Click on the link below to see the report from our Neighbourhood Wardens, Alison Page and Lucy Hallett, on their activities in June 2020:
The next meeting of Horsham Trafalgar Neighbourhood Council will take place on Monday, 20th July at 7:30pm.
Please note that this will be a virtual meeting, as will all Council meetings be until further notice. Members of the public are welcome to submit questions or to ask to be included in the virtual meeting by contacting the clerk at email@example.com
Click on the link below to see the report from our Neighbourhood Wardens, Alison Page and Lucy Hallett, on their activities in May 2020:
West Sussex County Council is consulting on a proposal to change The Forest School, Horsham from a single sex boys’ school to a co-educational school. The proposal, if approved, would mean that the school would admit boys and girls into Year 7 with effect from September 2021 and each year thereafter. Existing year groups would remain single sex until September 2025 when all year groups would be co-educational.
The consultation began on 1 June 2020 and runs for four weeks until 29 June 2020. Further details of the consultation are available via the following link on the West Sussex County Council ‘Have Your Say’ website:
Horsham District Council are keen to share information about scams with residents in the district, particularly the elderly and vulnerable although anyone can fall victim if caught unawares.
Please click on the link below to access the document provided to us by HDC’s Community Safety Officer:
The Neighbourhood Wardens for the unparished area of Horsham Town – Alison Page and Lucy Hallett – had a particularly busy month in April, and Horsham Trafalgar Neighbourhood Council would like to thank them in particular for their efforts in supporting our community as part of Horsham District Council’s Red Response Team helping those in need during the COVID-19 crisis. You can access their report via the link below: