With regret we have again closed Lewes Town Hall and the All Saints Centre to assist in minimizing risks to health in the present emergency. Following government advice for everyone to stay at home and to limit all personal contact and non-essential journeys, staff are working from home where possible and we are restricted to basic operations. Councillors continue to assist community groups and individuals in their home areas wherever possible but are following the guidance on protecting themselves and their community, staying at home unless absolutely necessary, and urge everyone to do the same. The Council can be contacted in the following ways:
- via our website: lewes-tc.gov.uk via emails to email@example.com
- telephone messages may be left on 01273 471469 or, if urgent: telephone 07795 573503 (calls may not be answered, but messages are regularly checked)
All our Councillors and staff wish everyone the very best during this difficult time.
Useful information and support:
- Lewes Coronavirus Volunteers Facebook Lewes Coronavirus Volunteers, or 07742 211075 or 07853 946524
- uk/coronavirus or (if you cannot get help online) dial 111
- FAQ at https://publichealthmatters.blog.gov.uk/
If you are classed as clinically extremely vulnerable to coronavirus (often people who were previously advised to shield for medical reasons) you will soon receive a letter from the Government providing guidance. You can also find this guidance online: Guidance for the clinically extremely vulnerable or request support from Lewes District Council for vulnerable residents here
If you are not in this group, but may need help because of ill-health, isolation or access to essentials, there is a range of support available. Find out about services that can help with specific issues, like mental health support, and what to do if you can’t get food, medicines, or are lonely and isolated, on East Sussex County Council’s community support web pages. This includes how to contact your nearest community hub.
Click here to find all Coronavirus help and support for East Sussex