Southwood is a truly magnificent 5 bedroom, detached, late Victorian house. The property is presented in excellent order & is set in a leafy road close to Horley town centre and train station.

Southwood is a truly magnificent 5 bedroom, detached, late Victorian house. The property is presented in excellent order & is set in a leafy road close to Horley town centre and train station.

Information about Reigate & Banstead Borough Council and its services, encompassing the towns of Reigate, Redhill, Horley and Banstead, along with information about the local area for visitors and businesses.

Information about Reigate & Banstead Borough Council and its services, encompassing the towns of Reigate, Redhill, Horley and Banstead, along with information about the local area for visitors and businesses.

Horley Carnival 2016 Horley Carnival is back again!  The date for your diary is Saturday 18th June 2016, same timings: 12-5pm, in the A23 Horley Recreation Ground!  There will of course also be the ever popular procession, which will make its way through the town to the Recreation Ground The Carnival Theme this year will … Continue reading Horley Carnival 2016

Horley Carnival 2016 Horley Carnival is back again! The date for your diary is Saturday 18th June 2016, same timings: 12-5pm, in the A23 Horley Recreation Ground! There will of course also be the ever popular procession, which will make its way through the town to the Recreation Ground The Carnival Theme this year will … Continue reading Horley Carnival 2016

Boys playing with a home-made go-kart, My brother built his and entered it in our towns derby race.His name was Sonny. He did not win 1st place but he did ok.

Boys playing with a home-made go-kart, My brother built his and entered it in our towns derby race.His name was Sonny. He did not win 1st place but he did ok.

Video – Lacklustre GFC get lucky  Monday 15th April 2013.      Chris Tardif saves a penalty against Horley Town on Friday night at Footes Lane. (Picture by Tom Tardif, 1316393)      Guernsey FC v Horley Town and Raynes Park Vale  Video courtesy of GFCTV in partnership with kings.gg    Guernsey FC 4, Raynes Park Vale 3

Video – Lacklustre GFC get lucky Monday 15th April 2013. Chris Tardif saves a penalty against Horley Town on Friday night at Footes Lane. (Picture by Tom Tardif, 1316393) Guernsey FC v Horley Town and Raynes Park Vale Video courtesy of GFCTV in partnership with kings.gg Guernsey FC 4, Raynes Park Vale 3

Video – Young ensures that star striker Allen is not missed  Monday 15th April 2013.        Guernsey FC v Horley Town and Raynes Park Vale  Video courtesy of GFCTV in partnership with kings.gg    Guernsey FC 4, Horley Town 1    THEIR star striker was out injured, but Guernsey FC need not have worried – they now have a replacement of immense quality to fill the gap.

Video – Young ensures that star striker Allen is not missed Monday 15th April 2013. Guernsey FC v Horley Town and Raynes Park Vale Video courtesy of GFCTV in partnership with kings.gg Guernsey FC 4, Horley Town 1 THEIR star striker was out injured, but Guernsey FC need not have worried – they now have a replacement of immense quality to fill the gap.

horley boss Garry Flitcroft called for improvements in defence ahead of tomorrow’s clash at Brackley Town.

horley boss Garry Flitcroft called for improvements in defence ahead of tomorrow’s clash at Brackley Town.

Big slip up  Monday 22nd April 2013.        PROMOTION is now far from assured for Guernsey FC after a mixed CCL Premier Division weekend saw them effectively lose further ground to leaders Egham Town.    The Green Lions started off their home double-header boosted by news that Egham had only drawn 1-1 at Horley Town and GFC made the most of it, hammering Hanworth Villa 5-1.    But they slipped up yesterday, losing 2-0 against Chessington & Hook United, leaving the Lions 15 points adrift.

Big slip up Monday 22nd April 2013. PROMOTION is now far from assured for Guernsey FC after a mixed CCL Premier Division weekend saw them effectively lose further ground to leaders Egham Town. The Green Lions started off their home double-header boosted by news that Egham had only drawn 1-1 at Horley Town and GFC made the most of it, hammering Hanworth Villa 5-1. But they slipped up yesterday, losing 2-0 against Chessington & Hook United, leaving the Lions 15 points adrift.

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