Standon Parish Council

Serving the people of Standon Parish

Standon High Street

Clerk: Belinda Irons
14 Crawley End, Chrishall, nr
Royston SG8 8QL

Tel: 07458302863

  • First day of Spring 2021 March 28th - Century Hall, Puckeridge

    First day of Spring 2021 March 28th - Century Hall, Puckeridge

  • Westwoods

    Westwoods

  • River Rib under A120 January16th 2021

    River Rib under A120 January16th 2021

  • River Rib under A120 January16th 2021

    River Rib under A120 January16th 2021

  • Allotments - Brian's memorial bench.

    Allotments - Brian's memorial bench.

  • Raising a glass to Brian Durrant 19th Oct.2020

    Raising a glass to Brian Durrant 19th Oct.2020

    Allotment holders remember Brian.

  • Café Field Development from brow of A120

    Café Field Development from brow of A120

    4th November 2020

  • Cala Homes Café Field

    Cala Homes Café Field

    4th November 2020

  • Land next to old Buffalo's Head

    Land next to old Buffalo's Head

    4th November 2020

  • Art under the bridge over old A10

    Art under the bridge over old A10

  • Art under the bridge over old A10

    Art under the bridge over old A10

  • Standon Ford November 2020

    Standon Ford November 2020

  • Laundry Meadow January 21st 2020

    Laundry Meadow January 21st 2020

  • Colliers End

    Colliers End

  • Oak tree on the hill January 21st 2020

    Oak tree on the hill January 21st 2020

Standon Parish Council, along with Hertfordshire County Council and East Herts District Council provide your local services. We strive to make Standon a better place to live, work and play. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

Latest News

Bees in the Playground under the Slide

Mason Bees:

Please be aware that we are lucky to have Mason Bees nesting under the slide, which is fenced off.

They are non-aggressive and rarely sting. These bees lay their eggs inside existing tunnels, such as those left by wood-boring beetles or the hollow stems of pithy plants. Luckily, mason bees also nest in man-made tunnels

The benefit of Mason Bees is that they are excellent pollinators, 120 times more effective than honey bees or bumble bees. This is because those bees have a colony to support and carry most of the pollen they collect back to the hive. Mason Bees do not have a hive so all of the pollen they collect stays with them. More »

Please do admire them from a respectful distance and ensure children do not get onto the equipment » Less

Posted: Fri, 23 Apr 2021 16:39 by Belinda Irons

Standon Community Voice Event

Standon Community Voice Event

Posted: Mon, 19 Apr 2021 13:57 by Maureen Wren

A120 Amended Weekend Closures

A120 Amended Weekend Closures - Final

Posted: Thu, 15 Apr 2021 16:00 by Maureen Wren