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Category Archives: Broadwater Ward

Worthing Liberal Democrats Weekly Newsletter – 30th September to 13th October 2012

APOLOGIES FOR NO EDITION LAST WEEK – THE EDITOR WAS AWAY Articles for the past two weeks: Leader:  DIY Council News this past two weeks:  1. Worthing To Lose National Bowls Competition? 2  Vince Cable Launches £60 Million Regional Growth Fund 3. Sharon Bowles MEP Named As One Of “Top 30 Most Inspirational City Women” 4. Britain Bottom When […]

Self-service terminals are being installed at Chichester Library

Black History Month celebrated in West Sussex libraries

Libraries in West Sussex are helping to mark this year’s Black History Month by showcasing a number of top acts. The worldwide event, held throughout October, originated in 1920s America to remember important black and ethnic people before moving to the UK 25 years ago. Several branches in the county are celebrating the yearly festival […]

New help sessions target Worthing’s Eastern Europeans

Eastern Europeans in Worthing are being urged to sign-up to new ‘tea and chat’ help sessions next month. It is part of plans to understand the experiences of immigrants living and working in the UK. The meetings, held in the Guildbourne Centre’s IT Workshop, are being organised by the Library Service and adult learning enterprise […]

Worthing Liberal Democrats Weekly Newsletter – 16th to 22nd September 2012

Articles for the past week: Leader:  Back to school News this past week:  1. Decoy Farm Dropped From Waste Plan 2. West Sussex Mediation Service AGM 3. Lib Dem Autumn Conference WORTHING LIBERAL DEMOCRATS WEEKLY NEWSLETTER 16TH TO 22ND SEPTEMBER 2012     Lib Dems will keep Worthing’s services local     Lib Dems will get on with bringing our town […]

Seagulls come to Kitty’s Field

Brighton & Hove Albion now have football training on Kitty’s Field every Thursday morning with well known local coach Slider. Liberal Democrats County Councillor for Broadwater Alan Rice was more than happy to support “Albion in the Community” in bidding for funds to West Sussex County Council to keep the sessions going and the bid for £15,000 was successful with […]

Wake up to human trafficking in Worthing, Local MEP Catherine Bearder warns

Stay alert to the potential scourge of human trafficking in your neighbourhood, Catherine Bearder Member of the European Parliament for the South-East of England,  has warned. It comes as police investigating sex trafficking made two arrests linked to the disappearance of two teenage girls in Worthing. A 34-year-old British man and a 25-year-old Nigerian woman […]

Consultation Launched on Expansion Plans for Two Worthing Schools

West Sussex County Council today (September 11) launched a consultation on proposals to expand two schools in Worthing –  Downsbrook Middle and Thomas A’ Becket Middle. Demand for schooling in the area has been growing and local schools are no longer large enough to cater for the rising number of children. It is proposed to […]

Worthing Lib Dems call on Southern Water to come clean on sewage dump

Worthing Liberal Democrats have today called on Southern Water to come clean on their dumping of raw sewage into the sea at East Worthing.  Southern Water blamed a “technical difficulty” with a pump behind the need to dump the untreated sewage from 3am Sunday morning and through Monday. Only in June in a similar incident Southern Water dumped raw […]

Controlled Parking Zone in Worthing comes into effect

The new Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) for parts of Worthing has come into effect this week. The CPZ is an area of streets where parking is controlled through the day and residents, local businesses and their visitors are given priority to park by purchasing permits or vouchers. Its purpose is to improve road safety, reduce […]

Worthing High School – Academy Bid Update from Parents

Further to the recent press release from Worthing High School, telling us that their academy conversion has been granted “in principle” by the DfE, we have contacted the DfE to request their letter to the school, detailing the conditions that must be met before conversion is rubber stamped. Our contact at the DfE was rather […]