Bisley Parish Council

| NEW::AWARD IN MEMORY OF ANDY GILL - The deadline for nominations has been extended to 31st May 2021 |
| NEW::BOOK EXCHANGE - During the current Covid pandemic, the book exchange has been temporarily closed. The reopening of the book exchange will be kept under review |
| NEW::DOG WASTE - Tied dog waste bags can be deposited in the dog waste bins and in the blue dual use bins |
| NEW::VILLAGE GREEN & RECREATION GROUND - Please observe the social meeting and distancing restrictions |
| NEW::PARISH COUNCIL MEETING - The next scheduled Council meeting is on Monday 8th March 2021 |
| NEW::PLAY SPACE - The play space in Clews Lane/Pilgrims Way is temporarily closed due to distancing and social gathering issues. The reopening of the play space is under review |
| ONGOING:: PARISH COUNCIL OFFICE - During the current Covid pandemic, the Parish Office may not be open, but the Parish Council can be contacted by phone, email or via the website |
Bisley is a village and civil parish in the Borough of Surrey Heath, between Woking and
Camberley. It has an area of 3.66km² (1.41 sq. miles). Bisley Parish Council serves a
population of approximately 4,000.

The village has a popular recreation ground, village green and children’s play space. At the
heart of the village is the war memorial and millennium clock, the local pub and a small
parade of shops. There is a primary school, village hall and scout and guide headquarters.
The late 12 th Century church, St John the Baptist has a medieval bell and the nearby spring, Holy Well, is said to have medicinal powers.

The community spirit of Bisley thrives with a number of local organisations and voluntary
groups and is famous for its Teas on the Rec in the summer months.