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Children’s Halloween Trail – Sunday 31st October

Halloween

On Sunday 31st October children who live in Horley (and their parents) are invited to take part in a Halloween Trail around the village.  Just like last year, children will be following a map (see below) to find different spooky items (and of course sweets!) located around the village. However unlike last year, we are also allowed to knock on doors and trick or treat. We would love villagers to join in by putting out their pumpkins to signal that you don’t mind a group of hungry children knocking on your door!

Maps and glow sticks for children will be available from underneath the village notice board. Children are welcome to start the trail anytime after 5pm.  If you would like us to email you a copy of the map or if you have any other questions please contact Sarah at sarahtaylor0403@gmail.com

Thanks and Happy Halloween!

Sarah Taylor and Ellie Freeman

Children’s Halloween Trail – Sunday 31st October

Halloween

On Sunday 31st October children who live in Horley (and their parents) are invited to take part in a Halloween Trail around the village.  Just like last year, children will be following a map (see below) to find different spooky items (and of course sweets!) located around the village. However unlike last year, we are also allowed to knock on doors and trick or treat. We would love villagers to join in by putting out their pumpkins to signal that you don’t mind a group of hungry children knocking on your door!

Maps and glow sticks for children will be available from underneath the village notice board. Children are welcome to start the trail anytime after 5pm.  If you would like us to email you a copy of the map or if you have any other questions please contact Sarah at sarahtaylor0403@gmail.com

Thanks and Happy Halloween!

Sarah Taylor and Ellie Freeman

Village Tea Party – Saturday 4th September 2:30 – 4:30pm

Come along for a long-awaited village get together in the Old School, Horley, now Covid restrictions have been lifted!

Drop in anytime between 2.30pm and 4.30pm and stay as long as you like.

A complementary slice of home made cake and a cup of tea / glass of prosecco / soft drink will be on offer for all Horley residents whilst you chat to friends and neighbours. Everyone is welcome, especially those of you who’ve moved to Horley during lockdown and have missed out on Horley’s sociable side – we’d love to welcome you to the village with cake and a drink!

There will also be a children’s games corner (with prizes!) and a home made cake stall if you want to take one of the delicious Ladies Guild cakes home with you.

Looking forward to getting together again!

Horley Ladies Guild

Reminder – home made cakes and plants for sale tomorrow at the Old School Horley

Come along to the Old School tomorrow afternoon (3rd July) between 2:30 and 4pm where the Ladies Guild will be selling delicious home made cakes, as well as plants from Caroline’s famous plant stall! All proceeds to local charities.

Horley Ladies Guild

Reminder – home made cakes and plants for sale tomorrow at the Old School Horley

Come along to the Old School tomorrow afternoon (3rd July) between 2:30 and 4pm where the Ladies Guild will be selling delicious home made cakes, as well as plants from Caroline’s famous plant stall! All proceeds to local charities.

Horley Ladies Guild

Village Spring Clean will be next Saturday…

The annual village Spring Clean (litter pick) will take place at 10:00 on Saturday 22nd May.  

If you can spare some time to help out please could you gather in front of the Old Post Office on the corner of Banbury Lane at 10:00 on 22nd May. Litter pickers, protective gloves and rubbish and recycling bags will be provided by CDC.  If you have you own gloves, that would be great, as you are urged to protect yourselves against any risk of infection, and take care to wash your hands thoroughly after the Spring Clean has been completed.

Let’s keep Horley looking fabulous!

Children’s Halloween Trail – Saturday 31st October

Halloween

“On Saturday 31st October children who live in Horley (and their parents) are invited to take part in a Halloween Trail around the village. To ensure it is a covid- safe activity children will be following a map (see below), and keeping to groups of 6 or less, to find different spooky items (and of course sweets!) located around the village. All sweets will be individually wrapped and each station will have one treat per child. We won’t be knocking on any doors and unfortunately we can’t accept any treats put out in front of houses. We would love villagers to join in by putting out their carved pumpkins to light our path by 5pm on Saturday 31st. Maps and glow sticks for children will be available from underneath the village notice board.”

If you would like us to email you a copy of the map or if you have any other questions please contact Sarah at sarahtaylor0403@gmail.com

Thanks and Happy Halloween!

Sarah Taylor and Ellie Freeman

 

Village Litter Pick will be this Saturday…

The annual village litter pick will take place at 10.00 on the morning of Saturday 26th September.  

If you can spare some time to help out please could you gather in front of the Old Post Office on the corner of Banbury Lane at 10.00 on 26th September. Litter pickers, protective gloves and rubbish and recycling bags will be provided by CDC.  If people have their own gloves, that would be great, as people are urged to protect themselves against any risk of infection, and take care to wash their hands thoroughly after the litter pick has been completed.

Let’s keep Horley looking fabulous!

Village Litter Pick will be on Saturday 26th September

The annual village litter pick will take place at 10.00 on the morning of Saturday 26th September.  

If you can spare some time to help out please could you gather in front of the Old Post Office on the corner of Banbury Lane at 10.00 on 26th September. Litter pickers, protective gloves and rubbish and recycling bags will be provided by CDC.  If people have their own gloves, that would be great, as people are urged to protect themselves against any risk of infection, and take care to wash their hands thoroughly after the litter pick has been completed.

Let’s keep Horley looking fabulous!