What we do

We are aware that an Unauthorised Encampment has been set up on Broad Street Common (2 July 2020). All the appropriate authorities have been informed. If you witness any anti-social behaviour please call Surrey Police on 101.
The Parish office is now closed to members of the public due to the Covid-19 virus.
As of 23 March 2020, as a safety precaution, the Parish Council is closing its play areas, tennis courts and sports pitches. This action is being taken to protect against Covid-19. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
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The Parish Council undertakes a significant number services on behalf of the Parish.  It raises the money to undertake projects via the ‘precept’ which is collected through local council tax by Guildford Borough Council.  In addition to the services offered we also work in partnership with Guildford Borough Council and Surrey County Council as well as other organisations in all four wards.

Below are some of the services which Worplesdon Parish Council carries out for the benefit of residents of the parish:

  • Owns and maintains:
  • Jacobs Well Recreation Ground
  • The Harry Pickup Memorial Meadow (Harry’s Meadow), Jacobs Well
  • Nevins Copse, Pinks Hill, Wood Street Village
  • The Wood Street Village Community Car Park
  • Leases and maintains
  • Wood Street Village Green, Perry Hill Green, Pitch Place Green, Toby’s Oak, Backside Common including annual tree inspections and tree surgery, as appropriate
  • Fairlands play area, Jacobs Well play area, Worplesdon play area
  • Floodlit tennis courts complete with disabled parking bays
  • Provides and maintains:
  • litter bins
  • bus shelters
  • benches
  • notice boards in all four wards
  • village signs
  • the Jacobs Well war memorial
  • Carries out the grass cutting function on behalf of the County Council – providing an additional 9 – 10 cuts per season
  • Undertakes pond maintenance work and ditch clearance throughout the parish
  • Provision of Community Speed Watch kits and Vehicle Activated Signs
  • Provides quarterly newsletters to every household in the parish
  • Works closely with the Highways Department to try and resolve highway issues
  • Consider all planning applications relating to Worplesdon and make comments, as appropriate, to Guildford Borough Council
  • Created a Flood Forum comprising representatives from Worplesdon Parish Council, Guildford Borough Council, Surrey County Council, Thames Water, the Environment Agency, Surrey
    Wildlife Trust and local Residents’ Associations working together to resolve flooding issues in the parish
  • Provide grants to local organisations