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Coronavirus Pandemic Resident Survey May 2020: Message from West Sussex County Council

"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 us how your lives have changed, how you are coping and what your thoughts are on life after this crisis. Your answers will help to shape our response to the current crisis as well as our plans for the future.

Please take 10-15 minutes out of your day to complete this very important survey by Sunday 31 May 2020.

Thank you in advance for your time and for your continued support."


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Good Evening All,
Beware of the email scam shown below, on no account respond just delete.
Kind Regards
David Hansford
Chair Adur NHW

Date: 2020-05-19
We're sorry to let you know that your TV License could not be automatically renewed.
As we couldn't take the latest payment from your bank account, this amount will also need to be paid when you set up your new Direct Debit.
Remember, if you don't keep up with your payments, we may be forced to cancel your license or pass your details to a debt collection agency.
To change your payment method, have a look at all your options.
So, all you need to do is make sure there's enough money in your account.
Or , if you prefer to pay the missed amount now, you can sign in online and pay using your debit or credit card.
While you're signed in, please make sure we have your correct bank details.
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Best Regards,TV Licensing Team "


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Safe Space for Victims Re-Launched in Lockdown.
Click here for more details on our dedicated webpage 
or click on the following link  Safe Space Sussex

Published 11 May 2020



News from West Sussex County Council, 7 May 2020: we are reopening our Household Waste Recycling Sites


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Dear residents and partners,

Household Waste Recycling Sites 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 sites there are several things you need to consider.

Before planning your journey you should:

  • Consider whether your journey is essential. You should only visit a site if your waste presents a risk of injury or harm to health and cannot be put out with your regular kerbside collection. If it doesn’t please safely store your items at home for now.  
  • Check our opening hours. Sites will be running their usual summer opening days and hours. Not all sites are open every day, so please make sure to check before making a journey - visit West Sussex Recycles for more information.


Before visiting a site please note:

  • Only garden waste and general household waste will be accepted. Garden waste means green waste such as grass cuttings and hedge trimmings. General household waste (or “black bag” waste) is the types of items that are collected in your kerbside collection such as food or non-recyclable packaging, and does not include electrical items, textiles, bulky items, furniture or general recycling. General household waste items brought to the sites at this time will be sent to landfill. We hope to be able to accept other items soon.
  • We hope to be able to accept other items soon.
  • Please continue to use your household collections for recycling and general waste where possible, and only visit the site if the journey is essential.
  • Only cars will be allowed on site. Trailers and large vehicles such as vans and pickups will not be allowed access at this time.
  • The mobile site at Selsey and the Witterings will not be opening for the time being.


Once at the sites there will be certain measures in place for the safety of visitors and staff:

  • The number of vehicles accessing the sites will be restricted. Visitors should expect long delays at sites and should delay their visit to avoid the first couple of weeks if possible.
  • There will be no pedestrian access at any of the sites under the current social distancing measures
  • Social distancing barriers will be in place. Visitors will be directed into enclosed bays to dispose of their waste.
  • Only one person will be allowed to get out of a vehicle. Please travel to the sites alone if possible. If other people travel to the site with you, they must remain in the vehicle.
  • Site staff will not be able to help unload your waste and recycling. Please do not bring anything that you cannot safely remove from your car on your own.

Before you plan your journey to a site please read our latest update which will give you further details.



Planning Applications in the parish

For further details and the full list of  the most recent applications in the parish, please click on this link for our dedicated webpage


Covid-10 (Coronavirus)
Please click here on our dedicated webpage for updates on local support and information

·       Parish Councillor Vacancies

There are vacancies for co-option on the Parish Council: 1 on the WashingtonWard and 2 on the Heath Common Ward. If you are interested in becoming a councillor, please contact the Clerk for an application form on:  0777 6771921;email: clerk@washingtonparish.org.uk. 

Please click here for details

Bin collection timetable
For a schedule of Horsham District Council recycling and general waste collection dates in the parish, please click here