Age UK East Grinstead and District offers practical advice and support on 01342 327046
News from Ashdown Forest Health Centre, Forest Row
Statement from Practice Manager
Repeat medication can be requested online, after registering using the form on the website here.
If you receive your medication from the dispensary at Ashdown Forest Health Centre, and you are over the age of 70, your medication will be delivered to you from the 6th April and you do not need to collect it.
Click here for more information about what is being accepted at the sites.
Anyone visiting a site is asked to follow the social distancing measures in place for everyone’s safety.
West Sussex libraries are now reopening. Click here for more information. You can still access the library service online, including borrowing of ebooks and magazines. Click here for details.
Schools are only open for children who need to attend because they are vulnerable or their parents are critical workers. For information about WSCC school service, click here
For Government information, click here
Mid Sussex District Council services
Bonfires during lockdown
Waste and recycling services are currently operating normally.
From the 24th March, all enclosed spaces in MSDC’s parks were closed. This included playgrounds, sports courts and pitches, outdoor gyms. The pavilion at John Pears is closed.
The tennis courts at John Pears were reopened on the 13th May. Bookings and payments must be made online through Mid Sussex District Council’s website, and Government and LTA advice must be followed when playing. Click here for the link.
fees are £6.55 full rate, £3.30 junior rate
The code for the key safe will be provided in the confirmation email.
Ashurst Wood Community Tennis Club members can play for free, but must still book the courts online. Click here for more information about the club.
Ashurst Wood Village Centre is closed and not available for hire until further notice.
The Village Council’s office is staffed part-time but is closed to the public.
Sussex Local Resilience Forum
The county’s public and emergency services are working together to support vital services, protect the most vulnerable and mitigate the impact of the coronavirus on our communities and businesses.
Sussex Police: be on the alert for fraudsters taking advantage of the vulnerable during the current crisis. There has only been one reported case in Sussex, but nationally there have been more than 100 reports, so while there is no need to panic, everyone should be aware of the possibility of attempted scams.