Windlesham is a village in Surrey neighbouring Bagshot, Lightwater and Chobham. With a population of just over 4000, the town has a wonderful community feel and a mix of old and modern housing means a lot of people are drawn to the area.
At the centre of the community is St John the Baptist church which holds events regularly throughout the year which one and all attend. Windlesham Golf Club is also a favourite, with the 18-hole course being championed as one of the best in the country and the bar and restaurant drawing in the crowds. There is also a number of great pubs situated in and around the town, from the Brickmakers to the Bee, Windlesham has you covered.
Schools in Windlesham
Parents with young children particularly enjoy life in Windlesham because of the two village infant schools. Both Windlesham First School and Valley End First school received great praise from Ofsted during their latest inspection reports and are much loved by children and parents alike.
For older children, there are countless secondary schools and colleges that are easily accessible from Windlesham. There are also a number of independent schools in the vicinity.
Transport Links Windlesham
To the west of Windlesham is the A322, a road connecting Windlesham to the likes of Bracknell, Wokingham and the M4. Directly south of Windlesham is the M3, providing a great link to London and all the way down to Southampton.
Windlesham does not have its own train station. However, the nearest is just a 5-minute car or bus journey, or a quick walk if you live in the West of Windlesham. Bagshot railway station sits on the Ascot to Guildford line, with services to Guildford, Ascot, Aldershot and London Waterloo, including some smaller stations.
Windlesham also has a number of local bus services, many of them running to towns and villages in the area.