Coronavirus (COVID-19): Read the latest news and service updates
help and support for vulnerable people during coronavirus is managed at either national, county or local level, depending on which groups people fall into.
It may come as a surprise to our readers that there are two well-known spies with connections to Horsham. These individuals are not usually remembered due to their spy craft, but because of other aspects of their colourful lives.
Grants now open to support Horsham District small businesses affected by Coronavirus COVID-19.
An Easter bouquet from Horsham School of Botanical Art.
Horsham’s Town Centre markets will be in operation again this Saturday (4 April) to supply essential fresh produce in the Carfax and Bishopric.
This year’s Young Enterprise Business competition has still been completed despite the Coronavirus outbreak and the local winners have been announced.
Horsham District Council, in partnership with volunteer groups has been actively helping the District’s most vulnerable people by establishing Community Volunteer Hubs.
As local food businesses respond to the challenges presented by the current COVID-19 situation, they are being reminded to not become complacent or let their regular food safety standards slip.
The Government has already relaxed a number of normal requirements but it has not yet relaxed the one for local authorities to review and prepare their Local Plans.
During the current Coronavirus outbreak the council l has received many reports and complaints that some residents are burning their garden and general waste.
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