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Hookwood Memorial Hall is hosting a coffee morning on Friday 27th September.
All welcome and all donations will go to Macmillan Cancer Support, such a wonderful worthy cause. Please do come along and have a cuppa and a slice of cake. Parking available at the hall. We will look forward to seeing you there.
Place: Hookwood Memorial Hall. Time: 11am-1 pm.
Date: Friday 27th September 2019
Tracy at ‘A Healing Touch’ has these special offers for September.
Reflexology: £37.50 usually – £45.00.
Acupressure Chair Massage: £35 usually £45.00.
Sports Massage: usually £55 this month £40.00.
The Children’s Trust – Want to work with some amazing children?
Join us on a behind-the-scenes tour and find out more about the Children’s Trust, the incredible work we do and our exciting care positions. Friday 20th September, 9.30-10.30. Tadworth Court, Tadworth KT20 5RU.
Images of Jazz – Brian O’Connor
Brian O’Connor has lived in Horley for nearly fifty years, and during that time has continuously, as a serious hobby, been photographing jazz in London and the South East (inc. Serendipity in Horley). To celebrate 50 years of this he’s holding an exhibition of his photos at the Hawth, from the 2nd -19th September.
From Monday 14th October Barclays Bank will be opening on Saturday mornings.
This is to help customers bank at a time that suits them. The bank will be opening on Saturdays and closing on the quietest day, Thursday.
Barclays also have a Night-Safe facility. This is a safe that customers can have access to that allows them to deposit cash 24 hours a day, for processing the following working day. There is no charge for using this service
See more of Barclays Bank info on Ways to Bank.
Fifty Four cafe bar.
Fifty Four, the small cafe bar close to the underpass in Horley Town Centre, is a unique place. They have these events coming up.
Antiques Fair, Nutfield, 29th September
The Next Tree Of Ages Antiques Fair takes place on Sunday 29th September 2019 at the prestigious, beautiful Robert Denholm House in Nutfield, RH1 4HW. The event is open from 09:00-15:00. FREE PARKING, Refreshments available, friendly knowledgeable dealers with something quirky to suit all budgets. Visit their website.
Horley Town Football Club
Come and support Horley Town Football Club this season.
OUR LOCAL POLICE CRIME REPORT
Click on the link below to see a map and information about the police crime reports for Horley and the surrounding area.
Brave the Shave – Macmillan Family Fun Day
Saturday 5th October, 2-6pm. The Farmhouse Pub.
The Horley Chamber of Commerce meets every month to support our local businesses
The Community Arts & Crafts workshops, based in Horley, would love you to join them.
They hold 2 sessions a week every 2 weeks. No experience necessary. Details & booking can be found on their website.
The Community Arts & Crafts workshops, based in Horley, would love you to join them. They hold 2 sessions a week every 2 weeks. No experience necessary. Details & booking can be found on their website.
We list four local minor injuries units on our health page.
Wakehurst Glow Wild event
21st November to 22nd December. Wakehurst is just a 25 minute drive from Horley – a lovely place to visit.
Cafe in the Park
Construction of the Cafe in Horley Recreation Ground is underway. Looking forward to this.
Horley Town Council wants to express its sadness at the death of one of Horley’s long-serving councillors, Valerie Marshall.
Amy Yoga – Classes in Horley, Saturday mornings
Saturday 10:30-11:15 gentle flow class, all abilities welcome £10pp, Lotta’s Pilates Studio, Meath Green RH6 8JA.
Horley Singers ‘Come and Try’ Sessions
Monday 16th and 23rd September. 8.00 – 10pm. Horley Methodist Church Hall.
Visit the Horley Singers website.
Horley Baptist Church
Horley Baptist Church is running morning and evening ALPHA courses, from 9th September to 25th November. An opportunity to explore the Christian faith in a friendly & fun environment. People who are interested are invited to join course times of 9.45-11.45am (a creche & lunch provided ) OR 7.15-9.30pm (with an evening meal first). To register email: firstname.lastname@example.org / phone: 01293 456258.
Horley & District U3A
The Horley branch of the University of the Third Age welcomes new members and visitors.
Next Meeting – Thursday 12th September 2019. Doors Open 1.45 pm.
Our Speaker – Garry Wykes – relates the story of: Prisoners in the Tower – 900 years of history of the Tower of London.
Venue : Regent Hall,
HORLEY RH6 7JA
Start Time 2 pm. Free parking on site. Tea/coffee available after the meeting.
Next Meeting – Thursday 10th October, 2019. Doors Open 1.45 pm.
Our Speaker –JOHN GRIFFITHS-COLBY relates the intriguing story of SAPPER CLAY.
Venue : Regent Hall,
HORLEY RH6 7JA
Start Time 2 pm. Free parking on site.
Tea/coffee available after the meeting.
Horley Rock Choir
Horley Morning Rock Choir is now in its second year. No auditions, you don’t need to read music our choir is open to everyone who can make Tuesday mornings 10.30 at the lovely bright and airy Baptist Church Hall on Court Lodge. We meet for coffee & a chat in fact lots of chat from 10am. So book a free taster session below or just Rock on up (pun intended) and see what it’s all about we start a new term Tuesday 17th September where a warm welcome is assured. Any questions just ask me 🙂
Wedding Showcase at Stanhill Court Hotel, Charlwood. Sunday 6 October 2019
Experience the improvements of our recent refurbishment and enjoy complimentary refreshments as we invite you to take a tour of this charming venue and picturesque surroundings. We have our own private car park and admission is completely free, register your free tickets on our website
Family Day and Dog Show.
Sunday 8th September, Recreation Ground, Horley. Gates open 10am.
Macmillan Coffee Morning – raffle donations
We will be hosting another Macmillan coffee morning on Friday 27th September at Trinity Oaks School, Horley from 8.45am until around 10.30am. We are currently seeking raffle prizes from local businesses or generous individuals. If you are interested or able to help please let me know. The coffee morning is open to everyone so keep the morning free and pop in for a hot drink and cake to support this amazing charity and event.
Horley Local History Society – an illustrated talk on the historic buildings of Charlwood.
To celebrate Heritage Week why not join Horley Local History Society for our meeting on September 26th?
We meet at Horley Methodist Church in Victoria Road at 7.30pm for an 8.00pm start.
Car Parking is available at the rear of the Church and refreshments will be available.
We shall hear an illustrated talk about the Historic Buildings of Charlwood by Brendon Sewill.
Non members £1 entry
Local adult education courses coming up in Horley.
The Horley branch of the WEA have an interesting range of courses starting later this year. Visit the WEA website.
MUSIC APPRECIATION IN VARIOUS GENRES
with Alex Livermore. Popular music 1930s-1960s. For all music lovers. 5 sessions Mondays from 16 September 10.00 – 12.00. Fee £45.00.
SECRETS OF COUNTRY HOUSES AS SEEN ON TV AND FILM with Anne Milton-Worssell. History and architecture of Home Counties houses seen on screen. 10 sessions Wednesdays from 18 September 10.00 – 12.00. Fee £90.00
PRACTICAL ART: PAINTING LANDSCAPES IN WATERCOLOUR with Gabrielle Girardey. All materials including paper provided. Day School Saturday 12 October 10.00 – 12.00 & 13.00-15.00. Fee £20.00.
POLITICS: A WORLD BEYOND BREXIT with Jim Chrystie. Issues facing the world today. 7 sessions Tuesdays from 29 October 14.00 – 16.00. Fee £63.00.
THE HISTORY OF DANCE with Pat Mitchinson. From Louis XIV to The Nutcracker. 1/2 Day Sat 9.11.2019 10.00 -1300. Fee £18.
All classes are held at: The Function Room, Archway Theatre, The Drive, Horley RH6 7NQ
Further information email: email@example.com
Phone Jennifer 01342 651401
ENROL: online at wea.org.uk OR ring 0300 303 3464 at lease two weeks before the beginning of the course. Sign up now: wea.org.uk
Horley Town Council announce that the construction of the Café Pavilion at Horley Recreation Ground are now well underway.
The Café Pavilion is to be accessible to everyone, open throughout the year and support popular community activities and events. There will be attractive outdoor seating areas as well as indoor seating inside the Café.
The Café will also house Horley’s first ‘Little Library’, a free book-sharing community initiative and the structure will be beautifully decorated by members of the local Horley Society of Artists club.
Oakwood School are fundraising for an all-weather Astro pitch for the school and our local community.
This is going to be a great sports facility for Horley. More info to follow soon.
Horley’s Archway Theatre has a wonderful variety of productions throughout the year.
Would you like to learn about the History of Horley Town Centre?
Why not join Horley Local History Society for a Guided Tour on the 21st September.
Meet at the Mosaic outside Boots in the High Street at either 11.00am or 3.00pm for a tour lasting about 1 hour.
There is no charge for the tour but it will be necessary to purchase the illustrated guide book for £3.
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