Monthly Archives: September 2015

Villager Magazine – October 2015

You can view/download the October 2015 issue of the Villager magazine HERE

It is now officially Autumn and the leaves have begun to fall.

In this edition we have introduced a new feature called ‘Club of the Month’. This is a space for the clubs and societies in Whiteley Village to showcase their work and enlighten readers about what they get up to. If you are interested in having your club or society featured please get in touch.

On page 4 you will find important information on the Open meeting being held on the 13th October. Don’t forget to make a note in your diary, we hope to see many of you there.
We also have reports from the Dog Show, results from the Care Centre Survey and even the first few mentions of Christmas!

Happy reading!

The Whiteley Homes Trust to hold inaugural open meeting

The Whiteley Homes Trust – Open Meeting Notice
Date: Tuesday 13th October 2015, Time: 2pm
Venue: The Village Hall, Whiteley Village

We are holding our very first Open Meeting of the Whiteley Homes Trust. It will be a chance to reflect on the progress of the Trust in the last year and to hear about plans for 2016 and beyond. There will also be time for questions.

The Board of Trustees and the Leadership Team will be present and everyone is welcome.

If you would like to attend please call 01932 842360 or email

We look forward to seeing you there.

Huntley House waiting list re-open

We are now accepting applications for our extra-care facility, Huntley House.

Huntley House was the first purpose built Extra Care facility in Surrey. It offers 51 self-contained apartments, and is the appropriate choice for those who wish to live independently, and to remain in control of their own space with their belongings around them. Each resident of Huntley House pays only for the help they need, above the standard requirement that is a minimum of three hours per week. Continue reading

Villager Magazine – September 2015

You can view/download the September 2015 issue of the Villager magazine HERE

Can you believe it is September already? The summer has come and gone and we are now looking forward to Founder’s Day.

This month we have reports from August’s charity Golf Day at Burhill Golf Club, an introduction from new United Free Church Pastor Keith Jowett and an interesting story of life during the War from Pauline Crook.

Thank you to Kate Haywood and Sonia O’Donnell, for the photos in this month’s edition.

Happy reading!