Useful Contacts

Some key contacts are listed in the table below and further information on how to contact various support organisations can be found further down the page.
Sussex Police
T: 101 (non emergency) or 999 (emergency)
West Sussex County Council 
T: 01243 642105
Saxon Weald Housing Association
T: 01403 226000 
Horsham District Council
T: 01403 215100
Tanbridge House School
T: 01403 263628
The Shelley Arms
T: 01403 253406
Older Persons Service Directory

PCSO Kyle Berriman - BBH PCSO 
Environmental Cleansing
T: 01403 733144
Shelley School
T: 01403 265343 
BBH Village Centre
T: 01403 217177
T: 08456 7793552 
One Stop Shop
T: 01403 265054 
Southern Water
Operation Crackdown (report abandoned vehicles)
Neighbourhood Watch 

Financial Support & Advice:

Citizens Advice

This service provides free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities. Citizens advice provide information and advice on benefits, debt & money, housing, legal issues, employment, settlement, utilities costs, as well as issues related to Covid-19.
Contact details:
0344 477 1171 (Monday-Friday, 9am-4.30pm)
Visit website for email & web chat:

Horsham Debt Advice Service

HDAS seeks to come alongside those in financial difficulty, to provide practical support and expert advice. Trained volunteers from Horsham churches offer guidance and free advice and assist individuals to resolve their difficulties by suggesting ways to organise their finances, negotiating with creditors where necessary, and by giving clients the confidence and skills to manage their own finances in the future.

Contact details:
01403 258040 or
Horsham Debt Advice Service (

Employment Support:

Horsham District Council Economic Development

Horsham District Council has a number of long running and successful employability programmes. Working in partnership with Jobcentre Plus, the councils Journey to Work scheme helps unemployed people through the challenges they may be facing in their lives, and support them on their Journey to Work. There are also WISH clubs which provide this type of support in a social group setting, anyone from 18 and above can drop in (currently provided remotely)
Contact details:
Journey to Work 01403 215262 or
WISH Club: 07783 222956 or

CAP Job Clubs (Christians Against Poverty)

Your local CAP Job Club is a friendly place where you will get practical help as you seek employment. It's a relaxed environment with the chance to meet other jobseekers, get support and gain the tools you need to find work.
Contact details:
New enquiries helpline: 0800 328 0006

Mental Health & Emotional Support

Contacting your GP as a first point of contact acts as a gateway to numerous other services. Residents can also self-refer to a number of services.
Mental Health Services within the district:

Sussex Mental Health Line

• Urgent crisis support
• Support specific and in relation to coronavirus (COVID-19)
• Call 0300 5000 101 (for coronavirus support, press 1)


• Phone support
• Call 0330 094 5717 (local call charges apply)
• Call 116 123 (free from any phone)


• Telephone, email, video calls and virtual groups
• Call 01273 66 69 50
• Email

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Age UK Horsham District

The Parish Council sponsors an Age UK Village Agent and her services to the village are greatly appreciated. Age UK Horsham District provides advice and support to anyone over the age of 50. Please contact them on 01403 260560.

4 The Youth

Find out how 4TheYouth are continuing to support the young people of Horsham during these difficult times.

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