Programme of Meetings Regular open meetings are arranged to hear talks and discuss topics of interest. All are welcome. Unless stated otherwise they take place at 7-30pm at St. Paul’s Church Hall (see panel below) on the second Monday of the month.
The Board makes future programme details available via Facebook (see feed opposite) - and the Membership Secretary’s periodic Newsletter.
All the regular monthly meetings include a briefing and discussion on planning topics of topical interest. Please note -
The Board have decided to postpone all public and Board meetings for the foreseeable future due to Corona virus issues.
These will resume as soon as we are given the go-ahead from the government.
Bequeathed to the Civic Society in 1977 by local architect Wamsley Lewis, Tudor House is operated entirely by volunteers. Click the button below to see more.
St. Paul’s Church Hall 53, Abbotsbury Road, DT4 0BJ Click here for details.
Picture shows entrance from Abbotsbury Road. The Hall and car park are at the rear of the church
For Planning news, please visit our Planning pages. For other WCS news please visit our Members page. News and information is also published on Facebook - view the feed on the right hand side of this page, or click the link below to transfer directly to our FaceBook site.
When available, details of our next meeting are displayed on our Home page.
The WCS Facebook page (feed above) is supervised and moderated by Claudia Moore.
The WCS Facebook page (feed below) is supervised and moderated by Claudia Moore.
Local Planning The Society monitors planning applications in the area, and makes observations and offers opinions to the local authorities. It endeavours to raise public awareness of developments which may involve threats to the enjoyment of local places and structures of historic or architectural interest.
Local Business and Developments The Society recognises that the development of the local economy and improving the overall prosperity of the area are key to the achievement of their primary objectives. Compromises sometimes have to be made, and to ensure that these are always carefully considered, the Society is endeavouring to develop close links with the local authorities and the local business community.
Interested in the Weymouth of the past? Have a look at these U tube Videos.
Leased by the Civic Society from the local council, the fort is operated independently by a small professional management team supported by an army of volunteers. Click the button below to go direct to the Fort website.