As some of you may know, Lucy Hamer, who is currently the Banbury Guardian column writer for Horley, (and has been doing a great job for the last six years), will be off to university in September so is looking for someone to take her place. Lucy writes:
‘NEW COLUMNIST NEEDED TO TAKE OVER FROM LUCY! – to my loyal Horley Column readers: I need someone who is willing and capable to take over from me and write the Horley Column! (Needs to be a resident of Horley Village) After almost 6 years writing the Horley Column I’ve decided my time has come to an end. For enquiries or if you’re interested then please drop me an email at the address printed at the top of my column, (firstname.lastname@example.org). Many thanks.’
Could you and your family be the one that fits the bill and puts Horley on the map?
Wall to Wall Media are a TV production Company who are looking to make a new series of ‘Back in Time’. They are looking for a family to immerse themselves in the past world of village life. Filming the series in the region over the school summer holidays 2019 they are looking for a new family to take part and go back in time.
For more information and to apply see below and click here.
Winter Weather Disruption Update on Bin Collections from Cherwell District Council:
‘We are out collecting bins today, Friday 1 February 2019 and will empty them where it is safe to do so. In some places it is not safe to empty the bins.
If your bin is not emptied on Friday please take it back in and put out again by 7:00am on Monday 5 February when we will be catching up with collections.
We will update this page again on Monday 5 February. Thank you for your patience during this time.’
For more information on Winter Weather Disruption from CDC see here.
Then come along to the next meeting of the ‘Knit and Stitch’ group on Thursday Feb 14th.
Various crafts are carried out including knitting, crochet, tapestry and quilting, in a friendly and convivial atmosphere (along with homemade shortbread!).
The group meet every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the week at the Old School from 7 – 9pm (see calendar for actual dates).
For further information and pictures look here or contact Sue Patching on 01295 730039.
There is a small charge of £2, which goes towards hiring the room, but if there are any young, school students who’d like to come along then there will be no charge.