West End Village Society (WEVS)

post box broad streetThis site is run by the West End Village Society (WEVS). WEVS is a non-political and non-profit making residents group. Its aim in representing the interests of its members is to raise and progress concerns with relevant groups and to keep its members informed of relevant issues and events that affect West End.


If you would like to join the Society, please email comms@wevs.org.uk with your name and address and we will add you to our membership list. Payment can be made in person at the WEVS Stands at the VIllage Fete in June or the Ag & Hort Show in September. Please let us know if you would like the newsletter sent via email or a hard copy posted to you.


Membership costs £3 per year (£1.50 for Senior Citizens) which includes delivery of 3 newsletters. The Annual General Meeting is held in February. See the ‘diary’ for dates.  WEVS are represented at the annual village fete (which is held in June) and at the Agricultural and Horticultural show (held in September), where you can meet and talk to committee members and also pay your membership fees.


We have about 660 members from the 1737 households in the village (38%).

Neighbourhood Panel Meetings (for villagers to discuss issues with the police) happen bi-monthly prior to WEVS committee meetings. See diary for the next one.  There is a Police Website
here for reporting incidents online.

The Chairman's report from 2017 can be found here.


Wevs stand Ag and Hort show [P Jones 2010]

The Constitution (2013 version) is here


A skeleton AGM agenda is here




Minutes/Accounts since 2009:

January March May July September November AGM Accounts
2017 9 January 13 March 15 May no meeting 7 Sept      
2016 11 January 7 March 18 May no meeting 8 Sept 7 Nov 2016 2016
2015 12 January 9 March 11 May no meeting 3 September 26 November 2015 2015
2014 13 January 10 March 12 May 14 July 8 September 17 November 2014 2014
2013 14 January 11 March 20 May 15 July 2 September 18 November 2013
2012

16 January

12 March

14 May

9 July

3 September

19 November

2012 2012

2011

10 January

14 March

9 May

11 July

5 September

14 November

2011 2011

2010

11 January

8 March

10 May

12 July

no meeting

8 November

2010 2010

2009

12 January

9 March

11 May

13 July

14 September

9 November

2009 2009

Minutes from earlier AGMs: 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 1999(Oct) 1999(Mar)
Accounts from earlier AGMs to year end: 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005

Web site hits over time summarised
here
40th anniversary

Founded:May 1973 Slides for History of WEVS (thanks to Guy Consterdine)

Founder members: Ken Wreatham, Michael Naughton, Brenda Boulter, Guy Consterdine

Previous Chariman:

1973(May-October) Michael Naughton
1973 - 1975 Guy Consterdine
1975 - 1983 Malcolm Robertson
1983 - 1988 Bob Oswald
1989 - 1990 David Fulcher
1990 - 1995 Robert Tusler
1995 - 1998 Martyn Noble
1998 - 2004 Jeff Llewellyn
2004 - 2005 Howard Turner
2005 - 2011 Marc Bedwell
2011 - 2015 Dave Norris
2015 - Current Peter Jones

 

 

2012

 

Worthy Causes

The following donations have been agreed at the AGMs in the following years:

2015

Tringham’s West End Project
(£600 towards the Day Club providing social, welfare (Red Cross Chiropody and nail care etc.) and meals for many elderly residents (70 to 90+ years) of Chobham, West End and Bisley over two days in West end and 1 day in Bisley)

West End History project (£200 for admin. costs: printers, toners etc.)

2014

Tringham Pre-School (£200, towards new and replacement toys))

West End Toddler Group (£200, towards new and replacement toys)

Bisley & West End Church (£200, towards upgrades in facilities at Holy Trinity)

West End History project (£200 plus £200 for 2015, for administration costs: printers, toners etc.)

2013

West End History project (£150, for display boards)

Tringham Hall (£250)

2012

Community Teas (£250 allocated, but not taken)

Village Design Statement (£250 for admin costs, taken up 2014)

 

West End Parish Council (£100, Jubilee Gardens)

2011
Webcare (£200)
Heritage Walk (£200 printing costs, delayed to 2012, £177 claimed)
Harper Asprey wildlife centre (£200)
Table Tennis table (£200)
West End Social Club (£150, donation)

 

2010

 

Tringham Hall (£250)

2009
Surrey Wildlife Trust (£100- pond clearing)

 

Village Design statement (£250)