Eat Out to Help Out – at Fittleworth Stores in August!

Fittleworth Stores Cafe has a 50% discount off food and drinks on Mon – Weds during August.

50% discount on cafe food and drinks has started! We are participating in the govts Eat Out to Help Out Scheme. This means that on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays during August you will get a 50% discount off all food and drinks consumed at the cafe up to a maximum discount of £10 per person. You don’t need a voucher – just turn up and eat or drink with us and your discount will be automatically applied at the till. We recover the discount from the government. So, come and support us at Fittleworth Stores and enjoy a bargain meal soon.

Don’t forget to wear your face covering in shops from Friday 24th July!

Fittleworth Stores reminds everyone over 11 years old (except those with special exemptions) :-

Don’t forget your face coverings at Fittleworth Stores from tomorrow please. Don’t forget that from tomorrow you will need a mask or face covering to enter the shop at Fittleworth Stores, unless you have a good reason for not wearing one. (Customers eating at our cafe tables outside will not need to wear face coverings.) Don’t worry if you forget to bring a face covering with you – we will have disposable masks available for purchase at our door and fabric face coverings inside.

Great British Designer Face Coverings - Mulberry, RÆBURN, Halpern, Pack of 3

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The face coverings are to be worn in shops, supermarkets, shopping centres, banks, building societies and post offices. It extends to train and bus stations and airports.

WSCC – Household Waste Recycling Sites – update

Household Waste Recycling Sites – update

The range of items accepted at Household Waste Recycling Sites (HWRSs) across West Sussex has been extended to include all waste streams, with minor exceptions, as laid out below:

  • Soil and hardcore will be accepted at all sites with the exception of Bognor, Midhurst and Westhampnett.
  • Plasterboard can be deposited at Billingshurst, Burgess Hill, Crawley, Horsham, Littlehampton, Shoreham and Worthing.
  • Asbestos can be taken to Burgess Hill, Crawley and Worthing

Trailers will permitted at Crawley, Billingshurst and Worthing, but only on weekday afternoons from 1pm – 6pm , due to the operational changes being made to sites in order for them to access safely. However, trailers will not be accepted at the other sites for the time being, nor can they enter these three sites at weekends or on weekday mornings.

Residents who wish to take a van, pickup truck or trailer must also display the appropriate free permit, further details of which can be found online.

You can find more information and the full statement on our website.

Don’t forget your ID…

Residents are required to show one of the forms of ID detailed below at the entrance, in order to use the site. Access to the sites will be denied if proof of residency is not shown, or you live outside of West Sussex, with turning areas provided for those who are not able to use the site.

  • Current driving licence (a photo card or paper licence will be accepted) – preferred option
  • Council Tax bill – from the current Council Tax financial year
  • Utility bill (gas, electric or water) – less than a year old
  • TV licence less than a year old
  • Letter from HMRC or the Home Office – less than a year old

Only original and printed paper copies are acceptable. Allowing the use of digital copies of documents was considered but it was felt that the potential issues, such as lack of internet connection, could result in traffic congestion.

The Swan is open: book your place for food and drink

The Swan welcomes you back – with limited numbers, social distancing, one way routes and bookable places.

Please contact enquiries@theswanfittleworth.co.uk to book your table inside or out in the garden.

Opening times are:-

4th July Bar:1200-2200 Food: 1200-1430 & 1800-2030
5th July Bar:1200-2000 Food: 1200-1500
6th July Closed Closed
7th July Closed Closed
8th July Bar:1200-2200 Food: 1200-1430 & 1800-2030
9th July Bar:1200-2200 Food: 1200-1430 & 1800-2030
10th July Bar:1200-2200 Food: 1200-1430 & 1800-2030
11th July Bar:1200-2200 Food: 1200-1430 & 1800-2030
12th July Bar:1200-2000 Food: 1200-1500

Fittleworth Sports and Social Club opening arrangements from 4th July

We are pleased to say we will be opening again from Saturday 4th July. We have completed our Risk Assessment and have made the decision that unfortunately during the transitional time for all hospitality venues,  we can only be open for our Members.

 

We hope to welcome new faces and new members soon and will keep you posted on when this is likely to be. We are sorry about this but hope you can understand the reasons for this decision.

 

STAY ALERT AND STAY SAFE

 

Watch out for the Questionnaire that is being delivered to all households and is also available digitally for you to tells us what you want to see at the Sports & social club in future.

 

The 3rd July Fittleworth e-Newsletter is here now

The Parish e-Newsletter for 3rd July is now available; please go to clerk@fittleworth-pc.org.uk mob. 07411 571500 and sign up with your e-address to receive your copy directly  (if you have already signed up and it’s not in your Inbox yet, please check your Spam). Now that information is arriving less frequently, the newsletter will appear less frequently. The next one near the end of  July.

To read it here, please open the link:-

https://mailchi.mp/2ff791dbe040/fittleworth-parish-e-newsletter-7853161?e=8daf804711

 

 

PLAYGROUND, YOUTH AREA & OUTDOOR GYM EQUIPMENT – REOPENING 4th July

The Parish Council are pleased to announce that the Playground, Youth Area and Outdoor Gym Equipment will be open from 4th  July. Please follow the COVID-19 RULES below. The Parish Council thank you for your co-operation in order to safeguard the health and well being of our community.

 

FITTLEWORTH PLAYGROUND, YOUTH AREA & GYM EQUIPMENT

COVID 19 – RULES – FROM 4TH JULY 2020

IF YOU ARE UNWELL, SUFFERING OR SHOWING ANY COVID-19 SYMPTOMS PLEASE DO NOT ENTER ANY OF THESE AREAS

PLAYGROUND COVID 19 RULES

IT IS THE USERS RESPONSIBILITY TO ADHERE TO THESE RULES

IF THE RULES ARE NOT ADHERED TO THE PARISH COUNCIL HAVE THE RIGHT TO CLOSE THE PLAYGROUND AT ANY TIME

 THE NUMBER OF PARENTS AND CHILDREN IN THE PLAYGROUND AT ANY ONE TIME IS

ADULTS – 3            CHILDREN – 5

ONLY 1 FAMILY MEMBER ACCOMPANYING A CHILD

 

EACH PIECE OF EQUIPMENT IS LIMITED TO CHILDREN FROM THE SAME HOUSEHOLD ONLY

 

ONLY ONE SWING TO BE USED AT ANY ONE TIME

 

ONLY ONE HOUSEHOLD TO USE A BENCH AT ANY ONE TIME

TIME LIMIT IN THE PLAYGROUND

15 MINUTES (IF A CHILD IS WAITING TO ENTER THE PLAYGROUND)

FOR ALL AREAS

AT ALL TIMES ADHERE TO CURRENT SOCIAL DISTANCING RULES WHILE USING THE PLAYGROUND, YOUTH AREA OR ADULT GYM EQUPMENT

 

CLEANING & HYGIENE

PARENTS AND USERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO BRING HAND SANITISER GEL OR WIPES TO CLEAN THE EQUIPMENT BEFORE AND AFTER USE

 

PARENTS AND USERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO BRING HAND SANITISER GEL OR WIPES TO CLEAN AND THEIR CHILDREN’S HANDS AFTER USING EACH PIECE OF EQUIPMENT

 

PARENTS OF USERS AND USERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO FOLLOW HAND HYGIENE GUIELINES PARTICULARLY AT THE BEGINNING AND END OF PLAY

 

PLEASE REMIND CHILDREN NOT TO PUT THEIR MOUTHS ON EQUIPMENT OR THEIR HANDS IN THEIR MOUTHS

 

PARENTS OF USERS AND USERS ADVISED NOT TO TOUCH THEIR FACES AND TO COUGH OR SNEEZE INTO A TISSUE OR ARM WHEN A TISSUE IS NOT AVAILABLE

 

FOOD AND DRINK BANNED IN THE PLAYGROUND

CONSUMPTION OF FOOD OR DRINK ON PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT OR IN THE PLAYGROUND AREA IS BANNED

 

LITTER

PARENTS, GUARDIANS OR CARERS SHOULD DISPOSE OF ALL LITTER INCLUDING ANY USED PROTECTIVE WEAR SUCH AS FACE COVERINGS OR GLOVES PROPERLY IN LITTER BINS OR TAKING IT HOME

 

PLEASE REMEMBER – ALLOWING CHILDREN TO USE PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT IS DONE AT THEIR OWN RISK

DATED: 2 JULY 2020