Village Wardens

The Parish Council employs a Litter Warden.  The Council has also appointed two volunteer Tree Wardens.

Contact details:
Tree Wardens:
 Cllr Diana Effiong (cllr.effiong@sherfieldonloddon-pc.gov.uk or 07796 045944) and Cllr John Darker (01256 882334)..
Litter Warden:  Robert Mulroy - contact via Parish Council no. 01256 842662


Notification of proposed works to trees in conservation areas
In order to preserve and prevent undesirable changes to the character of our conservation area, you are required to submit a Notice of Intent to the Borough Council before carrying out any tree work, including pruning. The application form can be found on Basingstoke & Deane’s website and you need to complete this at least six weeks before any work starts. This gives the authority an opportunity to consider protecting the tree with a tree preservation order.


If you deliberately destroy a tree in a conservation area, or damage it in a manner likely to destroy it, you could be liable to a fine. You could also be fined if you cause or permit such work. The conservation area in Sherfield on Loddon covers a large proportion of the village.  A map of the area can be found by visiting the Environment & Planning section (Conservation) of Basingstoke & Deane’s website.

In a conservation area you do not need to give notice of work on a tree less than 7.5 centimetres in diameter, measured 1.5 metres above the ground (or 10 centimetres if thinning to help the growth of other trees).