Over £1800 was raised for Katharine House Hospice from the Horley Open Gardens event last Sunday. A huge thank you to the Horley gardeners who tended and opened their beautiful gardens, and to everyone who supported the event by coming along to visit them.
Advance notice of the Cricket Club’s Gala Dinner this Autumn:
Horley Views magazine is dropping through your letterbox this weekend. On page 21 is an item the Parish Council would urge you to read.
There is a new planning application for car parking at the bottom of the village. The application can now be found on the planning portal of Cherwell District Council at:
by searching “Horley” or the application reference number, which is 22/01653/F . You can then access plans and other documents.
It is important that villagers make their views known about this application online.
David Reynolds is also happy to help anyone who is not confident with putting their comments online and he is on 01295738125 or at Brantwood House in Gulliver’s Close.
It’s Horley’s Open Gardens event next weekend, on Sunday 26th June from 2pm to 6pm. Visit 10 different gardens and enjoy a cup of tea and piece of cake on the way. There will be plants on sale and a raffle too. Details of the 10 gardens that will be open and how to buy tickets can be found here: Horley Open Gardens
Entry is £8.00 (under 15s go free). All money raised will be donated to the Katharine House Hospice. (Sorry no dogs).
A set of straps that support a gazebo were found on the cricket field after the Jubilee party on 5th June. If you think they are yours, please contact email@example.com
Thank you to everyone who came along to the Horley Platinum Jubilee party on Sunday afternoon and made it such a success. With true British grit everyone enjoyed their picnics despite the slightly damp weather. Look out in Horley Views for a full rundown of the day.
Take a look at https://platinumjubilee.gov.uk/toolkit/ for children’s activities and ideas for your Jubilee celebrations
The Jubilee celebrations in Horley will kick off with the bells being rung at St Etheldreda’s Church on Thursday 2nd June between 14:30 and 15:15.
Listen out – or come along and watch!