Amberley Neighbourhood Helpline

The Neighbourhood Helpline was set up in April 2020 in response to the Covid-19 Crisis and its aim is to support and inform residents in the area via a network of local volunteers.  Information available includes changes to local services and help finding contacts to consult for medical, financial or emotional support.  It is also designed to be a friendly point of contact for neighbours at a time of isolation.


For patients who use Pulborough (PMG) surgery 


We are pleased to confirm that have a delivery of the Oxford AstraZenica Covid-19 vaccines later this week. These vaccines are for patients aged 70 and over, and those who are in the extremely high risk category and would be in receipt of a letter advising them to shield.

Appointments for the above patients are available on Thursday 21st January, Saturday 23rd January, Sunday 24th January and Monday 25th January. To book your appointment, please telephone the practice on 01798 872815 option 1.

Please do NOT contact the practice for a Covid vaccination if you are not in the above cohort of patients as we are not allowed to offer vaccines to anyone outside of the age and risk groups identified above.

COVID charts at the end of this homepage section now include local area data (ie Amberley, Pulborough, Storrington), local district data and South East England county data 

WHEN WILL I GET MY JAB - Sussex Health & Care partnership

COVID charts for West Sussex districts and for South East England counties and cities  

As part of the aim to inform residents, the helpline has a guide to the current Government advice related to Covid-19. There are two sections of Government advice information 

  • Government Approach which highlights the phased and stepped approach
  • Government Coronavirus Advice which provides a logical guide to over 400 items of the latest versions of detailed Government guidance. The Advice section is logically organised according to the categories of information in the following diagram:-