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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Latest information and advice for residents and businesses in Horsham District.

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Neighbourhood wardens

Based within the community, our neighbourhood wardens work alongside partner agencies to improve the quality of life for everyone and promote community cohesion and resilience. The wardens undertake a number of activities, including enforcement to community development.

The wardens can help the community in the following ways:

  • Provide a reassuring, uniformed patrolling presence.
  • Provide an efficient eyes and ears service aimed at reducing fear of crime and improving the quality of life.
  • Deal with environmental crime issues, notably dog fouling and littering, and help to preserve the environment.
  • Reduce incidents of criminal damage and antisocial behaviour by taking enforcement action where necessary, including issuing Fixed Penalty Notices, or referring to the police.
  • Support the community by encouraging the establishment of activities for young people.
  • Support vulnerable members of the community by preventing isolation.
  • Offer advice on crime prevention and fire safety in the home.
  • Work in partnership with other agencies to help benefit the community. Act as professional witnesses.

The wardens are not:

  • A replacement for the police
  • An emergency service or response team
  • A 24/7 service. There will be times when no wardens are on duty
  • A care service. The neighbourhood wardens are able to signpost elderly and vulnerable people to relevant agencies
  • Parking wardens. The neighbourhood wardens cannot issue parking tickets
Crime and anti-social behaviour should be reported to the police on 101. In an emergency, always call 999.

As a service, we believe that prevention is better than cure and as a result the team spend time working to prevent issues by dealing with the long-term causes in partnership with other agencies rather than just the symptoms.

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Ashington Parish wardens

Bryony Sparks (left): 07764 146368

Christina Arnold (right): 07764 146367

Email: ashington.wardens@horsham.gov.uk

Billingshurst Parish wardens

Barry Faust (left): 07795 051516

Glyn Thomas (right): 07795 051529

Email: billingshurstwardens@horsham.gov.uk

Horsham Town (Denne, Trafalgar and Forest Neighbourhoods) wardens

Alison Page (left): 07795 051555

Lucy Hallett (right): 07795 051561

Email: horsham.neighbourhoodwardens@horsham.gov.uk

Pulborough Parish wardens

Vanessa Green (right): 07584 337475

Carol Boniface (left): 07584 337476

Email: pulborough.wardens@horsham.gov.uk

Coronavirus community support

The local Pulborough community have produced a Pulborough Coronavirus Community Information pack.

Southwater Parish wardens

Jacquie Cave (right): 07789 943156

Dominic Woodhead (left): 07789 943193

Email: southwater.wardens@horsham.gov.uk

Steyning, Bramber and Upper Beeding wardens

Paul Conroy (left): 07734 387889

Michael Pearce (right): 07734 387888

Email: SBUB.wardens@horsham.gov.uk

Storrington and Sullington Parish wardens

Steve Christian (left): 07789 943201

Chris Poore (right): 07795 046743

Email: storrington-sullingtonwardens@horsham.gov.uk