Welcome To Windlesham

Windlesham Village Chuch

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

Meet the Councillor: Saturday 21st July 10am


Meet the Councillor: Saturday 21st July 10am This Saturday 21st July at The Surrey Cricketers (Skittle Hall) Chertsey Road Windlesham at 10am there is another opportunity to meet your councillors and get updates on issues from the last meeting and discuss any new issues affecting you or the village. If you haven’t been before it Read More

Oakwood Footpath update


Our reference: WCT- Longacre Dear Sir or Madam, Re: Footpath investigation work I am writing to let you know drainage investigation works will start on 11 June for a duration of 4 days along the footpath between Oakwood Rd and Chertsey Road. The works include trial hole investigations to determine the position of the underground Read More

Surrey Heath Draft Local Plan. Have your say.

Have your say Surrey Heath Draft Local Plan. The Surrey Heath Draft Local Plan is available for public consultation until Monday 30th July. Further details can be found on the Surrey Heath website https://bit.ly/2Lkm1ps A copy of the plan is available in the Parish office, Lightwater, together with response forms  

Windlesham Centenary Tea Party on the Field 4th August 2018


Windlesham Centenary Tea Party on the Field 4th August 2018 The first World War came to an end when the guns fell silent after the allies’ final offensive pushed the Germans back to their border at the end of August 1918. For the past four years we have been remembering the sacrifices of those who Read More

Funding for Surrey Roads


Funding for Surrey Roads The current method used to decide on the amount of funding Surrey receives to spend on roads is not based on the volume of traffic per mile, Surrey has a high volume of traffic on its roads which means that the funding received is not reflecting the true wear and tear Read More