Town Council fully reopens services
Littlehampton Town Council is pleased to announce that it will be resuming operations as normal from Monday 19th July, in line with the nationwide lifting of COVID-19 restrictions.
Like many other service providers, the Council has had to adapt its services many times over during the different lockdowns but most of its operations such as allotments have not been impacted other than the introduction of social distancing which will no longer apply from the 19th.
Rosemead Park which had a makeover last Winter and now boasts equipment for all abilities, will continue to be open but without social distancing reminders in place.
Littlehampton Museum, a cultural service provided by the Town Council, will no longer need booking but will continue to operate a Test & Trace system as well as recommend visitors to wear a face covering.
The Council is working with hirers of Southfields Jubilee Centre to ensure they can resume their activities to a similar pre-COVID operation and it is now able to accept new bookings.
For the first time in months, the Council is now able to take bookings for its meeting rooms at the Manor House which offer a great range of well equipped facilities in a Town Centre location.
Couples wishing to tie the knot at the Manor House, the Grade II listed building housing the Council offices, will be pleased with the lifting of limits on the number of guests.
The Council’s reception, which has been open since April, will see no change in service but visitors are still encouraged to wear a face covering and use hand sanitiser on entry.
Please do not attend if you are feeling unwell and follow the latest government guidance which can be found on www.gov.uk.