Surrey Heath Borough Council recognises the importance of providing a safe place where older residents can get involved in a range of activities, have a freshly prepared hot lunch and meet new people.
We are keen to develop the offer at our Windle Valley Centre in Bagshot, and following changes within the team, from next month a refreshed service will be on offer at the centre, led by our experienced Community Services Operations Manager Aline Poulter.
Many residents will know Aline from her tireless work with the Meals at Home, Saturday Club, Community Transport and Community Alarm services provided by the Council, for which she was awarded an MBE in 2020.
Portfolio Holder for Leisure, Culture and Community, Cllr Rebecca Jennings-Evans said: “Aline epitomises our commitment to put the needs of residents at the heart of our services, supporting people in as many ways as possible.
“Whether you have been to Windle Valley in the past, attend at the moment or would like to try it out for the first time, a warm welcome awaits.”
Aline will be supported by the commitment of Deputy Manager Heloise Thorneycroft and the wider team, working to develop the services and activities offered to those using the centre. We’re also keen for you to help the team by telling us the kinds of activities and services you would like to see at the Windle Valley Centre in the future. You can email your suggestions to email@example.com, call 01276 479185 or speak to a member of the team when you are next at the centre.
For more information, visit the surreyheath.gov.uk/windlevalley