Privileged to be Runnymede's new Mayor
Pounding the pavements to meet as many local people as possible is the mission of Runnymede’s new Mayor.
Social value and sustainability at centre of the Council’s procurement strategy
A renewed focus on sustainable procurement and delivery of social value when purchasing goods, works and services are the highlights of Runnymede Borough Council’s new corporate procurement strategy.
Runnymede in No Overall Control
Following the local elections on the 4 May 2023, Runnymede is in No Overall Control as no one party achieved the required majority of 21 councillors as we have 41 councillors in total.
The Great Big Green Week is coming to Runnymede
Residents in Runnymede are taking part in a nationwide campaign this June to highlight the need for urgent action on climate and nature.
Our local election in numbers
The Council has released data showing the number of people who brought ID to the polling station for local elections on 4 May.
Privilege to serve as Mayor
As my Mayoral term has reached its conclusion, I wanted to take the chance to look back on my year representing Runnymede.
Show us how your garden grows!
Think your garden or allotment has what it takes to be award winning? Well now is your chance to find out because the annual Runnymede in Bloom competition is now open for entries!
Voter ID Awareness in Runnymede – what has the Council been doing?
Runnymede Borough Council has been working hard to ensure that residents are aware of the new Government requirement that voters must bring photo ID to the polls.
New social housing repair company starts work
From now on, repairs to Runnymede Borough Council’s social housing will be carried out by our new partner, MCP Property Services.
You will need ID to vote in 2023 elections
On Thursday 4 May 2023, local elections are taking place across England. To vote at a polling station this year, you will need to bring photo ID.