This report describes the main activities of Windlesham Parish Council during 2017-18 and also gives details about the services provided by the Council.
Windlesham Parish consists of the 3 villages of Bagshot, Lightwater and Windlesham and lies to the east of the town of Camberley in the Borough of Surrey Heath.
There are approximately 13,300 electors in the Parish with Lightwater the largest village, followed by Bagshot and then Windlesham - which is the most rural part of the Parish and set within the Green Belt.
Windlesham Parish Council is one of the oldest parish councils in England, originally established in 1894 with the passing of the Local Government Act, which took the administration of the Parish out of the hands of the Church (at the time Lightwater was primarily heathland and Bagshot residents had to travel to the only church in the parish - St John the Baptist - so the parish is called Windlesham).
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