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
Every year Caroline works hard to provide us with a brilliant plant stall outside her house. This year is no different, so please remember to visit Caroline’s plant stall. You could get some amazing plants for your garden, or even your basket/pot for the village competition. If you have any spare plants then please donate them to the stall.
The annual Horley Parish Meeting will take place at The Old Schoolrooms at 7.30 pm on Thursday 12th May 2022. This is an open meeting organised by the Parish Council at which any parishioner is welcome to address the meeting or ask questions.
Could parishioners please confirm their intention to attend the meeting to the Horley Parish Clerk David M.Beck, along with any subject(s)/questions they wish to raise at email@example.com 0785 2998172
Introduction of Parish Councillors
Michael Hardinge Trust Annual Report
John Tite to report
David Beck to report
Parochial Church Council
Representative to report
Representative to report
Red Lion Public House
Dave Morris to report
Chairman of the Parish Council to report
Any other business
Any questions or issues raised by members of the public
The Annual General Meeting of the Parish Council will be held in the Old Schoolrooms at 7.00 pm on Thursday 12th May 2022 . Clerk to the Council
Clerk to the Council
Declaration of Interests
2022 local elections, following the uncontested local elections, confirmation of the election to the Horley Parish Council for the next four years of Cllrs S.Attfield, R.Barnwell, G.Curd, M.Hamer, D.Raper, J.Tite and K.Wythe.
Nomination and election of the Chairman for the year
Nomination and election of the Vice-Chairman for the year
Allocation of responsibilities (2021 year’s allocations shown)
Finance and general purposes (Cllr Raper)
Highways and footpaths (Cllrs Curd and Hamer)
Proposed Wroxton Lane Car Park Project Cllrs Attfield and Wythe
Planning (Cllr Barnwell)
Cricket club liaison (Cllr Attfield)
School liaison (Cllr Raper)
Michael Hardinge Trust liaison (Cllr Tite)
Quarrying, Ironstone and scout camp liaison (Cllr Barnwell)
Communications and notice board (Cllrs Barnwell and Curd)
Parochial Church Council and Ladies Guild liaison (Cllr Wythe)
Any other roles?
Dates for Future meetings
28th July 2022
20th October 2022
19th January 2022
The Council’s Internal Auditor is auditing the Council’s accounts for the year 2021/22, and if his report is available at the meeting it can be accepted/approved.
A meeting of the Parish Council will be held in the Old Schoolrooms at:
7.30 pm on Thursday 21st April 2022
The meeting is open to the public. Anyone wishing to address the Council on an item appearing on the agenda is requested to notify the Clerk of the Council two days in advance of the meeting.
1) Apologies for absence 2) Declaration of Interests 3) Approval of Minutes of meeting held on 13th January 2022 4) Matters arising 5) Finance 6) Relevant Correspondence 7) Parish Council Elections 2022 8) Wroxton Lane Parking – update 9) Queen’s Jubilee Celebrations 10) Date of Annual General Meeting 11) Dates of next Council meetings 12) Any other urgent business
Yesterday evening at around 9pm, four car wheels (BMW?) were dumped in Wroxton Lane near Wishing Well and Phlox Cottage. The police have been informed but if you know who they might belong to or would like more information, please contact Liza Hopkinson on 01295 730620 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The highlight of Horley’s Social Calendar is back. The 11th June is the date to meet up with new and familiar faces and sample the culinary delights of fellow Horley residents.
We meet at The Red Lion where you will receive the first of three envelopes detailing where you will go for your starter. There you will leave your £25 – and please bring a bottle of wine per person to give your first host. After two further courses in different locations we will go back to the pub.
The Progressive Dinner is always a great night and raises very much needed funds for the church.
We are currently recruiting hosts and taking names of those attending – please contact Sarah Allitt on email@example.com, 07834370767 or 01295 730634