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Welcome

Welcome to the Parish Council's Website. It is hoped that you will find it interesting and informative.

It must be emphasised from the beginning that this site is designed to keep local residents informed about the Parish Council's activities. (After all, it is your money the Council is spending !). The website is not intended to duplicate any of the information contained in the existing Websites for both Copthorne and Crawley Down, the villages that comprise Worth Parish. That cannot be emphasised too strongly. Obviously there are links to both Village Websites as can be seen below, and it is to those that you should refer for information about local activities and organisations. 

June 2017

Worth Parish Council 2016 - 2017 Accounts Published

You can view and download from the Accounts section or below.

Annual Return 2016-2017

Notice Unaudited Annual Return

July 2014

Worth Parish Council Vision Plan 2014 - 2018

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April 2014

Call 101 to help stop illegal off-roading in the countryside

Click Here for Details

March 2014

Safer West Sussex Survey

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22/05/2014 - Council Meetings.

As of May 2014 all Council meetings will now start at 7:30pm.




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21/6/17 Terror Attacks

We have received the notification below from Sussex Police:

Dear Colleagues        

Following the terror attack in London outside the Muslim Welfare House on Seven Sisters Road, near Finsbury Park Mosque, the Police Service will continue to review how we are addressing community reassurance, safety and security.  

 As you will be aware, the victims were from the Muslim community, observing Ramadan. It is natural that there will be heightened concerns within our Muslim communities in Sussex, at local mosques and in surrounding communities and while details continue to emerge about this attack, our policing stance is continuously being reviewed in order for us to keep people safe. In Surrey and Sussex we continue to build flexibility within our patrols, and will be continuing to include local mosques within our targeted patrol plans.

As we approach the end of the month of Ramadan and the celebration of Eid, we are liaising with local Muslim groups and mosques to talk through any concerns and will be providing targeted police patrols to help reassure our local communities. Please can you let me or the District Commanders know if you hear of any concerns within our communities.

 As you will be aware, terrorism and extremism is not limited to people from any particular background, as this event reminds us all, and it is important that we all remain vigilant as we tackle the on-going terrorist threats from people with various motivations.

We all know that community intelligence is crucial to helping us prevent future attacks and we need to continue to ensure we are all part of the Prevent agenda and activity to combat terrorism.  I would be grateful if you could please continue to remind all your staff of the important role they can play in keeping the country safe and the responsibilities they have to look out for anything suspicious or any individuals they are concerned about and report it.

 Please report any suspicious activity using the anti-terrorist hotline number 0800 789 321 or 999 in an emergency.

For more information please visit our advice page and watch the Run, Hide, Tell video.

 We will keep you updated with any significant developments. If in the meantime you have any questions please do get in touch.

 Thank you for your continued support

 Best wishes

 Di Roskilly

Chief Superintendent
East Sussex Division
 


5/6/17 Terror Attacks - Message from Sussex Police

All policing remains under review to ensure appropriate security after the terror attacks in London last night.

Assistant Chief Constable Steve Barry, Head of Operations Command, said: “Many of us became aware of the news as it broke last night of the terror attacks in London.

“As details emerge about what happened, through this Met Police-led investigation, our thoughts are with victims and all of those involved, including those who bravely responded.

“People will see enhanced high visibility patrols at key locations across the counties as we continue to keep all policing under review across Surrey and Sussex to ensure the most appropriate security is in place to keep our communities safe.

“Policing in the UK continues to operate at a heightened state against the backdrop of a ‘severe’ threat level, which has been in place since 2014, and means that an attack is highly likely. This threat level applies to the whole of the UK and not any specific area.

“It is important for the public to work with us and remain vigilant as we tackle the on-going terrorist threat.

“Please report any suspicious activity using the anti-terrorist hotline number 0800 789 321 or 999 in an emergency.

"This is a time for us all to work closely together and unite against those who seek, through violence and extremism, to intimidate or cause fear."

For more information please visit our advice page.



 

 


Help us keep Sussex safe

Seen something suspicious or have information about a crime or incident? Please contact us online, email us at 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101.

 


31/5/17 London to Brighton Bike Ride 18th June

West Sussex County Council will shortly make a temporary Traffic Regulation Order for the traffic management needed to facilitate the London to Brighton Bike Ride 2017.  The Order closes the following roads to northbound traffic:

 

Local Road Closures for 18th June London to Brighton Bike Ride

B2028 – from the Surrey county boundary in Worth, southwards to its junction with the B2112 in Haywards Heath; and

B2112 – from its junction with the B2028 in Haywards Heath, southwards its junction with Franklynn Road; and from its junction with Rocky Lane, southwards to the East Sussex county boundary.

 

The event takes place on 18 June 2017 from 0700 hours until 1800 hours.  Access for residents and businesses situated on or adjacent to the roads will be maintained in a southbound direction only.  Alternative routes will be signed on site where necessary


Village websites

Crawley Down Neighbourhood Plan Website
Copthorne Neighbourhood Plan Website

Crawley Down Village Website
Copthorne Village Website


Council Documents

The Councillors Code of Conduct and other Council documents.

View council documents by clicking here




Worth Parish Council
1ST Floor
The Parish Hub
Borers Arms Road
Copthorne
West Sussex
RH10 3ZQ