‘As everyone cannot help but be aware, Covid-19 is here and poses a threat to all our health and wellbeing.
There is a wealth of official advice being issued on a regular basis, to which, as a Parish Council, we are unlikely to be able to add.
However, we believe we should do what we can to support the implementation of this advice, and ensure our community in Horley pulls together and looks out for our neighbours This especially important for those who may not have family or friends locally, and those who are vulnerable or elderly. We are looking to set up a group to keep an overview of the situation in the village and to coordinate whatever help is available If there are residents who feel isolated and worried.
To this end I have asked Glenys Stacey to put together a small group of residents representing different existing groups in the village who can work out what we can do and take appropriate action.
While this is being set up, any residents who have urgent concerns can make contact via the Parish Clerk, David Marriott.
Obviously, there is a lot to consider and we won’t be able to provide perfect solutions, but I sincerely hope this will help the village through these uncertain and difficult times. In the meantime, it is important that anyone who experiences the early symptoms (fever, cough) should self-isolate straight away and if possible, make neighbours aware of this.
For more information on NHS and government sites click here. Please pass this information on to those who you know do not have access to the Horley Views Website and look out for further updates.
John Tite, Chairman of Horley Parish Council’