Local Heroes

Horley Local Heroes

Our Local Heroes

All around Horley local people do great things for our community. They volunteer, they raise money for local charities and much more. Here are some recent examples of what you have done to bring a smile and help others.

Charity fun-day and football match at Perrywood Sports & Social Club (between Salfords and Horley) in aid of Sarcoma Cancer UK and the local Macmillan Cancer Support Centre at East Surrey Hospital.
Perrywood Sports Club near Horley, Charity Match

Lee Street Church are fundraising for a new climbing frame.
We are Lee Street Church Playgroup in Horley. We are very lucky that Andy White, who's child attends our playgroup, has offered to do a fundraising bike ride from Horley to London, a trek of 50 miles!
Andy will be helping to raise funds to help pay for a new climbing frame for our playgroup.

Lots of local people are entering the Gatwick Half Marathon on May 13th to raise funds for the charity they support. We will list their donation pages here:

Debbie Rulton is running to support the mental health charity 'Mind'. Click here for Debbie's Just Giving page.

British Airways Run Gatwick Half Marathon is on Sunday 13th May 2018.Click here to visit the Run Gatwick website.
Run Gatwick 2018

How about this as a way of raising money for your favourite charity!

Jennie Saunders Wingwalk

Jennie Saunders, who lives in Horley, completed an amazing 'Wingwalk' to raise money for her charity Motor Neurone Disease. So far she has raised £2050.

Jennie Saunders Wingwalk

To read Jennie's story about her father who died from Motor Neurone Disease, and also to make a donation go to Jennie's Just Giving page.

Jennie Saunders Wingwalk

Horley Foodbank

Horley Foodbank

Founded in February 2015, the Horley Foodbank responds to the needs of people in our community who are suffering from short-term crisis. Visit their website

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