Bagshot Society


The future of the village is important and working for this should involve as many people as possible.

As a member of the Bagshot Society you will meet the people involved working for the future of the village, be kept informed of what is happening, be able have your say and, if you wish, find out how you can become involved. We want as many people in the village to become involved in its future and would like you to join us.

The Society organises a programme of varied and interesting talks, and social events (typically one a month) which are open to all (you do not have to be a member).

Our next event is


Meet the Councillors

Wednesday 23 January 2019

Come and ask your local counceillors the questions that you want answers to.

St Anne’s Church Centre
45 Church Road GU19 5EQ
(the Centre’s hall is behind and to the left of the Church)

7 for 7.30 pm.

All are welcome. Bagshot Society members free, non-members £2.
We look forward to seeing you.


Our programme details are emailed to members, can be seen in the calendar on this site and the ‘upcoming events‘ on the site’s home page.  As the event approaches, details are also posted on facebook, twitter and the site’s blog, as well as posters in the village (look out for our own notice board outseide Herbies).

Your involvement with the Bagshot Society can be as little or as much as you want, from supporting the Society by being a member and thus adding weight to the contributions we make, through volunteering with specific activities, to joining the committee.

The purposes of the Bagshot Society are:

  • Coordination between activities or groups in Bagshot
  • Stimulate interest and involvement in village affairs, being a focus for debate and campaigns on things affecting the village
  • Liaison with local government and agencies
  • Maintain the heritage of the village
  • Planning issues

You can download the  constitution of the Society here.

Download the membership form.



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