Tim Loughton MP Herald Column: April 16th

‘It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.’ The opening lines of Dickens’ Tale of Two Cities could be applied to the current nightmare we are living through.

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Health - looking after yourself

Adur and Worthing Council have put together a package of information for looking after yourself during lockdown. From mental health all the way to exercising at home. 

You can find more information HERE.





Coronavirus (COVID-19): WSCC advice

West Sussex County Council and Public Health England have provided messaging for the public in regards to the coronavirus crisis. You can find the link HERE.



COVID-19: A quick guide to safe shopping

A quick guide to safe shopping, provided by Adur and Worthing Council. 

No reported cases of COVID-19 have been linked to contaminated food. The main risk to shoppers is coming into contact with an infected person.

Adur and Worthing Council: Easter bin day changes

News from Adur and Worthing Council regarding the Easter Bank Holiday bin day changes.

There are no collections over Easter on the Good Friday or Easter Monday Bank Holidays.

Neighbourhood Hubs

The neighbourhood teams organised by Adur and Worthing councils working with other agencies and community volunteer groups have now gone live. The help lines are there to support vulnerable households and give:

Help for Charities

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced a £750m package to keep struggling charities afloat during the coronavirus pandemic.

£370m will go to smaller charities, 

£60m for charities in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland

Tim Loughton MP Herald Column: April 9th

It seems slightly surreal writing my regular column for the Herald at the moment when as I write we are still reeling from the shocking news about our Prime Minister in intensive care at St Thomas’s Hospital and the country remains in a state of unparalleled lockdown.