Billingshurst Coronavirus Support Group
Who are we?
Our group consists of over 100 amazing people who have volunteered their time to help the vulnerable and the elderly within our Billingshurst society.
We are all residents of Billingshurst, representing various organisations who have formed a cohesive and well organised group. It has been a lot of hard work, but we are proud of what we have achieved in such a short time.
If you would like to volunteer to help us then we would love to hear from you.
Billingshurst Family Church
In the New Testament, the Bible gives us the model of how Church works best and we want to use this as our basis for Church life.
We want to engage with todays 21st century culture – showing that Jesus is as relevant today as He was 2000 years ago. We can only have life in all it’s fullness by knowing Him and we want to help others discover this truth and to join the family.
St Mary's Church, Billingshurst
We are a community of people who want to worship God and share in Jesus’ love and message of hope. The vision of St Mary’s is to be a vibrant, diverse and prayerful community where lives are transformed and the light of God’s truth shines bright.
West Sussex Minibus
We help reduce social isolation and promote independence by providing a door to door community transport service in rural West Sussex. We provide transport for shopping trips, outings, lunch club trips and some sightseeing excursions.
Billingshurst Community Partnership
The BCP work with other local groups and organisations on projects and events that encourage cross-generational participation and more social interaction within the community
Billingshurst Parish Council
The Full Council meets on alternate months and has six principle Committees / Working Parties. These are: Finance & General Purposes; Billingshurst Centre; Planning & Environment; Property
Working Practices; Neighbourhood Plan Working Party
Billingshurst Community Transport
Billingshurst Community Transport is a transport scheme available for the elderly, disabled and frail residents of Billingshurst, Ifold, Kirdford, Plaistow, Loxwood and Shipley. This service enables registered passengers to undertake trips to medical appointments, day centre’s, shops, leisure and other non-urgent appointments.