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Household Waste Recycling Sites will start accepting more items including wood, furniture and electrical items
West Sussex County Council's Cabinet members unanimously agreed to build a new Woodlands Meed College with a budget of £20m.
Residents are being given the chance to put questions to the Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner
the County Council is urging residents to stay safe over the Bank Holiday
West Sussex County Council is opening up its Household Waste Recycling Sites for more vehicles from Saturday
Plans to boost cycling and walking provision in West Sussex
West Sussex County Council’s Cabinet members will report on the authority’s response to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak at their forthcoming meeting.
The County Council is continuing to work closely with West Sussex schools to support a phased return of pupils in a safe and managed way.
The Registration Service currently has the following guidance in place for residents wanting to register a birth or death.
Residents being reminded to stay at least two metres from others where possible
Due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic it has been agreed with the families of the victims that the inquests will now be postponed until 2021.
“The new equipment will use LED technology, improving the signals’ reliability, reducing maintenance and saving energy"
Support, advice and resources available for victims of domestic abuse and their friends and family.
The West Sussex Safeguarding Children Partnership is urging residents to help keep vulnerable children and their families safe by speaking up with any concerns
“My thoughts go to all those people affected by this announcement"
The County Council has confirmed it has developed a plan, subject to further government guidance, to safely reopen Household Waste Recycling Sites (HWRSs) next week