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Town Councillor Vacancy to be Filled by Co-option

Would you be interested in becoming a Horley Town Councillor?

We have two vacancies following the recent resignations of Janice Gall and Sonia Odds.

Check out the Town Council pages on our web site www.horleysurrey-tc.gov.uk for information about all that Horley Town Council does. You can look at our Annual Report to see the kind of things we are involved in. This will give you an idea of the responsibilities of being a Horley Town Councillor. Or you can simply pop in to the offices and collect some of our publications and talk the matter over with us.

Being a Town Councillor is an opportunity to help make a difference to the quality of life here for all Horley residents.

You don't need any special qualifications to be a Councillor, you just need to have an interest in doing things for the good of Horley and a willingness to commit to up to several hours each month.

There are around 10,000 community, parish and town councils in England and Wales. They are corporate bodies and local authorities, which have a powerful voice to represent local people.

Town Councils, like Parish Councils, are the part of local government, which is closest to the people: They serve the smallest area and are responsible for the most local of matters. Very importantly, these councils can "precept" - raise a sum collected with the council tax each year to improve facilities and services for local people.

Town Councils can also comment on planning applications - they are statutory consultees (they have to be consulted if they so wish) and can be represented at public inquiries.

In being re-accredited Quality Status in 2009, Horley Town Council has demonstrated that it has placed the highest emphasis on consistently achieving excellence and innovation.

If this has whetted your appetite then contact us for further details. The Town Council intends to co-opt two members as soon as is practicable. If you are interested, then write or pop in and see Alan Jones, Town Clerk, Council Offices, 92 Albert Road, Horley RH6 7HZ. Application Forms are available which will need to be submitted no later than close of business on Friday 29 May 2009.


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