Current News

Road Closure Early Warning: Maudlin Lane
Start Date 28/04/2022

Added: 19th January 2022

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Downs Link Annual Tree Safety Works

Added: 11th January 2022


Added: 8th January 2022

Illegal Use of E-Scooters

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Fire Service Public Consultation

Added: 29th November 2021

A message from the Chief Fire Officer of West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service, Sabrina Cohen-Hatton:


West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service has launched a public consultation around our proposals for our Community Risk Management Plan 2022 – 2026.  This document sets out the direction of the service over the next four years, and as part of this we have six proposals that we are seeking feedback on.


I would like to invite you to view these proposals and take part in our public consultation.  You can find these proposals, along with the survey to take part, on our dedicated Community Risk Management Plan website here.


The proposals include:


  • Enhancing our retained (on-call) operating model

  • Weekend protection, prevention and response improvements

  • Improving protection, prevention and response performance in rural areas

  • How WSFRS should deal with false alarms from automatic fire systems

  • When we should review our Emergency Response Standards

  • How WSFRS proposes to undertake a review of our specialist appliance requirements to consider current and future risks to firefighter and public safety


This is a key opportunity for our communities and all partners to have their say on our proposals, and we will assess all of the responses and use to inform our final CRMP which we intend to publish in spring 2022.


I would like to take this opportunity to encourage you to visit the consultation homepage and take part in our consultation.


The closing date for responses is Friday 21 January 2022.


You can find more information on the six proposals and take part in the consultation here.


Warmest regards,


Sabrina Cohen-Hatton

Chief Fire Officer

West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service


Climate March Video

Added: 9th November 2021

I just wanted to say a big thanks for helping facilitate the climate march on Saturday, which went off really well.  We got over 400 people along in total - a real sign of how strong the support is locally for decisive climate action.


Here’s a short video we produced telling the story of the march.


Best wishes

Geoff Barnard

Co-Chair, Greening Steyning   Twitter: @greeningSBB  Facebook/Instagram: @greeningsteyning

2 The Plough, Charlton St, Steyning BN44 3LU

Tel: 01903 813232  Mob: 07510 314397


Greening Steyning Repair Cafe

Added: 23rd February 2021

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SCYP Sessions Support Young People in

Steyning, Upper Beeding and Bramber

Added: 15th February 2021

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