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 on the third Monday of the month at The Old Town Hall (picture below taken from The Boot Inn) in High West Street. The next few open meetings are listed here. (Programme updated 30th May - subject to change.)
Committee meeting dates are listed on the members’ page
July & August
Monday 17th Sept
Monday 15th October
All the regular monthly meetings include a briefing and discussion on planning topics of topical interest There are no meetings in July and August
Visit to Radipole Mill and Hydro Gather at the Mill at 3-00 pm. The Causeway (off Radipole Lane just South of the River Wey bridge).
Sir Samual Mico - Weymouth Benefactor A talk by Prof. Carl Whitehouse.
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.
Weymouth Town Centre The Society is actively promoting interest in the evolution of the town centre. See our “Town Centre” page, and attend our meetings if you’d like to participate.
Town Walks The Society has produced “Town Walks” leaflets, and worked with the local authority on a scheme to place brown information plaques on buildings of historic and architectural interest. Click here to go to the Tourist Information site.
Out of Town Walks There are also many beautiful “Out of Town” walks within the borough boundaries. Click here to go to the Tourist Information site to find out more.