Posted in Education

A number of help sessions for computer beginners are being held in Haywards Heath Library next month. It is part of the service’s new Computer Buddies scheme which looks to support people with little or no knowledge of using PCs. The free hour-long sessions, starting in mid-January, are being run twice-a-week by experts volunteering in the area. Library Manager Roger Myall said: “Our Buddies are very friendly and will take people through the basics as well as getting online. “If you are new to computers and find them baffling or even frightening then our volunteers will be able to support…

Posted in Health

How can the Mid Sussex Wellbeing service help me? Have you thought about losing weight, but don’t where to start? Do you want to get more active and energised, but aren’t sure what’s happening in your area? Do you want to stop smoking, but aren’t confident in taking that first step alone? Do you sometimes feel low and want a boost to your general wellbeing? Mid Sussex Wellbeing service can help you to find local wellbeing services and information in your area.  You can call us, check our website out, or talk in person to our friendly Wellbeing Advisor Jann.…

Posted in Volunteers

Here is an update regarding the Community Highway Volunteers. I have tried to include as much information as possible but if you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me. The Community Highway Volunteer Initiative Every day, non-emergency defects are reported to the County Council by letter, telephone call to our contact centre and via our web pages.  Some of these non-emergency defects have sufficient information to confirm that they are not a West Sussex County Council responsibility, are not at intervention level, or to ‘raise a job’.  However, the vast majority of reported defects do not have…

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