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Can We Help?

The Parish Council is aware of the growing older generation and the need for services in the village to assist with daily life, if you would like to volunteer or to partake of the assistance offered please call the contacts below.

Neighbourhood Connections 

This is a community project that aims to help people live happy, healthy and independent lives in Horsley.
Come and talk to a Neighbourhood Connections volunteer between 2-4pm Wednesday and Friday at Horsley Medical Practice, KIngston Avenue KT24 5QT.
To book an appointment please speak to a receptionist or call: 01483 284151
Neighbourhood Connections’ trained volunteers can provide a listening ear, information and advice about local support and activities, such as local transport, groups, household help, statutory services and more.
This is not a medical service; it’s a way to address social and practical needs and to help make connections between you and support services that may be relevant to you.

Living and ageing well in the Horsleys 

A guide to community services in East & West Horsley in a handy brochure Living and Ageing Well in the Horsleys, contact Nick Clemens for your copy 01483 281148.

Horsleys Community Bus


Local area trips to Cobham Sainsbury, Brooklands, Woking

Contact: Kelvin Hayes  

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Tel: 01483 283314   Mob: 07530 167283

East Horsley Care

East Horsley Care is a service provided to the local community. If offers transport to hospital, doctor, dental appointments etc for those who would be unable to reach these appointments without assistance.

Each year East Horsley Care assists with nearly 350 appointments, almost one each day.

The scheme is operated by volunteer drivers and controllers who make the arrangements. 

If you would like to use this service 

Please ring 01483 284802 and leave a message. The message should include:

  • your name
  • contact number
  • date of appointment
  • time of appointment
  • place of appointment

Once you have left your message the duty controller will be in touch with you to let you know the arrangements they have made.

A small charge is made for this service to cover fuel costs.

Would you like to help?

Additional drivers and controllers are always welcome. Please contact Alastair Rutherford-Warren 01483 283720. Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


West Horsley Wheel of Care

Volunteer Transport

Transport to Doctor’s appointments etc


Contact: Duty Officer 10am-12pm, Monday  to Friday

Tel: 01483 281703

Horsleys Community Fund

The Horsleys Community Fund, established in 2010, is a significant and exciting local initiative building a charitable fund specifically for the benefit of the Horsleys and its residents. By working in partnership with the Community Foundation of Surrey we have established a permanent fund that enables and encourages local giving so that as villages we can develop a greater capacity to respond to local concerns now and in the future. Grants are awarded by a panel of local people to support vulnerable local residents, improve local facilites, increase access to clubs activities and sports and preserve and enhance the villages’ heritage, culture and environment.

If you would like to donate to the Horsleys Community Fund or know of a local need which would benefit from a grant, or receive our newsletter, please contact us. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 01483 281755

Henry Smith Charity

For many years the Parish Council and St Martin's Church have been working with volunteers in the village to represent The Henry Smith Charity. You might not be aware of their work but they are an organisation with a 500-year history of helping people in the Community.

They have a simple aim “To bring about lasting change to people’s lives by funding organisations working with people to reduce social and economic disadvantage”. Laudable words but what does it mean in reality?  It means that the Trustees working in East Horsley have an amount of money granted every year and we are looking for the help of the village to suggest people who might benefit from a small grant (usually around £50) to help them through a difficult time of their lives – it won’t change their lives but it might help whilst other factors are taking time to arrange.

So if you can think of anyone in East Horsley who might benefit from a grant then please contact Nick Clemens (Parish Clerk) on 01483 281148 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

St Martin’s Court

St Martin’s Court Lunch Club brochure for Meals on Wheels

Monday-Friday 01483 284586

St Martin’s Court, St Martins Cl, East Horsley, KT24 6ST

Guildford Borough Council Community Services

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Tel: 01483 444285 

St. Martin’s Church

Beehive charitable activities

Thursday 2.00pm

St Martin’s Church, Ockham Road South, East Horsley, KT24 6RL 

St Mary’s Church

Service and Ploughmans Lunch

3rd Thursday each month

St Mary’s Church, Epsom Rd, West Horsley, KT24 6AP

Contact: Janet Strode

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Tel: 01483 283090 

Methodist Church

Coffee & Chat

Thursday 10.30-12.00

Methodist Church, The Street, West Horsley, KT24 6DD

Horsley Evangelical Church

Lunch Club

2nd Thursday each month

Horsley Evangelical Church, Ockham Road North, East Horsley, KT24 6NU

Contact: Martin Ruscoe

Tel: 01483 282985