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Have your say at the Annual Parish Meeting on Thursday

This is your opportunity to let your Parish councillors know what you think at the Annual Parish Meeting on Thursday May 16th at 7.30 at the Old School.

This meeting (which follows on from the AGM at 7.00, see below), is intended to provide an opportunity to let you all know what is going on.

There will be reports from the Council and other local groups and organisations, like the Cricket Club and Michael Hardinge Trust. If anyone would like to have a specific topic added to the agenda, please email the Parish Clerk, David Marriott on horleyparishclerk@btinternet.com.

This is an open meeting at which you are invited to raise any issues of concern. It’s your opportunity to tell the Parish Council what you think they could do for the village.

The agenda is:

  • Introduction of Parish Councillors
  • Michael Hardinge Trust Annual Report 
  • Cricket Club – David Beck to report
  • Parochial Church Council – David Kyle to report
  • Ladies Guild
  • Parish Council – Chairman of the Parish Council to report
  • Assets of Community Value (see here for more information)
  • Any other business – Any questions or issues raised by members of the public

See the full agenda here 19 05 16 annual parish meeting agenda

Annual General Meeting – Thursday May 16th 7:00 pm

The Parish Council AGM will start at 7:00pm in the Old School Hall. This meeting is also open to the public, but villagers will get the opportunity to ask questions later at the Annual Parish Meeting at 7.30pm (see above).

The AGM agenda is :

  • Apologies
  • Declaration of Interests
  • Nomination and election of the Chairman for the year
  • Nomination and election of the Vice-Chairman for the year
  • Allocation of responsibilities
  • Dates for Future meetings
  • Minutes of the meeting held on 18th April 2019
  • Matters Arising
  • Annual Audit
  • Date of next meeting
  • Any other urgent business  

See the full agenda here 19 05 16 AGM agenda

Do You Want To Raise Funds For a Local Group?

This is an opportunity provided by Cherwell District Council for any local group or organisation to join in and raise money for themselves.   Cherwell are also arranging a meeting for interested groups which is not mentioned on the poster, but is at Banbury Town Hall between 5 and 7pm on 15 May.  

Have your say at the Annual Parish Meeting on Thursday 16th May

This is your opportunity to let your Parish councillors know what you think at the Annual Parish Meeting on Thursday May 16th at 7.30 at the Old School.

This meeting (which follows on from the AGM at 7.00), is intended to provide an opportunity to let you all know what is going on.

There will be reports from the Council and other local groups and organisations, like the Cricket Club and Michael Hardinge Trust. If anyone would like to have a specific topic added to the agenda, please email the Parish Clerk, David Marriott on horleyparishclerk@btinternet.com.

This is an open meeting at which you are invited to raise any issues of concern. It’s your opportunity to tell the Parish Council what you think they could do for the village.

Highway Verges – Please be Aware

A message to Horley residents on behalf of the Parish Council

Concerns have been raised with the Parish Council regarding items being placed on highway verges, which might comprise an obstruction.  The Council is aware of a number of places around the village where items have been placed on highway verges, and queries have been raised as to whether this is legal.

Highway verges are the responsibility of the County Council, and the County Council have advised that in most cases the public highway includes the verge, and extends up to the boundary of the adjoining land.  Anything placed permanently on the highway may potentially comprise an obstruction, and to obstruct the highway is an offence.  Before placing anything permanently on the highway, people are advised to contact the County Council seeking permission to do so.  If an accident were to occur, such as a car swerving onto the verge to avoid an oncoming vehicle, and colliding with an obstruction, the person placing the obstruction is likely to be liable.

Next Parish Council Meeting is on Thursday April 18th

The next Parish Council Meeting will take place at 7.30 on Thursday April 18th in the Old School Room. The meeting is open to the public, and if anyone wishes to address the Council on any of the items on the agenda, please notify David Marriott on  0787 2930030 or email horleyparishclerk@btinternet.com before the meeting. Whilst there is no absolute right to do this, the Chairman has the authority to permit it if he chooses to do so.

The Agenda Items comprise:

  • Apologies for absence
  • Declaration of Interests
  • Minutes of the meeting held on 17th January
  • Matters arising
  • Finance
    • 2018/19 Budget Monitoring Report to 31st March 2019
    • Annual Audit
  • Land adjoining the Old Council Houses, Wroxton Lane
  • County Highway matters
  • Planning Report
  • IT Security 
  • Police Neighbourhood Community Liaison Meeting
  • Applications for charitable and other donations
  • Reports from External Organisations
  • Date of next meetings :
    • Thursday May 16th 2019 at 7.00 Annual General Meeting
    • Thursday May 16th 2019 at 7.30 Annual Parish Meeting
  • Any other urgent business 

For full details of items and reports see 19 04 18 agenda

Thank You Litter Pickers – Another Great Job Done!

Sacks of rubbish from Saturday’s ‘Litter Pick’

A  Great Big Thank You to everyone who turned out on Saturday morning to pick up all the litter.

Your time and efforts are very much appreciated by all.

What an impressive load of rubbish (and how come there’s always a wheel trim?!)

 

 

Please Come and Help at this Saturday’s Village Litter Pick

The annual village litter pick will take place at 10.00 on the morning of Saturday 23rd March.  

Please could volunteers who are able to spare an our or two gather in front of the Red Lion. Hi-vis tabards, protective gloves, picking equipment and sacks will be provided by Cherwell District Council.

Let’s keep Horley looking fabulous!