WSCC Corona Virus update

From Monday 15 June, passengers will need to wear a face covering on public transport. Exemptions to the rule include young children, disabled people and those with breathing difficulties.
Advice on face coverings
General advice: Updated FAQs
Use of the free bus pass for pensioners will revert to bus travel after 9.30am on weekdays from 15 June
Be wary of coronavirus related scams! Stay scam aware.
Before you visit a Household Waste Recycling Site Plan your trip.
Sussex Day 16 JuneExplore West Sussex.
Support for carers Discover help and advice.
Help is available for vulnerable residents. Find out more.

Chichester Wellbeing services

The Chichester District  Wellbeing team want to reach out to those people who may need our help the most at this time. It can be difficult to reach these people, as many will be self-isolating or spending limited time outside of the home. So if it is possible, we would ask for your support groups help as you may be aware of people that could use our services.   Our Wellbeing Advisors are here to help, offering free support through this difficult time to improve the health and wellbeing of our Chichester District residents.

Services we provide include: Alcohol reduction service, Stop smoking service, Move it & Lose it Workshops (free weight loss course), Healthy eating advice, Pre-diabetes workshop, Falls prevention, Healthy workplaces , Home energy advice, Support with emotional wellbeing and managing stress, Access to local services, Welfare calls to support people during COVID-19
For more information you can call us on 01243 521041 or email we are available Monday – Friday from 9am to 5pm.