Welcome to the Horton Parish Council website

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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

Flood Information

Published: 2 Feb 21

Click on the link for useful contacts, links and instructions relating to flood threats also visit RBWM's Extreme Weather response webpage. This provides the numbers to contact and useful links together with RBWM response. https://www.rbwm.gov.uk/home/community-and-living/emergencies/extreme-weather/flooding Read More...

Coppermill Road Traffic Management scheme

Published: 20 Jan 21

RBWM will be installing a temporary road traffic management scheme in Coppermill Road in the next few weeks. Please click on the link to see the proposed initial sites for the equipment The drawing shows the build outs as permanent features, RBWM are proposing to initially introduce a trial scheme at these locations using temporary features . They would look to implement the permanent scheme later in the spring subject to satisfactory results from the trial scheme and positive public feedback. Once a consultation document is available we will let people know but in the meantime please send comments to Clerk@HortonParishCouncil.gov.uk Read More...

Champney Playing Field

Published: 12 Jan 21

The Parish Council realises the importance of outside play areas for children during lockdown and tier restrictions. They plan to keep the play equipment open and available but ask that parents and guardians follow the Play Area Guidelines (click on the link above) Read More...