Serving the Community since 1982

The Camberley Society is a fully independent charity. Its overall aim is simply - to improve and promote Camberley.

  • We are planning to run a series of 'Have your Say' public meetings in Camberley over the next few months on various topics including: Health and Wellbeing, which can incorporate the Arena issue, social prescribing and so forth Climate change
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  • Statement from David Powell, Chairman, The Camberley Society January 2019 The Camberley Society aims to improve and promote Camberley. It has been running since 1982 and still has a very valid function, which as discussed at our last committee meeting,
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  • Natural Surrey Heath hosted a public meeting in the Function Room at Camberley Theatre on 2nd November to explore this question. Our local MP and Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Michael Gove talked about and
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  • Camfest is in the customer vote for a Bags of Help grant from Tesco. It’s a scheme which gives community projects like this grants of up to £4,000 - all raised from the sale of carrier bags in Tesco stores. The
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  • The Camberley Society recently responded to the consultation by Surrey Heath Borough Council on their Draft Local Plan. It was a very large document with a lot of supporting paper, so the task was not at all easy. The Borough
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  • Camberley campaign seeks a 50 minute rail link to Waterloo. South Western Railway propose improved rail journey times from Camberley, Bagshot and Frimley Here is some good news at long last! The new franchise for  South Western Railway commenced on the
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  • New members are always most welcome to join the Camberley Society and support our activities and come to our events. To do this please enter your details on-line at Membership Mojo click here  Alternatively, you can download and submit our joining form  click
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  • The Camberley Society has set up a new initiative Natural Surrey Heath jointly with the Blackwater Valley Countryside Trust. The objective to is to make Surrey Heath one of the greenest and most biodiverse boroughs in the country. We have
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