An Early Christmas Message from the Bagshot Fairy – Fairy Nuff!


An Early Christmas Message from Fairy Nuff!

Another year has flown by and we are already starting to think about the Christmas celebrations in Bagshot, in fact the tree is already up outside the Coop!

My task every year is to decorate the fence around the big Christmas tree in Bagshot Square. I ask everyone to help me by writing Christmas messages on a special piece of card. I then laminate these carefully, so that your message will not get wet and soggy! This takes a little bit of time and so I have to get started early! My friend Tina has taken the blank cards to the schools, pre-schools, nurseries and the Windle Valley Day Centre, but some children attend facilities outside of Bagshot and we don’t want them to miss out. So, if you would like a card to complete, please send a text message with your address to 07817450373, or an email to,  or send a private message to Bagshot Village Facebook page . Don’t forget to add your address or a contact number.

Please can I have your cards ready asap so that all your messages will be hanging on the fence ready for everyone to read. ideally by Wednesday  29th November. This is so they can be up and ready for  the Bagshot Christmas Tree Blessing and Light Up  on Saturday 2nd  December at 5pm,  after the Bagshot Christmas Street Market comes to an end.

On your card, you may want to ask for a special wish for yourself or other people or a special pressie from Father Christmas himself, maybe write down a special Christmas memory or even draw a Christmas picture or of the present you would like to see on Christmas Day. These cards are looked at by lots of people in the village, and Father Christmas takes a peek as well, when no one is looking!

Wishing you a wonderful Christmas and a peaceful New Year

Fairy Nuff – the Bagshot Fairy  xxxxxfairy

Samaritan’s Purse – Shoe Box Appeal

Message from Eve Nightingale-Sharpe
samar purseIt it that time again, when I ask the community to either donate money or make up shoe boxes (which I have at 50p each from Samaritan’s Purse) and to fill for children of the third world in poverty or war torn areas.

Please contact me via the Parish Church Office or to call me direct on 0750 302 6081.

Filled boxes to be in Church or for me to collect early November.

More details here

Bagshot Tennis Club Open Day – Sunday 8th October

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Thursday 21st September – Nature Ramblings in Surrey – all welcome

St Anne’s Ladies Group have a meeting tomorrow evening, the 21st September, entitled “Nature Rambling in Surrey”.   This is at St Anne’s at 7.30/7.45 pm, followed by coffee/tea and biscuits.   The entrance is only £2.50 and men are invited to this meeting.

Macmillan Coffee Morning

Starting School September 2018 – Bagshot Infants open afternoons and evenings!


infasnts logo Bagshot Infant School – Educate – Enable – Enrich – Enjoy

Starting school in September 2018


If your child will be 5 on or between 1st September 2018 and 31st August 2019 then we are pleased to invite you to one of our tours of the school this term.


You will have the opportunity to take a tour with the Head teacher and Senior Leadership team, during a normal school day and an opportunity to ask any questions you may have.


Tours will run at 9.30am on the following dates:


Monday 2nd October

Monday 9th  October

Friday 20th October

Friday 3rd November

Wednesday 8th November

Monday 13th November (7.00pm)

Friday17th November

Wednesday 22nd November

Monday 27th November



If you would like to book onto one of these tours please telephone: 01276 473385             to ensure we have space on your preferred date.


We will also hold an Open Evening for parents unable to attend during the day on Monday 13th November at 7.00pm. Please contact the school on the above telephone number to book your place.


We look forward to welcoming you to Bagshot Infant School


Heritage Day Saturday 9th September – Bagshot Chapel open 10am to 4pm

Bagshot_ChapelBagshot Chapel
Chapel Lane, Bagshot, Surrey GU19 5BP
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).
Date: Saturday 9 September: 10am–4pm
No booking required

To see which other venues will be open on Saturday, please follow this link


Surrey in the Great war – do you have a story to tell?

Surrey in the Great War: Oral History Interviews
Surrey in the Great War: A County Remembers is looking to interview
anyone who has a First World War family story to tell.
We aim to record people’s memories and stories about theirs & their
family’s experiences during the Great War and its aftermath. Without
this effort, such memories, which may offer unique and important
historical insights, or record human achievements, might be forgotten
or overlooked.
Did you grow up in Surrey during the
Did your family live in Surrey during the years
of the First World War (1914-1918)?
Do you have any family stories of relatives
connected to Surrey during the war years, and afterwards?
If the answer to any of these questions is yes, we would love to hear
from you! Contact the Surrey in the Great War team via email or
T: 01483 518238 / 518239 (SMS: 07779 427527)
One of our oral history volunteers will soon be in touch.
For more information about the project:

WI Bingo Afternoon !!



INVITE YOU TO an afternoon of 



TIME:      1.45 pm  for 2.00 pm

COST:     £1.50



Please contact Angela  01276 489391




Paw Tea Party at The Three Mariners Saturday 5th August

This Saturday is The Paw Tea Party – Three Mariners – Bagshot in support of The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association (UK)

A coffee morning for humans & their Canine Companions 🐾
We will also have a Canine Companion Treat Bar set up- donation made to Guide Dogs for each purchase 🐾       Lovefrombetty paw party