Primary and Infant school applications have now opened in west Sussex.
Children born between September 2017 and August 2018 are eligible to start next September.
The quickest and easiest way is to apply online. All the information is there and an automatic email will acknowledge an application has been received. Free use of computers with internet access is available in all West Sussex libraries (no need to book).
Those unable to apply online can request a form through the post by calling 033 301 42903.
The closing date for all primary, infant and junior school applications is the 15th January 2022.
Secondary school applications are currently open and will close on 31 October.
A sell-out Syrian Feast is coming to Redhill’s Harlequin theatre this Friday.
The pop-up restaurant celebrates both Syrian culture and food, cooked by the local Syrian community. They will cook a three-course meal and provide soft drinks.
The money raised will support 20 families that have resettled in Surrey over the past six years. Funding will go to projects aimed at increasing skills, work experience and job opportunities.
Since 2015, these 20 Syrian families have been helped to resettle into the area through the Government’s 2015 Global Resettlement Scheme and a partnership between Reigate and Banstead Borough Council, Tandridge District Council and Mole Valley District Council.
After two sell-out evenings took place in 2019, the Harlequin has finally been able to welcome back this popular evening.
The event’s doors open at 6:30pm to welcome attendees and bring all local communities together.
Members of the upcoming feast said; “When we prepare these dishes, we remember what we left behind and the friends and families with whom we used to enjoy these meals. Now we share them with new friends.”
Although the tickets are all sold out, a recipe book, A Syrian Feast, is now available to buy for £5 at the Harlequin Theatre. It features 17 easy-to-follow recipes generously shared from the homes of resettled families in the area.
A teenager was charged yesterday in connection with a stabbing in Horsham town centre.
A 21-year-old man was taken to hospital with multiple stab wounds after police attended a call in the early hours of October 2nd. Sussex Police said that his injuries are not believed to be life threatening.
An 18-year-old from Burnham Place in Horsham, named Harvey Beckett, has been charged with causing grievous bodily harm, possession of a knife in public and possession of a Class B drug.
He has been remanded in custody and is scheduled to appear before Lewes Crown Court on November 5th.
Sussex Police also said, “A 19-year-old man from Horsham was arrested on suspicion of assault occasioning actual bodily harm, theft by finding, possession of a Class A drug and possession of a Class B drug. He has been released on conditional bail until 2 November, pending further enquiries.
“Following enquiries, police located a fourth suspect, who was arrested in London with the assistance of the Metropolitan Police.”
The investigation is on-going, and anyone with information is urged to report it online or call 101, quoting ‘Operation Deputy’.