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Horse Hill Climate Emergency Demo this Saturday 26 October

In July 2019, Surrey County Council declared climate emergency. Two months later, they gave the go-ahead to plans for four more oil wells and 20 years of production at Horse Hill, near Horley.

To highlight the dangers of more oil drilling in a time of climate emergency, there will be a peaceful demonstration on Saturday, 26 October 2019 from 10.30am to 1pm, organised by Horse Hill Rebel Alliance, a collaboration of climate campaign groups.

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Meet by 10.30am at the junction of the A217 (Reigate Road) with Horse Hill (opposite the Black Horse pub). We will walk to the drill site for a rally with speakers at 12 noon. There will also be shuttles from Horley train station.

Please bring:

  • banners, placards, flags
  • your friends and families
  • your smiles

There will be tea and coffee and cake.

If you can assist with stewarding, teas and coffees, or publicising this event, please contact horsehillrebelalliance@protonmail.com

Getting there
There will be a shuttle bus from Horley station to the meeting point. Or get the 100 Fastway bus from Gatwick Airport to Povey Cross, then it’s a 15 minute walk to the meeting point.

Parking is limited so please don’t drive if you can get there another way.  If you do drive, allow time to find a parking space and walk to the meeting point.

Sign up on the Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1006470126351417/

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