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Welcome to the Horley Town Council Website

Horley Town Council aims to provide a comprehensive reference point for all our residents and visitors. We also offer access to Town Council information including details of your nearest councillor, responsibilities, agendas and meetings. [pictured: Riverside Garden Park]
Remembrance Parade 2014

The Annual Remembrance Parade and Service was held on Sunday 9 November at Memorial Gardens. The parade was led by the Band of the Redhill Corps of Drums followed by war veterans, Councillors, Scouts and Army Cadets, Local Schools and Organisations marching from the Royal British Legion Headquarters in Albert Road. Wreaths were laid at the Memorial at the end of the service.
Horley Carnival

The Horley Carnival, held on 13 July 2013, was run by a collaboration of local organisations. The Town Council, Horley Round Table, Lions, Chamber of Commerce, the Rotary & 41Clubs and Girl Guides were all involved while floats were created by schools, pubs and other local organisations. It was a very successful day with a full programme of events held in the Horley Recreation Ground preceded by a wonderful display of floats around the town.
St Bartholomew's Church

St Bart's Church, Church Road is a Grade 1 Listed Building which goes back to the fourteenth century. It was heavily restored by A W Blomfield in 1881-2 and the south aisle, west porch and organ chamber and vestry were added in 1900. It now consists of an aisled nave, chancel, south east organ chamber and vestry, north west tower with shingled spire, and north and west porches.
Town Centre

The town centre, pedestrianised over 20 years ago over the original High Street, is the focal point of the town. It is used for several events throughout the year including the St George's Day Festival, Christmas Fayre, Carnival Procession and other celebrations.
Horley Recreation Ground

Horley Recreation Ground is a popular and well used public recreation ground of approx 6.6 acres. It is bordered by the A23 Brighton Road and Vicarage Lane. It comprises the Horley War Memorial, Memorial Gardens, Ornamental Gardens, Children’s Playground, Skatepark, Multi-Purpose Games Area (MUGA) and is also home to the Horley Bowling Club
Ye Olde Six Bells

Ye Olde Six Bells has been an important venue in Horley for over 700 years, operating as an eating and ale house, which welcomed guests attending Court Lodge Manor. The quaint country inn is reputed to be the second oldest pub in the country. The pub gets its name from the bells originally hanging at St Bartholomew's Church next door.
The Acres

The Acres in Horley forms part of the development of three, four and five bedroom homes in Langshott, part of the North East Sector of Horley. It has been developed by Barratts Homes, Bovis Homes and David Wilson Homes

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About Horley Town

Horley is at the southern-
most point of Surrey.

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Mayor's Welcome

From Cllr Richard
Olliver, Council
Chairman & Town Mayor

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Discover Horley
Next Council Meeting
Leisure and Amenities : Tue 6th Jan 2015 @ 19:30, Edmonds Hall, 92 Albert Road

Welcome to the new Horley Town Council Website

We have carried out a major revamp of the Town Council’s website. You'll find this site packed with essential local information. We are adding features such as up to date items and more information about local events.  The site still has the same “url” but you may have to amend some of your bookmarks.

Horley Town Council provides a comprehensive reference point for all our residents and visitors.  We also offer access to Town Council information including details of your nearest councillor, responsibilities, agenda and meetings.  The website’s business and local directories and public service information are as up to date as possible.   If you have added an entry please provide us with any additions or changes as appropriate.   An interactive town guide is available from the home page.

If you cannot find what you are looking for, please contact either the Town Council’s Help Line on 01293 784765 or use the contact form on this web site. Staff will be pleased to assist.

In compiling this website the contents of the site will change regularly. Please visit us again for up to date information in our Latest News section.  Your comments and feedback will help us to keep you better informed.