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Important Notice

Unfortunately, our lift to the New Millennium Chamber requires significant urgent repair and is currently out of action. This means that visitors with special requirements (i.e. disabled access) may be unable to use the Chamber as it can only accessed via the stairs. Please understand that this is an issue that is out of our control and that it is likely to take several weeks whilst repair work gets underway.

The Committee meetings scheduled for April, May and June 2024 have therefore been temporarily moved and will be held in the Fleming Room on the ground floor of the Manor House.

The venues for the Annual Town and Full Council meetings scheduled over this period will be confirmed nearer the time so do please check the Agenda’s on our notice boards, website and social media.

We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding.

PUBLIC FORUM AT COUNCIL MEETINGS

The Town Council is always willing to listen to the public concerning matters which affect the Town of Littlehampton and allows any member of the public to address the Council or its Committees. If possible, notice of intention to address the Council should be given to the Town Clerk by noon of the day of the meeting. A period of 15 minutes is allowed at each of the Committee meetings for the public to address the Council.

Questions are often asked about matters that are not within the remit of the Town Council. This can delay a response, so if you are intending to ask a question, we would recommend that you check what services the Town, District and County Councils cover before asking your question. This information can be found on the 'What we Do' page. The services covered by the District and  County Councils are at the bottom of the web page.  

Arun District Council and West Sussex County Council have public question time sessions at their meetings in the same way as us, and details can be found on their websites.

Your Council leaflet contains information about speaking at meetings.