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
Please be aware that width restrictions have been put in place on the Woodlands Lane bridge over the M3 The width restriction is causing even medium to large family cars to go through the restrictions very slowly so please take care and be aware that these restrictions will cause congestion at busy times We have Read More
UPDATES 20 FEBRUARY 2015 M3 Junctions 2 – 4a Smart Motorway Notifications of Slip Road or Carriageway overnight closures Saturday 21st February to Tuesday 3rd March 2015… Where: M3 westbound Jct 2 to 3 full carriageway closure including M25 Clockwise link road to M3 Westbound closed and M25 anti-clockwise link road to M3 Westbound closed. Read More
Update on New Road Below are the points of discussion and the follow up actions agreed with the Project Director of Balfour Beatty who is responsible for the ‘M3 Smart Motorway’ contract from our meeting with them on the 12th February, we emailed our concerns in advance which allowed Balfour Beatty to look into them Read More
Lock Snapping It is estimated that more than 10 million homes across the UK have uPVC doors, with most being potentially vulnerable to attack by an intruder. Find more information with the link above. Listed below are the current ‘Neighbourhood Watch’ areas for Windlesham:- see also their website http://www.surreyheathnw.co.uk/ Baigent Lane/Atfield Grove Read More
Redevelopment of the Dairy Crest Site Runnymede Homes has a vision for the former Diary Crest site in the heart of the village and is proposing a mews style development of high quality apartments and houses plus two new retail / office units. The accommodation will include 4 one bedroom apartments, 2 four bed Read More