C/O Horley Town Council
Simon Marshall is a Town Councillor for the North Ward and is a member of the Conservative Group. He joined Horley Town Council in 2002, having previously served on the council from 1976-1987.
Simon also served as a Reigate & Banstead Borough Councillor from 1983-1995 and from 2000-2004. He was Borough Deputy Mayor for the municipal year 1992/93, as well as being chairman of the Recreation committee twice from 1987-1990 and 1993-1995.
Continuing with Simon’s long interest in Leisure & Amenities, Simon has also chaired that committee twice for the town council, from 2002 to 2007 and again from 2013 to present. He was very honoured to be Chairman of the Town Council and Town Mayor from 2007 to 2012, marking the longest peace-time term of office in the history of the council.
Simon has lived in Horley since 1973, moving her as a newly wed with his late wife, Valerie, who was also a Town Councillor until her passing. Their daughter, Samantha, is also a town councillor.