Numerous local residents have alerted North Horsham Parish Council to their concerns about the damage being caused to the grass verge at Roffey Corner by parked cars. West Sussex County Council has advised that the best way to enforcedly deter parking is to apply for a TRO to paint double yellow lines on the road adjacent to the verges on Crawley Road from the bus shelter at Roffey Corner to the traffic lights. The aim is to prevent damage to the grass verge adjacent to the proposed double yellow lines. In addition, the TRO will reduce traffic congestion for commuters by increasing the capacity of the left turn only lane.
To achieve this, the Parish Council needs the support of local residents. You can do this by simply sending your name and address to: email – firstname.lastname@example.org and stating that you support the application for a TRO at Roffey Corner or by calling – 01403 750786, for the duration of the Coronavirus outbreak, there will be the ability to leave a message.
Please contact us as soon as possible by the means above to be certain your support is included.
The Met Office has extended the Level 3 Cold Weather Alert. There is a 95% probability of severe cold weather/icy conditions/heavy snow between 0900 on Wednesday 10 Feb and 0000 on Saturday 13 Feb in parts of England.
Cold weather can affect your health. The people most likely to be affected are the elderly, the very young, and people with pre-existing medical conditions.
If you know or look after someone that may be susceptible to the effects of this cold weather period please help make sure that they stay warm and well, and if possible check in advance that they are prepared for this cold spell.
Stay tuned in to weather forecasts
Check room temperatures and maintain it at 18C or warmer
Keep warm and active, and if you have to go out dress warmly and wear non slip shoes.
If you are concerned about your own health or welfare or that of others please alert the emergency services.
We all recognise how isolating the pandemic has been for many within our society. Accessing our basic needs from ordering groceries, making doctors’ appointments and claiming benefits has all moved online. Being online can also mean chatting with your loved ones and being lifted by the smile of familiar faces. Once online you can also explore your hobbies and open up a whole new world in a safe environment.
If you know of anyone in your community who needs help with basic digital skills, gaining confidence online or support getting online they can all Citizens Online’s FREE helpline on 0808 196 5883. One of their trained digital champions will offer friendly, patient support over the phone.
Citizens Online is a UK charity helping ensure the switch to online doesn’t exclude people. Visit www.citizensonline.org.uk for more information.