Chapel Lane – Traffic survey

Please can as many people as possible complete the Traffic Survey, which has been compiled by the Chapel Lane Action Group. This will close on 19th May.

Thank you

Woodside Cottage – Planning application for 44 dwellings has now been submitted.

The planning application has now been submitted to Surrey Heath Borough Council by Cala Homes, to build 44 dwellings with 94 parking spaces at Woodside Cottage, Chapel Lane. This proposed development is causing great concern throughout the village for a variety of reasons and so a group are working very hard to get this halted or at least, significantly modified. …….. but they need the help of the whole village …..the more people who make their feelings known to SHBC – the better

The planning application number at SHBC is   19/0235 Woodside Cottage Chapel Lane GU19 5DE

Please follow this link from the Bagshot Society, to find out what is exactly planned, where you can find more information and what you can do to object (or otherwise)  

Facebook Chapel Lane Action Group

To see the Cala Homes  brochure, which was available at their presentation – follow this link,-surrey/exhibition-boards-final_s.pdf?la=en

Bagshot Events – Police Neighbourhood Meeting

Many of us in Bagshot, are getting more and more concerned about the increasing levels of crime in the village, in particular theft on all levels. Bagshot Events have therefore organised a meeting with Surrey Heath Borough Police Commander, Bob Darken and other police representatives on Tuesday 16th April – 7.30pm in the Parish Rooms behind St Anne’s Church. Please come along and voice your concerns and hopefully we can get some answers as to what we can do as a village to deter these criminals. All Bagshot residents are welcome. Kind regards Tina and Valeriecrime

Carols in the Chapel Friday 21st December 6.30pm

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We are pleased to announce that Bagshot Chapel will be opened for Carols and Readings on  Friday 21st December at 6.30pm. Rev Andreas Sistig has once again kindly agreed to coordinate the service with Valerie, Tina and John. The Chapel is very small and not so warm, so get well wrapped up and come early if you need a seat. We do have a gazebo outside for the overspill!  There will be mulled wine (or juice) and mince pies at the end and maybe the odd the chocolate! Everyone is welcome! Bagshot Chapel is located in the cemetery, which can be accessed by Bagshot Infant School in School Lane.

Christmas Messages and Wishes around the Bagshot Tree


A message from Fairy Nuff – the Bagshot Christmas Fairy!

You may have noticed the tags being put on the fence around the Bagshot Christmas tree. These are Christmas messages and wishes from the schools and various groups around the village – young and not so young! It is still a work in progress, so you too can add a message or a wish. You can pick up a blank wish card from Bagshot Library. Once you have written (or drawn) your message, leave it back there so it can be picked up by one of my helpers.  The opening hours for the library are below.

The wish cards will also be available on Saturday at the short service by the tree at 5pm, which takes place after the Christmas Street Fayre. Christmas songs and Carols will be sung and the tree blessed and lit for the first time.

Everyone is welcome to write a message or make a wish – it really is a wonderful thing to do …..and of course everyone is welcome to come and sing around the tree on Saturday.

Love – Joy – Peace – Hope – Believe.

Christmas Blessings

Fairy Nuff xxx

Opening Hours: Bagshot Village Community Library

Monday ➜ 2pm – 5pm

Tuesday ➜ 2pm – 5pm

Wednesday ➜ 2pm – 5pm

Thursday ➜ 10am – 1pm

Friday ➜ 2pm – 5pm

Saturday ➜ 10am – 1pm

Sunday ➜ Closed

Remembrance Service at St Anne’s Church.

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Bagshot Rocks – Remembrance Display in RSPCA shop

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Between now and Sunday, the RSPCA shop in Bagshot High Street, will be hosting a display of beautiful rocks in their front window. These rocks have been specifically painted  by members of the ‘Bagshot Rocks’ community,  in recognition of the 100 years since the end of WW1. Some of these rocks contain the names of the 50 men, who died during this conflict. 50 men from this small village of Bagshot, who gave their lives so we can have the freedom we enjoy today. The rocks will be carefully moved to the War Memorial at St Anne’s Church for Sunday’s Remembrance Service.

‘We will remember them’.

Thank you to Ella at the RSPCA shop and all the painters at Bagshot Rocks for their time and effort in putting this project together.

For more details about Bagshot Rocks, please see Facebook page 

Bagshot Chapel will be open on Heritage Day Saturday 8th September 2018

2 Chapel Lane, Bagshot, Surrey, GU19 5BX

An attractive early 20th Century chapel of rest, set in a closed cemetery containing the grave of Emily Jane Popejoy (a Victorian servant girl who tragically lost her life).

A chance to wander into the chapel and around the historic graveyard.

Opening Times

Saturday 8 September: 10:00 – 16:00

No booking required

Organised by

Windlesham Parish Council

Bagshot Society – Meet the Councillors .

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Carols in the Chapel


After being so successful last year, Carols in the Chapel will be taking place once again this year!

Bagshot Chapel is in the cemetery, between School Lane and Chapel Lane.

Thursday 21st December 6.30pm

A joint venture between the churches and Bagshot Community Events

All welcome – mulled wine and minced pies will be available after the event