© Reed Parish Council 2022 Website Accessibility Statement
Reed Village
The website of Reed Parish Council

Welcome to Reed

A beautiful village in North Hertfordshire

Reed is a small village and civil parish which sits on a chalk ridge at almost the highest point in Hertfordshire, approximately 3 miles south of the market town of Royston. Reed boasts a school, a village hall, the Saxon parish church of St. Mary, a cricket club and a 16th-century inn which is currently partially open as a restaurant and takeaway. More about Reed

What’s on in Reed?

Check the Village Calendar for news of events taking place in Reed. You can also submit an event for inclusion in the calendar.

Reed online

As well as this web site, Reed has a public village Facebook page and a separate Coronavirus Support Facebook group which residents and those with a connection with Reed can join. Reed also has a community WhatsApp group (send a text to 07909 524986 to join). These are administered by community volunteers, and the Parish Council is not responsible for their content.

How to get to Reed

By road: Reed is just off the A10, about 3 miles south of Royston, Herts By train: The nearest station is Royston. Live train departures from Royston Great Northern Rail By bus: No 18 service operated by Richmonds Coaches operates between Royston and Buntingford, calling at Reed four times per day in each direction, Monday to Saturdays only. From Buntingford you can connect with services to Hertford. The Herts Lynx on-demand bus service. Passengers can be picked up and dropped off at a vast number of locations within the free-floating zone, and book in real time or in advance via an app. By taxi: Butler Meltax, based in Royston, and Riverside Taxis, of Buntingford, are just two local services that are available.
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Next Parish Council meeting

Wednesday 6 July, 7.30pm at Reed Village Hall Everyone is welcome. Parish Council minutes and agendas

The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

in Reed

During the weekend of 2-5 June 2022 celebrations countrywide will mark 70 years of the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. Reed is no exception. These plans are being updated regularly do please revisit our special web page often. More about plans for the Jubilee weekend View the Reed Jubilee brochure as a flip-book

Latest Planning News

Reservoir on land between Bush Wood and Rokey Wood Current and recent planning applications

Ukraine situation

Both North Herts Council and Herts County Council have issued statements concerning the situation in Ukraine and addressing how best to provide assistance. The Herts County Council statement provides a list of agencies with a presence in the region which would welcome financial donations. They include the Red Cross/Disasters Emergency Committee appeal. Guidance for British nationals having family in Ukraine

Update on the church organ

project

More information

Home Library Service

Read about the Herts Home Library Service

Reed Annual Report online

Read the online version of the report

Report a Pothole

You can report a pothole or other highways issue to Herts County Council online.

Contact the Webmaster

If you have ideas for features you would like to see on this website or have comments, news or updates, please contact us by clicking below.
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© Reed Parish Council 2022 Website Accessibility Statement
Reed Village
The website of Reed Parish Council

Welcome to Reed

A beautiful village in North

Hertfordshire

Reed is a small village and civil parish which sits on a chalk ridge at almost the highest point in Hertfordshire, approximately 3 miles south of the market town of Royston. Reed boasts a school, a village hall, the Saxon parish church of St. Mary, a cricket club and a 16th-century inn which is currently partially open as a restaurant and takeaway. More about Reed

What’s on in Reed?

Check the Village Calendar for news of events taking place in Reed. You can also submit an event for inclusion in the calendar.

Reed online

As well as this web site, Reed has a public village Facebook page and a separate Coronavirus Support Facebook group which residents and those with a connection with Reed can join. Reed also has a community WhatsApp group (send a text to 07909 524986 to join). These are administered by community volunteers, and the Parish Council is not responsible for their content.

How to get to Reed

By road: Reed is just off the A10, about 3 miles south of Royston, Herts By train: The nearest station is Royston. Live train departures from Royston Great Northern Rail By bus: No 18 service operated by Richmonds Coaches operates between Royston and Buntingford, calling at Reed four times per day in each direction, Monday to Saturdays only. From Buntingford you can connect with services to Hertford. The Herts Lynx on-demand bus service. Passengers can be picked up and dropped off at a vast number of locations within the free-floating zone, and book in real time or in advance via an app. By taxi: Butler Meltax, based in Royston, and Riverside Taxis, of Buntingford, are just two local services that are available.
Reed village sign

Join our mailing list

Subscribe to Reed Parish Council’s mailing list for news, events and more
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Next Parish Council meeting

Wednesday 6 July, 7.30pm at Reed Village Hall Everyone is welcome. Parish Council minutes and agendas

The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

in Reed

During the weekend of 2-5 June 2022 celebrations countrywide will mark 70 years of the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. Reed is no exception. These plans are being updated regularly do please revisit our special web page often. More about plans for the Jubilee weekend View the Reed Jubilee brochure as a flip-book

Latest Planning News

Reservoir on land between Bush Wood and Rokey Wood Current and recent planning applications

Ukraine situation

Both North Herts Council and Herts County Council have issued statements concerning the situation in Ukraine and addressing how best to provide assistance. The Herts County Council statement provides a list of agencies with a presence in the region which would welcome financial donations. They include the Red Cross/Disasters Emergency Committee appeal. Guidance for British nationals having family in Ukraine

Update on the church organ

project

More information

Home Library Service

Read about the Herts Home Library Service

Reed Annual Report online

Read the online version of the report

Report a Pothole

You can report a pothole or other highways issue to Herts County Council online.

Contact the Webmaster

If you have ideas for features you would like to see on this website or have comments, news or updates, please contact us by clicking below.
Contact Webmaster
Contact Webmaster