Category Archives: PCC

Horley Celebrates the Platinum Jubilee

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.

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One week to go to the village party at the Cricket Field for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee – Sunday 5th June

Take a look at https://platinumjubilee.gov.uk/toolkit/ for children’s activities and ideas for your Jubilee celebrations

Remember to register for the Horley in Bloom Competition for the Platinum Jubilee

Only a few days left until the judging for the best tubs and baskets as part of our Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

To be included in the judging, you need to register your tub/basket at The Red Lion

– you don’t want the judge to miss all your hard work –

There is something for everyone with 3 categories: 0-10 years | 11-16 | Adult.

Horley in Bloom Competition for the Platinum Jubilee

As part of our Platinum Jubilee celebrations we are aiming to make Horley even more beautiful with our Horley in Bloom competition.

This bank holiday weekend is an ideal time to buy your plants and start planting your tubs and baskets ready for judging on 4th June. Please remember to register at The Red Lion so that the judges will know who to visit.

There is something for everyone with 3 categories: 0-10 years | 11-16 | Adult.

Don't forget to take a look at Caroline's plant stall.

Horley Platinum Jubilee

It’s not long until Horley’s Jubilee Celebrations – come along on Sunday 5th June and see old/meet new friends in the village to Celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

A reminder that there will be a village celebration for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee on Sunday 5th June on the cricket field from 2 pm.

Easter at St Etheldreda

You are invited to join us at the following services at St Etheldreda:

Good Friday (15 April) – Stations of the Cross at 12 noon

Fourteen illustrations of events leading up to the crucifixion will be placed around the church and the congregation will visit each station, following the evocative story of Jesus’ journey to the cross and singing one verse of a hymn at each picture.

This will be followed by a simple lunch (soup and roll) in the Old School Hall at 12.30pm in return for a small donation.

Easter Day (17 April) – Easter Day Holy Communion Service at 10.30am

We look forward to welcoming you as we celebrate Easter. This will be a simple service with a short sermon and Holy Communion. It’s especially suitable for young families with the possibility of chocolate if the Easter Bunny arrives!

We hope you can join us for one or both of these events.