Edition: Winter 2022
There is much to feel positive about in 2022 as, whilst we still need to remain mindful about the pandemic, we can now slowly start to do more normal things again and enjoy reconnecting with people.
This is very much reflected in this edition where we are pleased to announce the opening of our new waterfront Discovery Hub in Warnham Local Nature Reserve. This is a real asset to the Reserve, hosting a broad selection of entertaining and informative experiences to help visitors engage with the nature around them.
We are also sharing articles about how we are supporting local businesses as they start to thrive after the lockdown, and a wide range of schemes to help residents get back into the workforce or find new training opportunities.
It also brings highlights about how we are helping our young people as we emerge from the pandemic, the success of our recent recycling trials and the re-opening of our much loved Museum & Art Gallery and all the amazing new exhibitions it has for everyone to enjoy.
Let’s continue to work together to keep Horsham District as safe as we can.
Councillor David Skipp
Chairman of Horsham District Council
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