Cllr Alicia Smith has stepped down from the Parish Council due to personal commitments. Alicia was a great supporter of the North Horsham parish Neighbourhood Plan and her contribution to the local community has been greatly appreciated. She is wished well in the future.
The vacancy has been notified to Horsham District Council and a notice will be displayed on all Parish Council notice boards and on the website from 23rd March 2018.
For more details contact the Parish Clerk.
North Horsham Parish Council congratulated Cllr Tony Rickett on being awarded the British Empire Medal for 40 years service to tennis at the last Parish Council Meeting.
New 2018/19 Annual Parking Discs for car parking in any of Horsham District’s rural market towns and at Godwin Way Car Park, Roffey are now available to buy from Horsham District Council.
The new 2018/19 parking disc will be valid from 1 April 2018 to 31 March 2019 with existing discs expiring on 31 March 2018. A single Annual Parking Disc costs £12 per year. Additional discs are available for users with more than one car per household at a cost of £6 a year, with up to a maximum of four discs per household.
To buy an annual parking disc for 2018/19 and for more details of the scheme go online to: http://www.horsham.gov.uk/annualparkingdisc.
Alternatively, the Council can take your payment by phone via their Contact Centre on 01403 215100.
If users prefer not to buy a disc, they can buy a Pay & Display ticket at 75p for the 1st hour and £1.50 for up to the maximum permitted stay within each car park. Cash, card and mobile phone payments are available at all machines.
For users needing to park for their work, there is limited availability for long stay parking season tickets. For further details about these please email email@example.com
For more general information and details on maximum stay times available, please visit http://www.horsham.gov.uk/annualparkingdisc.
North Horsham Parish Council was very saddened to hear that one of its Councillors, Roger Wilton, passed away on 19th February 2018. Roger had lived in Horsham for most of his adult life and was actively involved with local community organisations such as the Roffey Youth Centre and Sayers Croft Environmental Education Centre. He was co-opted on to North Horsham Parish Council in March 2009 joining his wife Sally Wilton as a fellow Parish Councillor. He also served as a District Councillor representing Roffey Ward. Roger served as Chairman of the Council from 2011 to 2017 and it was during his tenure that Horsham Bowls Club moved from just off the Bishopric to their new home next to Holbrook Tythe Barn maximising the use of Parish Council land.
Tributes were led by current Parish Council Chairman, Cllr Alan Britten, who said that “Roger was a friend to many people, an approachable man who when asked would always give sensible and thought out advice. I looked forward to his presence at meetings for his considerable knowledge of the local community and what he felt was in its best interest.”
Cllr Peter Burgess, the longest serving Councillor on North Horsham Parish Council said that “Roger always had a huge enthusiasm, a wide range of interests, an ability to bring people together and to consensus. His humour was one of his greatest assets.”
Cllr Ray Turner, who was Chairman when Roger was co-opted in 2009 commented that “Roger gave a major contribution to the community over the years, to Horsham as a whole and to North Horsham in particular.”
Roger will be missed by all of his colleagues at the Parish Council and their thoughts are with his wife Sally, family and friends.
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