Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

North Horsham Parish Council joins the nation in expressing its deep sadness at this time, as we remember with affection and gratitude the lifetime of service given by Her Majesty The Queen.

The Chairman of the Council will be sending an official letter of condolence to the Royal family at this difficult time.

As a mark of respect, our flag will be flown at half- mast at Roffey Millennium Hall.

A book of condolence will be opened shortly at Roffey Millennium Hall to enable residents and visitors to express their sympathy.

Statements from the Chair of West Sussex County Council, Cllr Pete Bradbury, and Lady Emma Barnard, HM Lord-Lieutenant of West Sussex can be found at this link: 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II – West Sussex County Council

Further information about the Proclamation Day will be available in due course.

Publication Error

Please note the article from North Horsham Parish Council, in the Horsham Pages, which details the projects underway using CIL funding should state that the Real Time Passenger Information (RTPI) unit will be installed in Crawley Road, Roffey on the side of the Norfolk Arms NOT in North Heath Lane as stated in the article.

‘Jumpstart’, Horsham District’s Community Transport Forum

Are you a local community transport provider, or do you have an interest in the development of Community Transport in your area?

Then why not come along to ‘Jumpstart’, Horsham District’s Community Transport Forum?

The forum is being hosted by Horsham District Council’s Voluntary Sector Support team and Community Transport Sussex.

Date: 27 September 2022.

Location: Ashington Community Centre.

Time: 10am until 1pm.

Book via email

Or for more information phone: 01403 215191

Road Closure: Parsonage Road

Parsonage Road will be closed between Wimblehurst Road and Parsonage Way.    

The Order is necessary to protect public safety whilst level crossing maintenance works are undertaken.

The closure will came into effect on 19th August 2022 and will last for 18 months or until the proposed works are completed, whichever is earlier. The works will take place between 2300 hours and 0600 hours. It is anticipated the works will take 2 weeks to complete.

Any queries about the works to take place should be directed to Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd telephone number 0113 2775360. Any queries about the effect of the Order on vehicles using the highway should be directed to WSCC, telephone number 01243 642105.