Twice a year we have a communal Village Litterpick. We love where we live and this is an opportunity for us all to help keep it clean, preventing pollution and protecting wildlife from dangerous or excessive debris. East Horsley Parish Council provide tabards, gloves and litter pickers. Seeing the black bin liners piled up at the end of the morning make it all worthwhile.
The assembly points are in front of the Parish Council Noticeboards at Station Parade, Bishopsmead Parade and Effingham Junction outside [the General Store] at 10am - 12noon
Please come along if you can help in any way, however small.
Next Litterpick dates: Saturday 18 March & 16 September 2017
The Parish Councillors hold biannual Village Clinics in Station Approach Parade. Amongst the concerns raised by residents at the last clinic were local Broadband, speeding, parking, noisy leaf blowers and of course potholes. The remit of the parish council is to listen and where appropriate pass your concerns to the relevant departments at GBC and SCC.
Due to the Neighbourhood Plan Meetings in and around the Village, the Clinics have been put on hold. Look out or the next NP Open Day and come along to talk to us about any issues you may have.