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UPDATE - Chichester District Council

Thursday 28 May 2020 Issued by the Communications Team – publicrelations@chichester.gov.uk www.chichester.gov.uk/coronavirus www.twitter.com/ChichesterDC www.facebook.com/ChichesterDistrictCouncil This briefing is to keep you updated on the evolving situation around coronavirus (COVID-19) and the actions being taken in the district.  Who does it affect? Residents and businesses within the district Chichester District Council staff and... read more »

West Sussex County Council - Town and Parish News - 28 May 2020

>Issue 15 | June 2020 Household Waste Recycling Sites - more items accepted Our Household Waste Recycling Sites (HWRS) will start accepting more items from this Monday (1 June). Residents will be able to dispose of garden waste, general household waste, wood, cardboard, electrical items, bulky items, white goods and... read more »

UPDATE - Coronavirus update from Chichester District Council

Thursday 21 May 2020 Issued by the Communications Team – publicrelations@chichester.gov.uk www.chichester.gov.uk/coronavirus www.twitter.com/ChichesterDC www.facebook.com/ChichesterDistrictCouncil This briefing is to keep you updated on the evolving situation around coronavirus (COVID-19) and the actions being taken in the district.  Who does it affect? Residents and businesses within the district Chichester District Council staff and... read more »

A letter to schools from the Mayor of Chichester

The Mayor of Chichester, Councillor Richard Plowman, has written to all schools in Chichester to let them know about the Mayor's Hardship Fund. CHICHESTER CITY COUNCIL The Council House • North Street • CHICHESTER... read more »

Chichester City Council meetings resume - virtually

With effect from Wednesday 27 May 2020, Chichester City Council will be resuming it's Council and Committee meetings. Until further notice, due to the current Coronavirus pandemic and public health concerns, all meetings will be held virtually. The current meetings calendar can be found here - Chichester City Council meetings... read more »

UPDATE - Coronavirus update from West Sussex County Council - 15 May 2020

Dear residents and partners, We know that the current situation is affecting our residents in various different ways and we would like to understand how we can effectively support you. We are launching a survey to gather your views and to assess the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on your lives. Tell... read more »

Open letter from the Mayor of Chichester - 14 May 2020

The Mayor of Chichester, Councillor Richard Plowman, has written an open letter to the City of Chichester. You can download a PDF of it here: Open letter from the Mayor of Chichester - 14 May 2020 read more »

UPDATE - Chichester District Council Coronavirus update

Thursday 14 May 2020 Issued by the Communications Team – publicrelations@chichester.gov.uk www.chichester.gov.uk/coronavirus www.twitter.com/ChichesterDC www.facebook.com/ChichesterDistrictCouncil This briefing is to keep you updated on the evolving situation around coronavirus (COVID-19) and the actions being taken in the district. Who does it affect? Residents and businesses within the district Chichester District Council staff and... read more »

UPDATE - West Sussex Household Waste Recycling Sites now open with limited service

Household Waste Recycling Sites - update Household Waste Recycling Sites (HWRSs) across West Sussex will begin reopening from Monday 11th May for limited materials. If you are thinking of taking a trip to one of the HWRSs there are several things you need to consider. Before planning your journey you should: Consider... read more »

Coronavirus update from Chichester District Council

Wednesday 6 May 2020 Issued by the Communications Team – publicrelations@chichester.gov.uk www.chichester.gov.uk/coronavirus www.twitter.com/ChichesterDC www.facebook.com/ChichesterDistrictCouncil This briefing is to keep you updated on the evolving situation around coronavirus (COVID-19) and the actions being taken in the district. Who does it affect? Residents and businesses within the district Chichester District Council staff and... read more »

West Sussex County Council confirms when and how household waste recycling sites will reopen

PRESS RELEASE - 5 May 2020 County Council confirms how and when Household Waste Recycling Sites will reopen Household Waste Recycling Sites (HWRSs) across West Sussex will reopen from Monday 11th May, the County Council has confirmed. Final preparations to reopen the sites are being completed this week, taking into account the... read more »

VE Day 75 - Friday May 8 2020

During these unprecedented times, there have been necessary changes to how the nation can mark the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War in continental Europe. Below are some links to help you discover what is going on locally and nationally to mark this momentous day. UK... read more »

UPDATE - useful contacts and local businesses currently operating

As everyone is aware, there is a huge effort under way in the country to provide support, assistance and advice to those in need. Further to our regular updates and contact points, the following list has been compiled by community groups and volunteers to highlight some of the hardworking services,... read more »

FREE online courses from MIND West Sussex for those supporting young people in the area

See what's new on-line from West Sussex Mind Free for parents and carers, volunteers, teachers and any staff who work with young people in West Sussex Youth Mental Health First Aid awareness, emotional resilience, LGBTU+, anxiety, Living Works START suicide prevention and autism and ADHD West Sussex Mind training services are extending their on-line offer for both volunteers, professional staff... read more »

An open letter from the Mayor of Chichester - 27 April 2020

The Mayor of Chichester, Councillor Richard Plowman, has written an open letter to the City of Chichester. You can download a PDF of it here: Open letter from the Mayor of Chichester - 27 April 2020 read more »

West Sussex County Council - support contacts for vulnerable residents

Below are a number of useful contacts of organisations, voluntary groups and support groups that can help during this time from organising NHS free prescription delivery service, welfare call lines and groups around mental health support. If you need to talk or find out information about what is happening... read more »

CORONAVIRUS - an update from West Sussex County Council

Issued on Friday 24 April 2020:   Dear residents and partners, As the weather remains pleasant it might be tempting to spend more time outside or to arrange to meet friends and family. We wish to remind you of the social distancing rules and stress the importance of adhering to them. You should... read more »

CORONAVIRUS - An update from Chichester District Council

Wednesday 22 April 2020 Issued by the Public Relations Team – publicrelations@chichester.gov.uk www.chichester.gov.uk/coronavirus www.twitter.com/ChichesterDC www.facebook.com/ChichesterDistrictCouncil This briefing is to keep you updated on the evolving situation around coronavirus (COVID-19) and the actions being taken in the district.   Who does it affect? Residents and businesses within the district Chichester District Council staff... read more »

District Dispatch - an update from the Leader of the District Council

District Dispatch - from the Leader of Chichester District Council  As everyone is aware, the government has extended the lockdown period for at least another three weeks. This means more than ever that we need to look out for those who are most vulnerable. It could be making a phone... read more »

Sussex Police - appeal for PPE to help protect frontline workers

Sussex Police have issued the following press release to appeal for PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) for frontline workers in the West Sussex, East Sussex and Brighton and Hove areas: Appeal for PPE to protect frontline workers of Sussex continues Public service organisations continue... read more »

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