The Horley Coronavirus Support Group is aware that there have been a number of cases of the virus in the village, so please take care and stay at home where possible.
On a brighter note, several Horley residents have received their first vaccine jab. Hopefully the rest of the village will follow before too long.
In the meantime, stay safe, and remember the support group is here if you need any help. We can be contacted by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01295 738334 .
A virtual meeting of the Horley Parish Council will be held on-line at: –
7.30 pm on Thursday 21st October 2021.
The meeting is open to the public. Anyone wishing to observe the meeting or address the Council on an item appearing on the agenda is requested to notify the Clerk of the Council two days in advance of the meeting, in order that on-line access to the meeting can be arranged.
For anyone wishing to see a copy of the agenda for the meeting, it is available on the village website www.thehorleyviews.com, or by contacting the Clerk of the Council, David Beck email email@example.com or 0785 2998172
Clerk to Horley Parish Council
Oil is leaking onto the road in Wroxton Lane. It appears to be heating oil so if you live on Wroxton Lane, please could you check your oil tank doesn’t have a leak?
The Parish Council have put a bag of salt next to the post box in the middle of the village. Please help yourselves!
The forecast is for a hard frost tonight and tomorrow so now is a good time to stock up.
The Horley Coronavirus Support Group was set up in March 2020 to provide help with shopping, prescription collection, dog walking and friendly phone calls to anyone in the village who needed it. We know that many of you now have your own support networks in place, but as we have recently moved into Tier 4 and cases are rising in our area, if you do need any help, please get in touch as our volunteers are still available. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01295 738334 to contact us.
We’d also love to hear about anyone in the village who has had the vaccine – please let us know if and when you have and tell us how it went. We are hoping that once enough people have been vaccinated, the village activities that had to be put on hold in 2020 will be able to resume.
In the meantime, whilst we are spending more time at home, the Ladies Guild have a selection of jigsaws available for loan. Please email email@example.com for more details.
Horley and Hanwell are joining together for a service at St Etheldreda’s on Christmas Day.
It starts at 11:00 and will be led by Rev. David Pym.
‘We’re really hoping to spread some Christmas cheer this year, and so have put some work into training our two shire horses to double up as Santa’s reindeer! On the evening of Saturday 12th December, our two ‘reindeers’ will be travelling around Horley, with our very own Santa Claus to spread some festive cheer. ‘
The Horley Ladies’ Guild Virtual Christmas Market closes today so contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call Helen on 738490 for any last minute orders!
Many thanks to all the virtual stall holders who are donating part of their proceeds to the Ladies Guild in support of St Etheldreda’s.
Locally produced chocolates from Belfair and Gin from Pinnock Distillery are still available. Lisa also has a great range of Forever Living products and you can still get Christmas cards from Agnes at Flamingo Paperie
And we have a new stall from Emma to help you keep snug and warm this Winter:
There will be a service on Sunday 6th December at 11 am led by Rev Glyn Evans.
There will also be a service on Christmas morning, time to be confirmed.
Let us deliver your village Christmas Cards for you!
From 29th November there will be a village post box on the verge near the Royal Mail Box. This Horley Christmas Card Post Box will be for Christmas cards from villagers to other villagers only. The box will be there until 18th December. Please address the cards with the recipients full name and house name so that our elves can deliver them correctly!