Bisley Parish Council

| NEW::AWARD IN MEMORY OF ANDY GILL - The deadline for nominations has been extended to 31st May 2021 |
| 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 Council meeting is scheduled for Monday 12th April 2021 |
| NEW::PLAY SPACE - The play space is open. You are reminded to abide by the current Government guidance when using the play space |
| 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 |

HRH Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh 10th June 1921 – 9th April 2021

Bisley Parish Council joins with the people of Bisley village and the country as we mourn the death of HRH Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh. He was a remarkable man, who lived a life of service dedicated to his wife, Queen Elizabeth, to his family and to the country. Please join the Parish Council as we pray for the Royal family. Prince Philip lived his life to the full, may he rest in peace.’ - Cllr. Malcolm Vaughan, Chairman of Bisley Parish Council.

A national book of condolence is available for anyone who may wish to send a message at this time

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.