Scams meeting, 20th February at 7.30pm, Medical Centre, East Horsley

This talk will be presented by Linda Crowley from Surrey & Buckinghamshire Trading Standards.  It will be held at the medical centre on 20th February from 7.30 – 8.30pm (please arrive at 7.15pm).  We all know that there have been many scams that have taken place in and around the Horsleys in the past year. This talk will show people how to be scam aware, what to do if you have or are being scammed and it will cover what support & services are out there to help. For more information, please see the attached.

Scams talk flyer

Appeal for a new Brownie Leader for West Horsley Brownies

The West Horsley Brownie pack is appealing for new leaders - Brownies are girls aged 7-10 and meet on a Monday evening during term time. Further information and contact details if you are interested in getting involved can be found in the attached.

Urgent appeal for Brownie leaders

Residents asked to contact GBC to put names forward for new war memorial 

Guildford Borough Council has issued a press statement asking residents to get in touch with the names of any soldiers from the borough of Guildford who have been killed in battle, conflict or training since the Second World War. There is more information on the press release below:


Long Reach SANG planning application appeal refused!

A West Horsley resident and West Horsley Parish Councillor spoke at the meeting at GBC's Millmead Offices on 9 November to object to the Long Reach SANG planning application appeal and were successful in having the appeal rejected. Thank you to the West Horsley residents who turned out to support them.

Long Reach SANG planning committee letter

GBC Letter to Objectors


What's On leaflet for the Horsleys!

A new leaflet has been put together listing services & groups available in this area. Please click on the document below for more information

 Whats on leaflet Horsley


Neighbourhood Connections

This is a new service being set up in the Horsleys to support people in the Horsleys to live well and to find the support they need, when they need it. This will only be possible with the help of local volunteers, organisations and professionals. Commitment levels can range from one-off opportunities to regular weekly or monthly commitments. Training and ongoing support will be provided.

If you are looking to make a difference in your Community, but don’t know how, then come along to one of the information sessions to find out more!

Tuesday 1st November – 7:00-8:30pm & Saturday 12th November – 9:30-11:00am

Both sessions will be held at:  St Martins Church Rooms, Ockham Road South, East Horsley, Surrey,  KT24 6RL

More information is available in the attached flyer:

 Neighbourhood Connections


Press Release from Save Newlands Corner

Save Newlands Corner Press Release


Newlands Corner planning application to install car parking machines

Please find attached a letter and further information from Save Newlands Corner about Surrey County Council's planning application to install car parking machines at Newlands Corner. If you would like to comment on this planning application, you need to do so by 21 October. Information about how to comment is included in the "Letter to Residents" attached below.

Letter to residents - Newlands Corner


Further information


WHPC's response to the Drift Golf Club planning application - amended information

WHPC has submitted the letter below objecting to the Drift Golf Club planning application.

WHPC Drift Golf Club planning objection Sept 2016


Call for Speedwatch Volunteers!

Anyone concerned about speeding traffic in the village may want to consider joining West Horsley's Speedwatch group and make a difference. Led by Chris Tailby, the 12-strong group regularly monitor vehicle speeds across the village, supported by the Police. If you are interested, please contact Chris on Thank you!!


Good Companions Club seeks volunteer

Good Companions Club in West Horsley is looking for a volunteer to provide sandwiches, cakes & pour tea for around 30 elderly visitors on the second Wednesday of each month at their monthly tea & entertainment event at the Village Hall. The cost of the ingredients is paid for by the club. Anyone who is happy to help should contact Debbie on 01483 890343 / 07774676123


Overgrown hedges  

Responsibility to cut back the hedges lies with individual householders - WHPC's Footpaths group walks the village each summer and sends a letter to any householders whose hedges need cutting back. Failure to act on this means we can involve Surrey County Council, who can cut hedges back and charge the householder if necessary.

Footpaths in the village - these are the responsibility of Surrey County Council to maintain and cut back. You can email SCC on

Footpath between Lollesworth Lane / The Street and East Horsley playground - After numerous requests to SCC this has finally been cut back.

Footpath between Cranmore School & Cranmore Lane (FP91) - We have also requested that this footpath is cut back and the finger post sign that has come down repaired & put back up.

Flytipping - We have reported the recent flytipping on Silkmore Lane to GBC and we are pleased to report that this has now been cleared. Flytipping can be reported on


Raleigh School announces plans to relocate School

The Raleigh School, West Horsley, has written to parents informing them of a proposal to relocate the Raleigh School to a new site. More information is available on the School's website at


Article by your MP Sir Paul Beresford - Local Plan "not fit for purpose"

Please find a link below to the Guildford Dragon interview with Sir Paul Beresford MP


Presentation from Annual Parish Meeting

Please find attached the presentation given by Natalie Arnett from the Surrey CyberSafe Network at this year's Annual Parish Meeting. Please note that this is only an introduction and more detailed advice can be found at GetSafeOnline or residents can sign up to the CyberSafe Network

Cybersafe Network Presentation May 2016


West Horsley's Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group are looking for more volunteers - Could you give up some of your time to help your village? An update on progress & contact information is available on the Neighbourhood Plan page.


West Horsley Parish Council tennis court on Long Reach - Did you know that West Horsley has its own tennis court on Long Reach? This court is now free to use. Just turn up and play! Please don't use the court in unsuitable weather conditions and if you wish to report any issues, please contact 


Summary report from West Horsley's Housing Survey

Please click on the attachment below to access the report

 West Horsley Housing Survey Summary report


West Horsley Parish Council gazebo 3m square available to borrow (refundable deposit required)

If you would like to borrow our gazebo, please read the attached policy for more information. Please note that it is recommended that you have at least two (strong) individuals to load it into your car, put it up, dismantle and return.

 Gazebo policy


West Horsley is a dynamic, friendly and caring community which hosts a wealth of organisations and services. The Parish Council serves the people of West Horsley and represents the interests of the local residents, and ensures that these interests are effectively presented to bodies such as Guildford Borough and Surrey County Council.

Bluebells in West Horsley


Contact Details

West Horsley Parish Council

01483 901 905