September 2010 News
Horsham and Japanese share notes on town economies30 Sep 2010
FOUR degree level students visiting from Japan made a special trip to Horsham from their Cambridge base recently to exchange information about town economies and how to support the creation of vibrant town centres.
Don’t miss out on Festival’s last few days...29 Sep 2010
THE Horsham District Food and Drink Festival draws to a close on Sunday 3 October, but there’s still time to bag a bargain or head along to one of the events happening this weekend.
See sheep at the Reserve28 Sep 2010
WARNHAM Nature Reserve’s newest residents are eight Hebridean sheep which will be grazing on Mill Meadow (just outside the Visitor Centre) this autumn.
Changing perceptions27 Sep 2010
Deep in the heart of rural Sussex, nestling amongst the hills of the Weald and the deep wooded valleys, lies the ancient market town of Horsham.
Useful event for people aged 50+27 Sep 2010
A USEFUL event for anyone aged 50 or over is being held on Thursday (30 September) near Horsham.
More funding for Roffey Children Can Do22 Sep 2010
ROUND three of the Roffey Children Can Do initiative is now open to all eligible groups in the area who wish to apply for funding.
Latest training session for youth workers and volunteers22 Sep 2010
THOSE who work with young people are invited to take part in the next course of the Volunteer Youth Work Training Programme.
Preparing for an Ageing Population Strategy22 Sep 2010
OVER the course of the next month Horsham District Council will be carrying out public consultation about how to prepare for an ageing population strategy.
Chainsaw created sculptures for Horsham human nature project20 Sep 2010
SOME unusual wooden sculptures have been emerging in Horsham recently.
Willy Wonka to visit Horsham17 Sep 2010
Willy Wonka accompanied by her fabulous blueberryness, Violet Beauregarde, will be in Horsham this weekend.
In court for benefit fraud16 Sep 2010
A WOMAN from Ashington has been in court for Housing Benefit fraud.
Now’s the time to return your voter registration form16 Sep 2010
AT THE END of August, every home across the Horsham District was sent an annual voter registration form and now is the time to return them.
Help Horsham District businesses sweep the board16 Sep 2010
ARE you passionate about local food and drink?
Cracking down on benefit fraud16 Sep 2010
HORSHAM District Council is cracking down on those who are committing benefit fraud.
Finest local beers sampled for a quid14 Sep 2010
THE HORSHAM District Food & Drink Festival is well underway with lots of people sampling the fantastic range of produce the Horsham District has to offer.
Horsham wins gold in South East in Bloom13 Sep 2010
Horsham in Bloom is delighted and proud to announce that Horsham has won gold again in the South/South East in Bloom regional competition 2010.
New shared surface for Horsham’s East Street opens 17 September13 Sep 2010
THE new shared surface for Horsham’s East Street opens for public use on Friday 17 September.
Shining Light13 Sep 2010
A new exhibition shines a light on the glory of the illuminated letter this month at Horsham Museum and Art Gallery, displaying the richly coloured penmanship awarded to the ‘shining lights’ of the local community who a 100 years or more ago received amaz
Celebrating Black History Month in the Horsham District13 Sep 2010
HORSHAM District Council is proud to be supporting national Black History Month, which starts on Friday 1 October.
Friday Night Project @ Costa returns09 Sep 2010
FOLLOWING the popularity of the Friday Night Project @ Costa in Horsham, the initiative is set to start again this week (10 September).
New system to view planning applications09 Sep 2010
THERE’S a new system in place for members of the public to view details of planning applications received by Horsham District Council.
Horsham company helps tackle crime and disorder 08 Sep 2010
A DIGITAL media agency is helping residents in the Horsham District tackle crime and disorder.
Healthy living for the over fifties08 Sep 2010
FOLLOWING the success of last year’s ‘Life is for Living’ , another similar event is being put on soon to support the Horsham District’s older residents in leading active, healthy and independent lifestyles.
Following Shanks Pony in Chesworth08 Sep 2010
SOME unique opportunities for walkers and creative people alike are available in the Horsham District this autumn.
In court for neglected empty property08 Sep 2010
THE OWNER of a house in Billingshurst has been in court for failing to carry out works to his empty property.
Passionate foodies nibbled their way around Horsham06 Sep 2010
THE crowds came out in their thousands from far and wide for The Big Nibble in Horsham last Saturday (4 September) and what an amazing day it was….
Roses of remembrance at Hills Cemetery06 Sep 2010
A NEW memorial garden has been created at Hills Cemetery in Horsham.
Crossing Boundaries06 Sep 2010
A CELEBRATION of unity in diversity through the music and dance of different faith cultures is coming to Horsham on Saturday 9 October.
Act now to secure your say in 201102 Sep 2010
VOTERS across the Horsham District will soon be receiving their annual voter registration forms that could be the difference between having your say and losing your voice on the issues that affect you.
Licensing policy - closing date for comments nears02 Sep 2010
LOCAL businesses and residents have until 1 October to help review the Horsham District’s licensing policy.
Check rubbish and recycling collection days online02 Sep 2010
A NEW page on Horsham District Council’s website for checking rubbish and recycling collections is proving very popular.
News photographs- can they be art? 02 Sep 2010
Newspapers to be relied upon must be truthful in their reporting. The same goes for news photographs that appear in the paper.
The art of food02 Sep 2010
In ancient China, if one of their proverbs is to be believed, they supposed that although man needs flour to live, he need flowers to want to live.
New equalities and diversity calendar on Council website01 Sep 2010
THERE is a new equalities and diversity calendar on Horsham District Council’s website. The calendar features key events over the year relating to equality and diversity and will be updated over the course of the year.
Knowing our community01 Sep 2010
HORSHAM District Council is keen to know who lives in the Horsham District so that it can offer services that meet the needs of an ever changing population.