Who to Contact
In an emergency (Police, Ambulance, Fire and Rescue, HM Coastguard) dial 999.
For non-urgent matters and to report crimes, please dial 101 or 01273 470 101.
To report anti-social driving and abandoned vehicles, please contact Operation Crackdown.
Crimes can also be reported anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 or via their website.
Fire, Emergencies and Crime
West Sussex County Council provides information on the Fire & Rescue Service, emergency incidents in the County, crime prevention tips, and general community safety advice. Click here for more information.
West Sussex County Council is also able to arrange Home Safety Visits. To arrange this, click here.
Other Authorities and Public Bodies
Member of Parliament
Angmering is in the Arundel & South Downs Parliamentary constituency. Our Member of Parliament is Nick Herbert.
For matters relating to trunk roads nationally. Locally, responsible for maintenance on the A27. Click here for more information.
West Sussex County Council
For libraries, schools, highways and transport, registry office matters (births, marriages and deaths), social care and public health - click here.
The County Councillor for this ward is Deborah Urquhart.
Arun District Council
For Council Tax enquiries, information on refuse and recycling collections, housing (including housing benefit), electoral registration and voter information, environmental health, planning and building control (see also our Find a Planning Application page for this), licensing, parking, pest control, parks and open spaces - click here.
Ward District Councillors for Angmering (all contactable at Arun District Council) are:
Local Information, History, and Heritage
The Angmering Heritage Trust
The trustees will consider applications for grants relevant to preserving, protecting & developing the heritage of the Parish.
For full details and an application form have a look at the website by clicking here.
Angmering Village Life
For local information, history of the area, and more - Click here
Other Useful Contacts
Citizens Advice Bureau - Arun & Chichester
The Citizens Advice Bureau can help people who are otherwise unable to benefit from the services of the local advice centres, on matters relating to welfare benefits, employment, tax, debt and money advice, consumer affairs, family law, housing, general legal matters, disability rights and discrimination, healthcare, education, and immigration.
For more information, please contact the numbers below, or drop in at one of their advice centres to book an appointment:
Advice Line: 0844 477 1171
Mobile Advice Line: 0300 3300 650 (charged at local rate and your mobile service provider rate) - Open Monday to Friday 9am-5pm.
Nearest advice centre is in Littlehampton at 14-16 Anchor Springs, Littlehampton BN17 6BP - Open Monday to Thursday 10am-4pm and Friday 10am-1pm
How to report suspected abuse of an adult at risk
West Sussex Adults Services Care Point: Phone 01243 642121
Fill in a safeguarding concern form online at www.westsussex.gov.uk/reportadultabuse
Use Typetalk on 018001 01243 642121
Write to Adults CarePoint, 2nd Floor, The Grange, County Hall, Chichester PO19 1RG
Elder Abuse Response: 080 8808 8141 www.elderabuse.org.uk
West Sussex Mental Health: (outside of office hours) Helpline 0300 5000 101
Healthwatch: 0300 012 0122
Public Concern at Work: (for staff concerned about bad practice in the workplace) 020 7404 6609
NHS 111 Service (24 hour): phone 111
Samaritans: 08457 909090
Carers Direct National Helpline: 0300 123 1053
Care Quality Commission: 03000 616161
National Domestic Violence (24 hour) Helpline: Freephone 0808 2000 247
Step Change Debt Charity: 0800 138 1111 www.stepchange.org. Free online debt advice service.
Christians Against Poverty: 0800 328 0006 (calls from a mobile may be cheaper on 01274 760839) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Bognor based and open to people from Littlehampton.
Worthing Churches Homeless Project: 07710 304035. Littlehampton Breakfast Club, Littlehampton United Church - Monday to Thursday 8.30-10am - Hot cooked breakfast 50p, Cereals/Toast/Hot Drinks FREE - Open to those at risk of becoming homeless or in inadequate housing.
Care and support for the elderly, those with disabilities and mental health problems
Age UK West Sussex: Information and advice about care and support options and money advice - www.ageukwestsussex.org.uk. Email: email@example.com. Phone 0800 0191310
Carewise: Information and advice to help you make the right choices and ease the worry of paying for care. It is a WSCC supported scheme, established by Adults’ Services and Trading Standards departments, Age UK West Sussex, the Society of Later Life Advisers (SOLLA) and West Sussex Partners in Care, that provides information about the range of care and support options that are available and financial advice on the most cost effective ways of paying for care.
Visit the Carewise webpage for further information and details of fees specialists.
Call the County Council’s Adult’s CarePoint on 01243 642121 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for a Carewise information pack or to be put in touch with a Carewise care fees specialist.
Society of Later Life Advisers (SOLLA): Helping consumers find financial advisers who specialise in financial needs of older people. Website www.societyoflaterlifeadvisers.co.uk. Email: email@example.com. Phone 0333 2020 454
West Sussex Partners in Care: Information about the range of different care and support services in West Sussex. Website: www.westsussexpartnersincare.org. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone 07437 980103
WSCC Connect to Support: Choosing care for youself or a relative is a big decision. What you should look for when choosing personal care in your own home: www.westsussexconnettosupport.org/choosingcare
Carers Support West Sussex: If you are caring for someone at home, you can get help from the following: The Orchard, 1-2 Gleneagles Court, Brighton Road, Crawley RH10 6AD. Phone: 0300 028 8888. Website: www.carersupport.org.uk
Community Learning Disability Teams: Centenary House, West Wing, Worthing BN13 2QB. Phone: 0330 22 27778. Email: email@example.com
The Independent Living Association: Are a not-for-profit organisation promoting and supporting independence for disabled people in West Sussex. For more information, click here.
For information and details of your local team, please contact your GP or Adults’ CarePoint. Phone: 01243 642121. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: www.westsussexgov.uk/social-care-and-health. Second Floor, The Grange, County Hall, Chichester, PO19 1RG