A smoother, drier path on a section of Horsham Riverside Walk, near Hills Farm Lane, will make a positive difference to the enjoyment of this area.
As ever, cash is needed to fund the work and Horsham Town Community Partnership applied to the Aviva Community Fund.
The success of our application initially depends on local support shown by the number of votes. If we have sufficient votes, our project will then be considered by the judges.
I am writing to thank all those who responded to our requests for votes online in the competition.
It’s obvious from the number of votes cast that we have the backing of a high proportion of local people and this support strengthens our research that the project is needed and worthwhile.
Our project team is very grateful for this endorsement but has to wait a few more weeks, with fingers crossed, to hear whether our application has been successful.
By the way, if you haven’t used your votes, the last possible chance is before mid-day this Friday, 18th November. For information about voting, Horsham Town Community Partnership (HTCP) and the Riverside Walk projects, please look at the website www.horsham.community
Chair, HTCP Wimblehurst Road, Horsham
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