Welcome to the Shere Parish Council website…
The civil Parish of Shere is the largest in area in the Borough of Guildford, Surrey. The Parish lies in the Green Belt, the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and an Area of Great Landscape Value. It also includes three Conservation Areas (parts of the villages of Holmbury St. Mary, Peaslake and Shere). The total population is approximately 3,500. Shere Parish Council serves the four villages of Gomshall, Holmbury St. Mary, Peaslake and Shere and also a large part of Abinger Hammer (excluding the village centre). For a brief introduction to each of the communities, please click on the appropriate image below.
Our Drop-In mornings are OPEN! We are pleased to welcome back previous attendees to our Monday & Thursday sessions each week from Monday 17th May 2021.
Please note that at the moment these sessions are by INVITATION ONLY to those that have previously attended – we cannot accept walk-ins, this is to ensure we are able to adhere to the Covid-19 government regulations. Once restrictions are eased further, we can welcome new members.
Job Vacancy – Drop In Coordinator & Administrative Assistant
Shere Parish Council is looking for a personable, empathic person to run the drop-in centre at Tanyard Hall in Gomshall and provide administrative support to the council. Please click on the following headings for the Job Description & Person Specification and how to apply.
Closing date for applications – 6th June 2021
Become a Parish Councillor – Councillor Vacancy at Shere Parish Council
A vacancy has arisen on the council for a new Councillor – Please click here for the notice
To find out more about getting involved and helping your community go to our Become a Councillor page
Coronavirus – Covid-19
Please CLICK HERE for the latest Government guidance
Please CLICK HERE to view the Shere Surgery Website, for local information regarding the vaccine roll out.
Surrey County Council have installed some temporary barriers in Middle Street and in part of The Square, in Shere to help with social distancing.
This will mean that cars will not be able to park in those areas while social distancing is still necessary.
The parish council apologises for any inconvenience this may cause and hope that residents and businesses will support the actions being taken, for your safety. Thank you
Please be aware of scammers, no one should be asking to enter your house, volunteers from the parish council should be showing their identification.
Call the police on 101 if you have any concerns.
This community website has 5 main areas of focus. Click any of the images or headline links below to visit each section.