This means that anyone who sleeps poorly will have access to a bed for the duration of the SWEP, in case they want to access it.
To access SWEP, customers must visit Stonepillows Hub in Glenlogie in Bognor Regis at 6:00 p.m. on the night they wish to offer a bed.
Arun said his partner agencies and outreach teams have been out or trying to notify anyone they know of sleepers to make sure they are aware.
“Littlehampton-based customers who may have difficulty getting to Bognor Regis should attend the Turning Tides Ending Local Homelessness Center by 11:00 AM each morning or contact the Housing Options Team after 11:00 AM for assistance the journey to Bognor Regis for the evening, ”it says.
“If you see a rough sleeper, please report it to our outreach team by submitting a StreetLink recommendation https://streetlink.org.uk. All recommendations are followed up by our team, which can then offer the appropriate support. “
Bognor Regis ice rink temporarily closed due to strong winds