It is now compulsory to show an approved form of photo ID for ALL local and national government elections in England.
The Specialist Coffee Association is bringing two events for coffee lovers to the Assembly Rooms on Thursday 9 February and Friday 10 February.
Holocaust Remembrance Day – the international day, on 27 January, remembering the six million Jews murdered during the Holocaust, alongside the millions of other people killed under Nazi persecution of other groups and during more recent genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur.
The next round of public consultation on Chichester’s Local Plan will begin shortly, after councillors gave it the green light.
All councillors met to discuss the draft Local Plan on Tuesday 24 January 2023 and agreed that it was now ready for residents and businesses to have their say, before submitting the plan to the Planning Inspectorate.
Sunday 8 January 2023 will see the Council House open as part of a wedding showcase.
You are invited to visit the beautiful 18th century Council Chamber in its full glory, set up ready for a wedding ceremony.
Chichester now has a new twin city, Speyer, an historic cathedral city in the Rhineland Germany.
Family history buffs can now access the Sussex electoral registers for free at West Sussex Record Office, following their launch on the Ancestry website.
Fifty community transport minibuses and volunteer cars will be wrapped in Carers Support West Sussex and Alzheimer’s Society branding to highlight support services to those caring for people with dementia across the county.
Chichester City Council’s offices will be closing for Christmas at 12 noon on Friday 23 December 2022.
We will be reopening at 9.30am on Tuesday 3 January 2023
The City Councillors and Officers wish you all a happy festive season and new year.
West Sussex County Library Service has launched a new story session called Chatterbox.
Chatterbox is a fun, interactive story session for children with English as an additional language.