About Us and How We Work
As a longstanding and respected organisation, the Weybridge Society works in a professional manner to further the interests of residents. We are non-political and open to all.
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We hold monthly meetings chaired by our executive committee chairman and attended by all members of the Committee. Anyone is welcome to come, but do contact the Chairman if you’d like to attend a meeting to present information and/or learn more about becoming an active member by seeing what we do.
The Weybridge Society always welcomes new members. Simply by joining you’re supporting our efforts and strengthening the voice of a community and an active group that really cares about Weybridge.
We’re also always happy for enthusiastic and pro-active persons to join our committee in any capacity. We’re always looking for people who want to track building developments in specific neighbourhoods, get involved in any of our local initiatives in areas like traffic or parking, or simply engage with a specific project that’s close to heart.
Donations by Weybridge Society
The Society uses its funds for its own activities and projects but also is open to making a limited number of donations each year to other charities, groups or individuals whose work will contribute to the achievement of the Society’s objects. Typically donations will be no more than a few hundred pounds.
The process which applicants must follow, and the criteria against which applications are considered, are outlined in a separate document. Applicants must use the application form (Appendix 1 of the document), which should be submitted by email to email@example.com
Internally managed projects – process and criteria
The Society mainly uses its funds for its own activities and projects.
Projects may be proposed for Executive Committee consideration by any member of the Society.
Where the proposer is not a member of the Executive Committee, he/she must secure the support of a project champion who is a Committee member.
The details of the process and criteria are outlined in a separate document