Timestamp: 26 November 2020
West Sussex in Tier 2 High Alert Level from 2 December
We have been advised that West Sussex will be moved to Tier 2 (High Alert) from next Wednesday 2 December. This is for areas with a higher or rapidly rising level of infections, where some additional restrictions need to be in place.
Below is a graphic with information about specific areas of our daily lives.
For full details about what you can and can't do in a Tier 2 region, please follow the button below to the Government's website.
Our Council services
Now that we have been informed about that West Sussex will be in Tier 2 High Alert from next Wednesday 2 December, our teams are working to update you about the status of our services.
We will update our website with the latest information about your District Council services, as and when it becomes available.
The Government's COVID-19 Winter Plan and Christmas
The Government have announce their Winter Plan to tackle the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic over the winter months. Follow the button below to find out more.
Making a Christmas bubble with friends and family
Christmas this year will be very different to what we are used to. The government is changing some social contact restrictions over the Christmas period from 23 and 27 December.
Follow the button below to find out about the changes and how Christmas Bubbles will work for your friends and family.
Join the climate change conversation
Have you changed your behaviour to climate change during the COVID-19 pandemic? Share your experiences as part in the West Sussex Climate Conversation.
We have joined Councils across West Sussex to ask how your behaviour has changed during the pandemic, for example working from home or exploring locally, and how this has affected our local environment.
The survey will ask you a series of questions about your lifestyle, covering topics such as work, exercise and shopping. It should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete
View local coronavirus case data
Coronavirus case data for Horsham District is published regularly by West Sussex County Council on their website.
Visit the County Council's website to download the weekly update PDF or view an online data summary.