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The Town Hall is closed to visitors. Coronavirus (COVID-19) latest information and advice.

Coronavirus information

Coronavirus overview

The Prime Minister has announced new national restrictions in England.
From Thursday 5 November, everyone must stay at home and may leave only for a limited set of reasons. These include:

  • For education
  • For work, if you cannot work from home
  • For exercise and recreation outdoors, with your household, support bubble or on your own with one person from another household
  • For all medical reasons, appointments and to escape injury or harm
  • To shop for food and essentials
  • And to provide care for vulnerable people, or as a volunteer

Non-essential shops, leisure and entertainment venues will be closed. Click and collect services can continue and essential shops, including supermarkets, will remain open. Pubs, bars, restaurants must close, except for takeaway and delivery services.

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, known as the furlough scheme, will remain open until December, with employees receiving 80 per cent of their current salary for hours not worked, up to a maximum of £2,500. 

Guidance for the new measures is available as well as details of the extended furlough scheme and other economic support.

How is the council affected?

The Town Hall will be closed from 4pm on Tuesday 3 November until further notice. Use myCrawley to access many of our services or call 01293 438000. 

For the latest information see our Council services and buildings page and our social media channels.

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