Homelessness in the Parish

 www.streetlink.org.uk

The way Streetlink works is that the call centre contacts local services. The Outreach workers have to be able to find the homeless person in the evening. So if you make a referral during the daytime, it’s worth trying to establish where the homeless person intends to spend the night. Of course some may not want to say, and that has to be respected.
The Outreach worker will try to get the person to engage with homelessness services, which can include hostel referral, medical and addiction help, financial advice etc., all with the aim of getting the person off the streets and into permanent accommodation.
Winter Emergency Services
 Turning Tides in Worthing. https://www.turning-tides.org.uk,  list of night shelters, which are open October-March. In Worthing these are organised by Storm Ministries and in Horsham by Horsham Churches Together/Horsham Matters. Some shelters only open when the temperature drops below freezing for several nights in a row.
Information from Turning Tides website about accessing the night shelters: https://www.turning-tides.org.uk/night-shelters/
Storm Ministries website, organisers or Worthing Winter Night Shelters: https://www.stormministries.org/
Horsham Churches Together/ Horsham Matters, organiser of Horsham Winter Night Shelters:
https://horsham-matters.org.uk/night-shelter/
Stonepillow: Organisers of SWEP (Severe Weather Emergency Provision) in Bognor and Chichester
https://stonepillow.org.uk/swep-is-in-place-in-these-freezing-conditions/
https://stonepillow.org.uk/winter-night-shelter-opening-soon/www.Turning-Tides.org.uk
Pick Amberley

 

Pick Amberley is a community litter task-force which began July 2019. We are volunteers who clean up our environment for the benefit of local wildlife, to prevent the contamination of waterways and to enhance all of our enjoyment of the place we call home.
We work in partnership with Horsham Council, who supply equipment and collect rubbish after each pick. The Bridge Inn also kindly sponsors us with a well-earned drink after each meeting.
We meet for 2 hours on the afternoon of the second Sunday of the month. 1-3pm in Winter, 2pm – 4pm British Summer Time. This coming weekend being our seventh meeting to date.

 

For now, Pick Amberley can be found on Listserve and on Twitter @AmberleyPick
Rebecca Beveridge
stay@thehaystore.co.uk

 

Parish map of residences

 

Please contact the Clerk 

Parish Magazine

May 2021