Edition: Summer 2021
Although the pandemic is still with us, there is now a lot to be optimistic about, as the effects of the mass vaccination programme have come into play and the various restrictions have largely been lifted.
We extend our thanks to the many volunteers who have stepped forward to support vulnerable people at this time and continue to do so.
Let’s continue to work together to keep Horsham District as safe as we can.
In this edition we are sharing articles to highlight the support available to local residents and businesses and how we continue to adapt our services to meet their needs.
We are pleased to announce our exciting new recycling collection schemes for small electricals, textiles and batteries and we are also delighted to announce the re-opening of our much loved Museum & Art Gallery and The Capitol, which is also celebrating its 85th anniversary. So there is much to look forward to in the weeks ahead.
It brings highlights on our positive actions to reduce our carbon footprint and news of new measures to combat anti-social behaviour as we come out of lockdown.
Councillor Paul Clarke
Leader of Horsham District Council
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