VE Day Street Party

Get the date in your diary for the Bagshot Village Street Party celebrating 70 years since victory in Europe.  Sat 9th May 2015, 12-6pm.  Lots to see and do – vintage cars, 1940’s fashion, rides, entertainment, stalls.

VICTORY IN EUROPE - Street Party 9th May

Bagshot Village Day Sunday 21st June 2015

The Bagshot Summer Village Day alternates between the High Street and other locations in the village – this year we have been invited to arrange the day at the Bagshot Playing Fields Association on College Ride. Those with long memories will remember we held the Millennium Fayre there in 2000, so we are due a return visit!

As you can see the date is Sunday 21st June – the longest day, so we are hoping for lots of sunshine to help the day go well. It will run from 1pm to  5pm, which allows time for families to get chores completed in the morning. As we also have several Church groups hoping to attend, this allows for Sunday Services to be completed and time for volunteers to set up the stalls.

As it is on a Sunday, we are hoping that many of the businesses from the village, can transfer their wares up to the pavilion and have a ‘pitch’. We are also asking for other interested groups around the village to run a stall or organise an activity – once you have paid for your pitch, all taking are yours to keep or pass on to your charity. We have some stalls you can hire – £40 for the day, or for £20 a pitch, you can bring your own tables and gazebo. Bagshot Events still need to raise money to cover costs and this is where we raise our funds.  There is plenty of space to spread out on the field, although there is limited room in the pavilion itself, so we are looking for outdoor stalls and activities only. The pavilion itself will be used as a First Aid post, lost children, mission control ……. with kettle boiling facilities!

So, put the date in your diaries, and contact me if you wish to run a stall or organise an activity. Please send an email to and I will send an application form and more details. If you wish to help on the day with setting up and/or tidying up afterwards, general marshaling, you would also be very welcome. Please send me an email with your name and contact number.

If you know any group, charity or business in Bagshot or the surrounding area, who would be interested, make sure you send them this message.

Thank you

Tina Carney, Valerie White, Geoff Marston Nick Dorrington and The BPFA Committee


Christmas at Bagshot Village Community Library

There is now a Christmas Tree in Bagshot Library which needs a little bit of TLC!

Children, can you please come and fill in a small card and /or decorate a small bauble and hang them on the tree?!! Fairy Nuff would be absolutely delighted if you could as it is looking a little bit bare at the moment!


Can you donated a gift for a less fortunate child in the area?

Fairy Nuff would be even more delighted if you could put a new present in the 96.4 Eagle Radio Appeal Box. They are collecting for children and teenagers in less fortunate circumstances than most of us. Let’s get the box full of wonderful gifts all donated from us lovely folk  in Bagshot. The gifts should be unwrapped so they can be allocated appropriately when taken back to Eagle House in Guildfordsanta. Many many thanks in anticipation!

Happy Birthday Bagshot Village Community Library


On Sunday 7th December we will have been a community partnered library for a year, run completely by Volunteers.

On Saturday 6th December come and join us for a celebratory coffee morning.

We are also planning to open on Wednesdays from the 1st January 2015. If you are interested in joining our fabulous group of volunteers please contact me at Bagshot Full training will be given.

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Seasonal Quiz Evening with food from IZ Indian Take -away

izThursday 11th December 7.30 start at The Cedar Tree.

An evening of seasonal quiz questions coupled with food from IZ Indian takeaway …. and yes, you can have chips and an omelette! Miah at IZ is giving us a special deal so you can sample his wonderful food. The cost of the evening is £11 per person and there will be a raffle in aid of Harper Asprey Wildlife Rescue. Mega Smartie prizes for the winners and losers …..teams of 4, or come as couples or individuals and join up to make a team.

Send an email to, phone Tina on 07890 864 074 or pop into the Cedar Tree to book your table. We will be limited to a maximum of 40 guests so book early edar tree

Owl Hunt Results

owl 3Many thanks to everyone who participated in the Halloween Owl Hunt. We raised approximately £20 (after deductions for prizes) from the returned forms and a further £20 from ALBOE’s face painting activities.
Several families managed to find 48 or 49 owls, so the winners were pulled out of the hat  
The Higgs family, The McGrath Family, The Wilson Family and The Watts Family.  Your special prize boxes are ready to collect from ALBOE.
Many congratulations.
The complete list of Owl names will follow later.
Kind regards
Tina Carney

An important 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.

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, which I then laminate 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! Please can I have your cards ready by Friday 21st November, so that all your messages will be hanging on the fence ready for everyone to read on

Bagshot Christmas Light Up on Saturday 6th December.

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. These cards are looked at by lots of people in the village and hopefully Father Christmas takes a peek as well, when no one is looking!

Extra cards are available from ALBOE which is open every day except Sundays and Mondays and Bagshot Village Community Library. I will be getting my friend Tina Carney, to take the cards to all the local schools, pre-schools, nurseries and senior citizen centres in the village, so hopefully no one is left out! She will also have some in her pocket!!

I do not have a mobile phone myself, but Tina says you can phone her if you have a question. Her number is 07890 864 074 or you can send her a whizzy email to

Wishing you a wonderful Christmas and a peaceful New Year

Fairy Nuff – the Bagshot Fairy xxxxxfairy

Old Newspapers needed urgently!

Harper Asprey Wildlife desperately need old newspapers to use  at their rescue centre. Please bring them along to ALBOE on Saturday when there will be the grand re opening of ALBOE, and the unveiling of the new HAWR Wildlife corner! There will be face painting and new things to look at and buy! If you have lots of news papers which need to be collected, please contact  send an email to or send a message to the Bagshot Village Facebook page, and we will arrange collection. Or phone Tina 0n 07890 864 074  Many thanks ewspaper2

Sebastian Trust Curry Evening 19th November at The Mogul

Join us at our next Curry Night on Wednesday 19th November.

As the night’s are drawing in, why not bring your friends and family to our Curry Night at The Mogul in Bagshot, where you can enjoy a four course meal at a great price of £25.00 per person.

You can also take part in a raffle on the night, raising funds for your local charity whilst enjoying great food.

To book your place, please call 01344 622500.seb trust curry

Heathland Conservation Trust – come and help!!

work+area_mapThe Heathland Conservation season has restarted and the first session is this Saturday and every Wednesday. I am trying to get a cohort of retired individuals to get enthused and increase our work force. Could you send out a note saying:-
Would you be free Wednesday mornings over the winter period?
Would you like regular exercise in congenial company?
Would you like to do your bit to preserve our local environment?
If so do join us at the Heathland Conservation Society between 10 am and lunchtime on Wednesdays between October and March. We work on the heathland adjoining the communication tower. This is part of the Bagshot and Windlesham Poors allotment and managed by Surrey WildLife Trust
If interested please contact David Norminton on or text or phone on 07966 287113.

Heathland Conservation Society (HCS)

HCS SPA Protection Group Partnership.

PO Box 109 Camberley GU15 4ZF


An independent group associated with BTCV, a registered charity

HCS is ICO registered in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998                Telephone: 01276 507122           e-mail: