If you are able to respond please bring your items to the Link where we will be coordinating the collection. Please note that the office is generally open 9am-12pm (Mon –Fri) and 2.30pm-5.30pm (Tues-Fri). This collection will open for donations until 31st January.

Afterwards the plan is to have lunch together so don't forget to bring your picnic!

Snacks          High energy cereal bars, flapjacks, biscuits, packaged snacks

Opening hours: Mon – Wed: 1700 to 2230 Thur – Fri: 1630 to 2300 Sat: 1200 to 2300 Sun: 1200 to 2100 Bank Holiday Mon: 1500 to 2100

The Real Easter Egg is the only Easter Egg which has an Easter story booklet in the box, is made of fairtrade chocolate and makes a donation to Traidcraft Exchange from its sales. There are milk and dark chocolate versions. A good way to support Fairtrade Fortnight!

The Inclosure Act of 1812 inclosed much of Bagshot Heath, and also inclosed the common fields of Windlesham. (fn. 3) Inclosure had begun before, for in 1768 the lords of the manors and the freeholders gave land inclosed from the waste for charitable purposes.[3]

The proportion of households in the civil parish who owned their home outright compares to the regional average of 35.1%. The proportion who owned their home with a loan compares to the regional average of 32.5%. The remaining % is made up of rented dwellings (plus a negligible % of households living rent-free).

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Staples          Sugar, tomato paste, olive/vegetable oil

Tinned food (suitable for vegetarians) -    especially chick peas, kidney beans, tomatoes, soups, tuna, sardines

Many of you may have read about The Council of National Golf Unions (CONGU) recommendations for the introduction of “club [...]

This includes snooker, darts with pay and play tennis courts on site. Sky Sports and a Large Screen TV provide coverage of all the major live sporting events. Major sporting events are shown on our 3.5 X 4.5 m cinema screen in our theatre hall, all others shown on our 2 X 2 m screen in our members lounge.

The village field is home to one of the local recreational parks and includes a play area. Many village events take place on the field, one of the most well known being the Windlesham Fête. The field is also used in the summer months by Windlesham Cricket Club. It also hosts a remembrance day service, where a boy from Woodcote House plays the last post.

Windlesham is a village in the Surrey Heath borough of Surrey, England and civil parish that covers Bagshot and Lightwater in the same borough. Its name derives from the Windle Brook which runs south of the village into Chobham and the common suffix 'ham', the Old English word for 'homestead'.

Windlesham has a thriving running club, Windle Valley Runners, suitable for all standards of runner. The club meets every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday for group training sessions and group runs, which take place in Windlesham and the surrounding areas. Windle Valley Runners compete in the winter Thames Valley Cross Country League. They also organise a monthly 10K race for members.

On Saturday the 27th of August, our Junior 90's League match team comprising of Cavan Mallon, Hugo Figueiredo (team captain), [...]

Through the years we have learnt to adapt to the changes in society and culture, so how we do things may have changed but we remain committed to those same core values. These are expressed in and through our Sunday Worship, Small Groups, Service and Stewardship which we encourage all members to become involved in and contribute to.

See Lightwater for this developed part of the civil parish

The Windlesham Society is a registered charity. If you are a resident please become a member. If you live outside the village and would like to support Windlesham, please click the donate button below. Thank you.

Windlesham is known for its annual pram race in which teams race around the village stopping at every pub. This usually happens every Boxing Day. The race starts at 10:30am at the old headquarters of The BOC Group now Linde Group. The finish and prize giving is held at the Windlesham Club & Theatre. Funds raised though entry fees and coin collections on the day are distributed to local charities and good causes.

The average level of accommodation in the region composed of detached houses was 28%, the average that was apartments was 22.6%.

Sunday9.00am Parish Communion10.45am Morning Worship

This Sunday (26th June) is our Patronal Service and we will therefore be having just one morning service which will be at 10.45am.

Note: Sunday 26 June there is one all-age service at 10.45am


Valley End has two churches, St Saviour[4] which was built in 1867[5] by the English architect George Frederick Bodley and Emmanuel Baptist Church.[6] St Saviour's is built in red and brown brick with stone dressed windows. The interior is a simple mixture of brick and stone. There is a Holy Communion service every Sunday at 9am.[7]

Since it was built St John’s, which forms part of the Guildford Diocese of the Church of England, has been the focus for sharing the love of God and reaching out to the local community through Christian worship, fellowship and service.

Mon-Fri6.45am Early Morning Service9.15am Morning Prayer

Have your say on the Draft Neighbourhood Plan Have your say on the Draft Neighbourhood Plan at: The Link, St John’s Church on 29 September 2016. from 3.00 to 9.00pm. This will be your opportunity to make your contribution by giving feedback on the draft Plan. This Plan has been assembled by residents in response to the two village surveys conducted in 2014 Read More

Update on Woodlands Lane Bridge closure Update on Woodlands Lane Bridge closure. he-and-dn-approved-letter-ref-woodlands-bridge-up-date-14-09-2016 click document again.

Dry goods     Pasta, spaghetti, noodles, lentils, flour, rice, porridge oats Jar food – jams, peanut butter

The neighbourhood has yielded bronze implements, now in the Archaeological Society's Museum, Guildford, and a certain number of neolithic flints.

    On Sunday the 4th of September, our Captains Chris Pritchard and Gill Wood ventured to Tyrrells Wood Golf [...]

Newark Priory had a grant of land in Windlesham in 1256, and had the advowson (right to appoint the vicar) of the church. Joan Rawlyns, Prioress of Broomhall, made a voluntary surrender of the property of her house in 1522 before the 1538 Dissolution of the Monasteries. In the next year Windlesham was granted to St. John's College, Cambridge, who still held it in 1911[3]

Windlesham Club & Theatre  Kennel Lane Windlesham Surrey GU20 6AA Tel: 01276 472 210 (After 5pm) Mob: 07717 665 557 E: info@windleshamclub.org.uk W: www.windleshamclub.org.uk

In 1911 the village was, due to Surrey Heath, described as almost entirely modern, in much the same way as Wentworth, Surrey's landscape was tamed approximately at the turn of the 20th century, being naturally heather, gorse and fern and ideal for grass and laid out evergreen trees.[3]

Windlesham Arboretum is connected by footpath to the edge of the village centre but on the opposite side of the M3 motorway. In July 2007, the most expensive house in the world, Updown Court, in Windlesham was valued at £75m ($138m (USD)). This 103-room mansion has 58 acres (23 ha) of gardens and landscaped woodlands.[10]

Our next parent/grandparent meeting is on Tuesday 15 March from 7.30pm until 9pm in the Almond Room of the Link. The topic is on self-esteem and self-image to young people. All welcome.

A few large companies of late-20th-century origin have based themselves in Windlesham, including Rainbow Play Systems and the Linde Group.

This is a reminder that the Ladies AGM will be held in the Lutine Suite at 19:00 on [...]

The Church of St John the Baptist.  Registered Charity 1128098 (The Parochial Church Council Of The Ecclesiastical Parish Of Windlesham)