Welcome to the Horton Parish Council website

OUR MISSION

Making the community of Horton - a better place to live, work or visit

We will endeavour to provide useful information and keep you updated on news or events. We welcome feedback or ideas, suggestions to improve or correct this web site and positively encourage community involvement.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Councillor Mrs. F. Bovingdon - Chairman

 

 

The aims and objectives of the Parish Council are:

  • To represent the interests of all residents
  • To deal with or communicate to others areas of concern
  • To improve the quality of life of all residents through local projects in conjunction with Ward Councillors and other agencies or organisations
  • To maintain and improve the local environment by facilitating community participation
  • To support financially local amenities, for example: Champney Hall, Play area, spring and winter hanging baskets, and local organisations
  • To review and comment on planning applications, new planning policies or statutory consultations
  • To budget annually for the council tax (precept) to deliver same

 

Latest News

Clerk & Responsible Finance Officer Vacancy

Published: 11 Jun 21

Horton Parish Council is looking to recruit a new Clerk and Responsible Finance Officer. The advert, the Job description, the Suitable Person spec and the Application Form are all available on line - please click on the link above Read More...

Public Health Berkshire COVID dashboard

Published: 26 Apr 21

This is the link for Public Health Berkshire: Public Health Berkshire | COVID-19 Dashboard (berkshirepublichealth.co.uk) It’s a fabulous source of information for everything to do with COVID-19 locally. The Royal Borough's case rates are updated daily on it. The weekly reports, updated on Wednesday evenings, show case breakdowns per Royal Borough ward as well as transmission rates. The site also has information about vaccinations and testing. Read More...

RIP Prince Philip

Published: 21 Apr 21

If you wish to leave your condolences please visit the Royal website. If you prefer, you can email them to Clark@HortonParishCouncil.gov.uk and we will forward them as appropriate. Read More...