Edition: Winter 2020/2021
Did you know that Horsham Town Centre has three neighbourhood councils instead of a town council?
Denne, Forest and Trafalgar Neighbourhood Councils are non-political, represent local residents and help to make sure their voices are heard at District and County levels.
So just what do they get involved in?
“Planning applications, potholes and parking, neighbourhood wardens, green spaces including Horsham Park, consultations on town projects and the Local Plan – we care about all of it. We listen to your concerns, and either help you ourselves, or quickly find the right person you should talk to.”
Normally each Neighbourhood Council holds a monthly meeting that residents are welcome to attend. In the current crisis, if you’re interested in finding out more, visit the Councils’ websites, Facebook pages or contact them by email.
Denne Neighbourhood Council
Pictured: Trudie Mitchell, Chairman, Denne Neighbourhood Council
Forest Neighbourhood Council
Pictured: Diane Sumpter, Chairman, Forest Neighbourhood Council
Trafalgar Neighbourhood Council
Pictured: Martin Boffey, Chairman, Trafalgar Neighbourhood Council
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