Category Archives: County or District Information

WSCC Bus Survey Routes 69 & 71

Further to the recent Bus Strategy Consultation, West Sussex County Council would like to know more about how passengers use their supported bus routes across the county.

Most routes in West Sussex are operated by bus companies on a commercial basis, and these are not part of this survey. However, some routes receive a subsidy from WSCC to help them run. Listed below are the bus services which are currently either wholly or partly subsidised by the county council and are included in this additional survey:

Arriva – 63,  Brighton & Hove – 59A,  Compass Travel – 8/8A, 16, 19, 30, 31, 33, 36A/36C, 39, 42, 52, 62, 64, 66A/66C, 67, 69, 71, 74/74A/74B, 85/85A, 89, 93, 96, 99, 100, 150,  Metrobus- 61, 65, 84, 98, 200, 270, 272, 291, 606, 610, 692, 693, Stagecoach – 46, 47, 50, 54, 56, 70, 91/92/93,  Shared Taxi Service – Billilinks (Villages Transport Link)

WSCC is keen to gather feedback from passengers and others to help them understand the impact of any potential changes to the routes above. If you require any further information or to access the online questionnaire please go to: www.westsussex.gov.uk/buses , or call 01243 642105 for a paper copy.

Closing date for responses is 18th November 2018

Starting School in September 2019

Was your child born between 1 September 2014 and 31 August 2015?

If so then he or she is eligible to start school in September 2019. Apply online!
It’s simple, convenient and time-saving. If your application is received after the deadline of Tuesday 15 January 2019, your chance of securing a place at one of your preference schools could be seriously affected.

Deadline: Tuesday 15 January 2019

For more information please refer to the WSCC’s poster: WSCC Starting School Poster 2019

WSCC Chanctonbury County Local Committee Meeting – 30th July

WSCC Chanctonbury County Local Committee Meeting

Monday 30 July 2018, at Ashurst Village Hall, Ashurst, Near Steyning, BN44 3AP.

Velo South pre-event between 6.15pm and 6.55pm:

 You are invited to attend, prior to the main Committee Meeting, for the chance to speak to CSM Active about how the Velo South cycling event (23 September 2018) will affect the Chanctonbury area.

The full committee meeting will start at 7pm and includes the following agenda items:

 Partridge Green – Bines Road – Proposed Traffic Regulation Order – Recommendation request to implement a speed reduction in conjunction with the extra measures recommended by Sussex Police.

 Consideration of Community Initiative Fund applications

 Talk With Us – Public Questions Time. If you have a question, please do contact us in advance.

West Sussex County Council – Crowd Funding Platform

West Sussex County Council has recently launched a crowdfunding platform called the West Sussex Crowd. Its aim is to help community groups and projects raise money and gather support. Anyone, from local businesses to individuals, can make a pledge. West Sussex County Council is also making £330,000 available to pledge to projects on the site.

WSCC are trying to spread the word and encourage as many local communities as possible to make the most of this.  You can find out more about the West Sussex Crowd here: www.westsussexcrowd.org.uk

 

“Level 3 Heat Warning” Issued by WSCC

Residents in West Sussex are being advised to take precautions with heatwave conditions continuing this week, according to the Met Office.

A Heat Health Watch Level 3 has been issued for the South East from today (2 July) until tomorrow night, with highs of 31˚C during the day, and 16˚C expected overnight.

High temperatures are then expected to continue into the weekend.

Some tips on how to cope in the hot weather are:
• avoid getting too hot in the first place – keep windows closed if it is cooler inside, close curtains or blinds. Open windows again when it starts to get cooler outside and temperatures drop but be mindful of security
• check your home’s thermostat or thermometer to see how hot your home is getting
• have plenty of cold drinks and avoid alcohol
• have regular cool baths and showers
• avoid being outside during the hottest part of the day (11am to 3pm), stay in the shade and avoid strenuous activity
• wear appropriate cool, light clothing and a hat
• when going outside, make sure you and your family use sun cream at all times to protect your skin

For more advice, you can visit our Safer Seasons page.

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