Official website of The Windsor and Eton Society
His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
1921 – 2021
The Windsor and Eton Society is deeply saddened by the passing of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
We wish to express our deepest condolences to Her Majesty The Queen and members of the Royal Family.
Read our latest STOP PRESS item regarding the WNP Referendum
on Thursday 6th May in Heritage and Environment
Welcome to The Windsor and Eton Society website.
We regard this as an important ‘front window’ showcasing our activities for members and potential new members.
The Society aims to promote and protect the heritage of Windsor and Eton. We do this by:
- Holding monthly talks on a variety of subjects. Please look at what is on offer and about how to access or attend.
- Monthly meetings are held monthly of our Heritage Committee which considers Planning Applications and issues such as the state of our historic Guildhall, the Cockpit in Eton and the future of the Museum. A great achievement has been the compiling of a list of Community Assets in Windsor and Eton, which is being added to. This list with photographs is available on our website.
- Amongst our activities we hold an annual dinner, a music evening and outings in the Summer.
- We intend to hold an annual lecture given by significant figure.
Please look at this website and, if you are someone who is interested and concerned about the heritage and future of Windsor and Eton, please consider joining. Again, further details and an application form appear on this website.
(Chairman of The Windsor and Eton Society)
Our Society was founded in 1946 and aims to stimulate public interest in the area.
It is dedicated to promoting high standards of planning and architecture in Windsor and Eton and to protecting and improving features of historic and public interest.
We also have a programme of talks and outings.