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Monday, 30 January 2023 17:14

Horsley Farmers Market - Update

The organising team have decided they will not be running a monthly farmers market in 2023, in the absence of sufficient new volunteers coming forward to help with planning and organisation. 

However, several of the organisers are looking at options for offering an occasional market, such as at Christmas. They have well established processes and will leave the Community Interest Company active for the time being in case they are able to continue the market in some form.

It is a great pity that it has come to this, but the current approach does not attract enough visitors to give many of our stallholders a satisfactory return; the market needs new volunteers with new ideas to help it evolve or change. 

We would like to thank Nick Clemens, East Horsley Parish Clerk and each of you who have actively supported the market over the last three years. I would also like to thank the organising team for their selfless contributions to the market since 2020 - namely David Abbott, Katie Matthews, Niki McLean and Terri Wood. 

Saturday, 28 January 2023 15:27

Crime Round Up 20th to 26th January 2023


24/1/2023 00:15 - 26/1/2023  08:45

Ockham Road North

A burglar has accessed a rear garden and then with a tool like a jemmy has forced his way into an out building and stolen an electric saw. This victim now recalls hearing a neighbour’s burglar alarm activate during the night.

Tuesday, 24 January 2023 18:04

Chalk Lane Speed Reduction

Surrey County Council (SCC) have proposed a reduction in the speed limit along Chalk Lane to 30 mph, East Horsley Parish Council (EHPC) however have requested that the limit be reduced to 20 mph.  Please click on link for a copy of EHPC's submission sent to SCC in connection with their consultation over this proposal.
Friday, 20 January 2023 15:46

Road Conditions

There is a great deal of talk in and around the Horsleys about the condition of the roads and road works. Surrey Highways report that they are inundated with surface water issues throughout the county. Their website is the most effective way of keeping up to date.

Forest Road will not be used as a diversion from the A3/M25. Traffic will be directed to Jct 9 at Leatherhead, along the A246 and through Clandon A247. The work will be night till the early hours of the morning.

Monday, 16 January 2023 14:11

Forest Road Closure - Update

The Forest Road closure near Surrey Gardens is due to a collapsed drain some four metres below the road surface. Repairs are estimated to take at least three weeks, maybe four.

As reported in the recent 'In The Know".

An appeal for witnesses after a series of burglaries in the West Horsley area on Thursday 12 January. Three properties in Heatherdene, Nightingale Crescent and Northcote Road were broken into between 6pm and 12am on Thursday 12 January.It is believed that two suspects have been involved, two properties have been entered via the first floor window and one has been entered by the rear door. An untidy search has been completed with jewellery and money being taken from the properties. If you saw anyone or any vehicles acting suspiciously in the area at the time, or have any CCTV or video doorbell footage, please contact us quoting PR/45230004477 via

Monday, 16 January 2023 13:28

Speed Limit Reductions - Update

Surrey County Council are proposing to make a reduction in the speed limit along Chalk Lane from its current formal limit of 60 mph down to 30 mph. A similar 30 mph limit is also proposed for The Drift. 

More details can be obtained from the following SCC link: A hard copy of the proposals is also available in Horsley Library. The SCC reference is ME-50085863.

Wednesday, 11 January 2023 13:46


Forest Road, Effingham Junction at the Surrey Gardens junction, has been closed for emergency roadworks by Thames Water due to a collapsed sewage drain, from 11 Jan - 21 Feb. Diversions are in place.

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