We have a dedicated team whose aim is to create a site full of pages of general local interest; a portal for keeping everyone informed of new and exciting things happening in the village and the area around us and to allow local businesses to advertise their products and services for a very small annual fee.
Click here for the local weather forecast for Horton and Broadway
Horton Parish Council now have a web presence please click on: www.hortonparishcouncil.org.uk
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As a consequence, the webmasters and others who control specific pages, maintain personal data computer records for those who display information on the website. This data is stored electronically and password protected and we place the utmost importance on individuals right to privacy so we will not respond to any 3rd party request for information, other than that displayed on the website, without the data owner's prior permission.
Contributors to this website may request details of any personal information and add, delete or change that information by contacting the webmasters using the links on the various webpages.
The Horton Village Playing Field Project
To visit the Playing
Field project website
please click on the
icon and learn more
about what is
happening to develop
a recreation area for all
HOT off the PRESS
A new Shuttle Bus service has started in September from Ashill to Ilminster and it runs through Horton
To read, download and print the timetable click on this link: Local Services
The Horton Village Agent
The Somerset Village Agent project is run by the Community Council for Somerset (CCS) and now covers half of the county.
There's a dedicated page on the website where you can read more about the type of service and help the agent is able to offer.
This year, Remembrance Sunday falls on the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.
One villager has provided the website with a brief story about her grandfather William Perry and a photograph of him and his wife.
To read and see the photograph please click here