Welcome To Windlesham
The Windlesham Society is a village organisation open to all Windlesham residents. It was originally founded in 1978 and re-established in 2012 as a non-political, charitable organisation. It has a wide-ranging brief including the preservation and enhancement of our local heritage and natural environment. Windlesham is a village in the Surrey Heath borough of Surrey and its name derives from the Windle Brook which runs south of the village into Chobham and the suffix ‘ham’, the Old English word for ‘homestead’.
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.
Latest News and Updates
Local Transport Review: Proposed changes to the local bus service The changes proposed by SCC to the local bus services have now been published and there is a chance to ‘Have your say’ during the consultation period which ends on the 8th May 2015 Please share this information with your neighbours and friends who Read More
Proposed weight limit on the Chobham Road railway bridge Sunningdale It has come to our attention that Windsor & Maidenhead Borough Council are proposing an 18t weight limit be applied to the railway bridge in Chobham Road Sunningdale, if they are successful this could have a major negative impact on Windlesham. We have been informed Read More
David Scruby Electrical Services Based in the heart of Windlesham we have been providing electrical services to domestic clients for over 25 years I am Part ‘P’ registered and also an ECA Member on the Government Trustmark List and carry out all types of electrical work from fault finding to domestic installations so Read More
The Windlesham Society: Comments on the proposed development East of Heathpark Drive and the SANG SHBC Housing Requirement: SHBC published in February 2015 that it will not only meet but will exceed the required number of houses in the SHBC area and will therefore have no need to call upon land East of Read More
Proposed Development East of Heathpark Drive – link to exhibition boards Just under 250 people attended the exhibition held at the link by Charles Church and Armstrong Rigg Planning on 22nd April 2015. For those of you who could not attend or wish to make any comment on the plans or view the exhibition boards Read More