Bagshot Big Bash – Tombola Prizes

Keeping Bagshot on the move!

Every once in a while we try to bring you a bit more information about a Bagshot business or organisation.  Today its Bridgeview Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic.

Bridgeview Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic provide a vital service within our community.  Nestled between the GP surgery and day centre, in the heart of the village, the team are known not only for their professional experience, but friendly and relaxed atmosphere.

Treating a range of conditions, including; muscle and ligament sprains & strains, back and neck pain, sciatica, adolescent growing pains, tendinitis, sports injuries and post-operative rehabilitation, Bridgeview focus on a personalised service for old and young, active and the not so active!

If you’re thinking of taking up new hobbies and sports, Bridgeview can support you by providing advice and assessment of pre-existing conditions and avoiding common injuries linked to specific activities and exercises.

Why not take advantage of the £10 joining fee and £10 off each session for the following 6 months offer? Pop in to Bridgeview today, call 01276 472040 or visit for more info.

Bagshot Christmas Market


2017 Village Day Photos

Photos by Mike Hillman, Jenny Hillman


Organ & Voice Recital, Saturday 17th June

Arun Silva is a first year undergraduate studying Music at the University of Kent. He is a classically trained organist and singer performing with the University of Kent choir (Medway) and externally. He trained in piano, organ and voice at Charterhouse School, Godalming performing with three choirs during his time there. He has toured with the choirs and performed at several events in the UK and abroad. For more about Arun visit his website.

The recital programme will cover classical repertoire and some other favourites including an arrangement of the Game of Thrones theme and songs from musicals. . This is an open recital – all are welcome.

The recital supports the Eikon Charity. Eikon supports the wellbeing, resilience and aspirations of young people in Surrey Heath and across Surrey. Eikon’s work ranges from open youth clubs, to intensive support for some of the most vulnerable young people in our schools, families, and local neighbourhoods. Eikon is one of Surrey’s leading charities in young people’s mental health.

All funds raised from donations will go to Eikon – so please share and donate!

To donate online to Eikon visit the Eikon Website


What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Parking is available outside the church along the road. Please do not obscure any entrances. The church is about a 20 min walk from the Bagshot train station (Southwest Trains) via the A30.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

No all are welcome!

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Email queries to

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No – we ask people to register in order to keep track of attendee numbers.

Charity Thank You

The Trustees of Windlesham United Charities would like to thank all those customers of Waitrose in Bagshot who put their green tokens in our “slot” in the charity box earlier this year.

The money raised, together with a grant from Windlesham Parish Council and a donation from the proceeds of the Windlesham Pram Race, enabled us to undertake a much needed revamp of the communal garden at the James Butler Almshouses in Bagshot, with new planting and ornamental trees to replace those that were dying. The result is a much nicer area for relaxation for our residents.

Thanks also to Waitrose for including us in their charity scheme. – June Green, chairman, Windlesham United Charities.

NB The charity administers nine almshouses adjacent to but separate from Meade Court. They are available to rent to anyone who has lived in Bagshot, Lightwater or Windlesham for two years, or has relatives who fulfil this residential qualification. To find out more, contact the clerk to the trustees, Mrs Carol Robson, on 01276 476158

A30-Camberley Public Consultation on Highways Improvements

Surrey County Council is consulting on proposals for highway improvements to the A30 and Camberley Town Centre including potential changes to the A30 bus lane.

The consultation is open until Sunday 9 April 2017 and during this period we are inviting the public, businesses and other organisations to find out more about the proposals online or at one of our public exhibitions.  It will be of particular interest to those who use the A30 at peak times or who regularly visit the Camberley Town Centre area. The proposed changes aim to reduce peak hour delays along the A30, maintain bus reliability and improve accessibility for pedestrians and cyclists on routes to and within Camberley town centre.

You can provide your feedback by completing a short questionnaire either online or at the exhibition.

Further information about the proposals, public exhibitions and the online questionnaire can be found at: 

Surrey County Council staff will be present at all public exhibitions to help with questions about the proposals and consultation process:

  • Tesco & M&S Forecourt, Meadows Shopping Centre, GU47 0FD Friday 3 March, 10am-4pm
  • Camberley Mall, GU15 3SL Saturday 4 March, 10am-4pm
  • Frimley Green Library, Beech Rd, GU16 6LQ Tuesday 7 March, 10am – 1pm
  • Lightwater Library, 83a Guildford Rd, GU18 5SB Tuesday 7 March, 2pm – 5pm
  • Arena Leisure Centre, Grand Ave, GU15 3QH Wednesday 15 March, 10am – 1pm
  • Waitrose, London Rd, GU19 5DG Wednesday 15 March, 2pm – 6pm

Major Schemes TeamSurrey County Council, County Hall, Penrhyn Road, Kingston upon Thames, KT1 2DN

Telephone – 03456 009 009
Website –
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Vacancy at Windlesham United Charities Almshouses

windlesham-almshousesWindlesham United Charities have an almshouse available to let in Bagshot to anyone who has lived in Bagshot, Windlesham or Lightwater for at least two years, or who has family (i.e. sons/daughters) who can fulfil the same residential qualification. The almshouse can accommodate a married couple and consists of a lounge, kitchen, one bedroom and bathroom with walk-in shower. It is suitable for a disabled person. For details contact the Clerk to the Trustees, Carol Robson, on 01276 476158 or email

Bagshot Community Preschool

bcps-advertAt Bagshot Community Preschool, we offer a friendly and caring environment for children to learn through play.

Morning and Afternoon Sessions available for children aged 2½ – 5 years.

Located within the secure environment of Bagshot Infant School.

OFSTED inspected (July 2013) with an excellent report.

If you would like to know more, please contact the Preschool on or visit the website

Local Hero

red-scribble-heartIts fantastic to be able to share this heartwarming story of kindness. We received this message from Wendy who wants to say thank you to a stranger called Andrew.

“Hi, I would like to thank the young lad called Andrew who kindly stopped and helped my husband when he fell in the mud and cut his hand, just by the Cricketers bridge. Andrew phoned me and then walked with him to Sunrise where I picked him up.  This was such a kind thing to do as my husband has Parkinson’s and memory problems.  We would just like him to be acknowledged for his kind deed.”