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24/02/2004Horley & District Police & Community Partnership

The next meeting will be held on Wednesday 17 March 2004 at 7.30 pm at Salfords Village Hall, Honeycrock Lance, Salfords. Guest speaker will be Richard Noweski from Trading Standards Office. All memb... Read More

23/02/2004Annual Town Meeting

The Town Council has announced that this years Annual Town Meeting will be held on Tuesday 20 April 2004 at 1930 hrs at the Albert Rooms, Albert Road. The meeting is a public meeting to which anyone ... Read More

20/02/2004Recreation Ground

Horley has again been the target of mindless criminal damage in our recreation parks. Much of the fencing surrounding the children's playground in the A23 Recreation Ground has been systematically de... Read More

18/02/2004Memorial Gardens

The Town Council is looking to replace some of the very old shrubs in the Memorial Gardens and is keen to seek sponsorship for the work. Any companies or individuals who might be interested should con... Read More

04/02/2004Horley in Bloom

This year sees the tenth anniversary of Horley in Bloom and Horley Town Council will once again assist the Committee with the event. It is hoped that there will be a record number of entries this year... Read More

28/01/2004Council Approves Budget for 2004/2005

At the Full Council meeting of 27 January 2004, Horley Town Council approved its budget for 2004/05 and set the town precept.Cllr Tony Breen, Chairman of the Town Council’s Finance & General Purpose... Read More

21/11/2003Phone Boxes

BT has contacted the Town Council stating their intention to remove a payphone box in Cheyne Walk. BT argues that public demand for payphone has decreased 50% in the past 3 years. This particular pay... Read More

21/11/2003Public Footpath Proposal

The Town Council has been in touch with Surrey County Council’s Right of Way Officer in support of a proposal that the footpath leading from Brighton Road to Queens Road via Parkway is formally adop... Read More

21/11/2003Horley Railway Station

The council has written to the John Armitt, Chief Executive of Network Rail complaining about the state of Horley railway station. The council, of which two members commute to London, has commented a... Read More

21/11/2003Surrey Structure Plan

Cllr Dr Andrew Kent, Chairman of the Planning & Development Committee and Cllr Michael Miller, will represent the Town Council at the Examination in Public at County Hall on Thursday 27 November. The... Read More

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