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
7.5t weight restriction agreed. We are pleased to inform you that the local area committee agreed to a 7.5t weight restriction for the centre of Windlesham at the meeting on Thursday 8th December 2016. The next process will be a period of public consultation which should take place in the New Year and subject to Read More
Windlesham Christmas Tree It was great to see so many people attending the annual lighting of the Windlesham Christmas Tree on Saturday 3rd December 2016. Our thanks to The Mayor of Surrey Heath –John Winterton for switching on the lights and Lin Blakley for drawing what was our biggest ever raffle, with over 2000 tickets Read More
Local Area Committee to discuss 7.5t weight restriction for Windlesham The proposed 7.5t weight restriction for the centre of Windlesham is on the agenda to be discussed on Thursday 8th December, the public are allowed to attend.. The agenda and papers can be found on the Surrey Council website. The details of the meeting are Read More
Drivers using motorway services stations, particularly those along the M4 in Berkshire, are being warned that thieves could be using technology to prevent people locking their vehicles and then steal from them. Thames Valley Police officers are warning people to make a manual check that doors are locked before leaving their vehicles. This advice follows a Read More
After months of campaigning and a petition requesting a strategic review of HGV’s in the villages I am pleased to inform residents that SHBC Local Area committee will consider next Thursday a recommendation restricting HGV’s from the centre of the village. This will mean that HGV’s above 7.5 tons will not be allowed through the centre of the Read More