The Act of Remembrance at the War Memorial in the churchyard will follow this service and take place at 11am. There will be a two-minute silence and the names of the fallen will be read out and wreaths will be laid at the foot of the Memorial. Following these ceremonies you are welcome to join us for refreshments in the Church Centre.


“Christingle is one of the really lovely services of the Christmas season.  During the informal service we’ll make Christingles (oranges decorated with sweets and fruit, a ribbon and a candle) and find out what these symbolise, as well as enjoying some carols and prayers together. All ages welcome”

Bagshot remembers those who gave their lives in The Great War.

During WW1 there started to appear what became known as “shrines” at public places in towns and villages across thecountry.  They were a spontaneous act by the population.   The shrines were not necessarily flowers nor always for the fallen, but messages of remembrance and good wishes for those who were serving.  Perhaps reassuring their loved ones that they are remembered.

It was not until the 1920s that the war memorials we see today were built by public subscription.  Bagshot’s was erected at the junction of High Street, London Road and Church Road and was relocated in 1938 to the churchyard.

Every year it is the focus of the village’s Remembrance of those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.  Preceded by a service in church, the Act of Remembrance takes place outside at the War Memorial.  It is simple but poignant including the sounding of the Last Post,  lowering of the flags, two minutes silence, reading the names of the fallen and laying wreaths.

There are 50 names from the Great War recorded on the memorial and a further 11 from WW2.   A profile of each person whose name is recorded from WW1 can be seen on the companion history site at

warmem2-16This year Remembrance Sunday falls on 11th November exactly 100 years from the end of the war at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month.

The Remembrance Service is at 10 am in St Anne’s Church and the Act of Remembrance outside at the War Memorial at 11am.



Summer Holiday Club

2018 St Annes Holiday ClubSt. Anne’s Church invites you to their Summer Holiday Club.  3 mornings of FUN, games, art, craft, Bible stories and lots more, for Year R to Year 6.  30th July – 1st Aug 9.30-12.00

To book – please fill in the registration form and place it, with payment (£4 per day),* into an envelope marked “St. Anne’s Holiday Club” and return it to the school or church office (45 Church Road, Bagshot GU19 5EQ).

For further information please contact Andreas Sistig (vicar) on 07595 542143 or

* St Annes don’t want anyone to miss out because the cost is a problem. If you are in financial need, please speak to or email Andreas and send in the form without payment.

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.

St Anne’s Holiday Club

If you are in Year R to Year 6 you are invited to St Anne’s Summer Holiday Club on 25th-27th July.  Booking information and contact details are on the form.St.Anne's Holiday Club 2016 flyer

Family Teatime Service at St Anne’s Church

A message from St Anne’s
“Next Sunday (22 Nov) our long-awaited Teatime Service will start.   We will gather at 4pm and the service will begin at 4.15pm,
run for approx. 30 minutes and afterwards we will gather in the Church Centre for Cake and Pizza.

This service is for all ages, but especially for families and those young at heart.

Curious? Come along and have a look!

It will take place every month on the 2nd and 4th Sunday at 4pm.”

St. Anne’s Holiday Club

2015 St Annes Holiday ClubIf you’re in Year R to Year 6, then you’re invited to our Summer Holiday Club at St Anne’s Church.

27th—29th July 2015, 9.30-12.00 3 mornings of FUN, games, art, craft, stories and lots more about the amazing King David (you know, the one in the Bible!).

How to book:  Please fill in the registration form (St.Anne’s Holiday Club 2015 flyer) and place with payment (£4 per day)* into an envelope, clearly mark it “St. Anne’s Holiday Club” and put it through St. Anne’s Church Centre letterbox.

For further information please contact Andreas Sistig (vicar) on 07595542143 or