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Category Archives: Worthing East

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 […]

Sidney Walter Centre handed over to the community thanks to Irene Richards

The Sidney Walter Centre in Worthing has been handed over to the community from West Sussex County Council as part of the Active Communities initiative. The Centre has been formally handed over to the Trustees of the Sidney Walter Centre. A ceremony marking the handover took place last Thursday (September 20), with County Council Leader […]

Worthing High Academy Parents Action Group letter to Chair of Governors Tony Cohen

WHAAG (Worthing High Academy Action Group) today challenges Tony Cohen, Chair of Governors at Worthing High to be straightforward and transparent about recent events at the school. WHAAG has only ever sought to ask challenging and relevant questions about the school’s academy conversion application and its consultation with parents and the community, most of which remain […]

Sompting Village school pupils design and paint mural on walls at the Harriet Johnson Centre

In partnership with Sompting Parish Council, Adur District Council, Sompting Village School and the Harriet Johnson Centre, local artists Vanessa Breen and Nadia Chalk of Creative Waves are leading a project to paint a mural at the Centre in Sompting. The pupils of Sompting Village School have been asked to think about what they would […]

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 […]

VIDEO: Sompting home explosion

FREELANCE photographer Eddie Mitchell filmed this footage showing the scene of an explosion in Hillrise Avenue, Sompting. A man had to be pulled from his burning home yesterday (Thursday, September 20) by brave passers-by after a suspected gas explosion caused a massive blaze.

Don’t Cut Us Out wins crucial Council debate on cuts in care support

Don’t Cut Us Out campaigners across West Sussex have forced a debate on funding for social care when County Councillors next meet on Friday October 19. The campaign group led by professional social workers, carers and those within the medical profession, have collected more than 5,000 signatures for a petition protesting against the deeply damaging […]

Self-service terminals are being installed at Chichester Library

Top crime authors to help mark Shoreham Wordfest

Crime novel buffs in Southwick are being offered the chance to meet two of the genre’s best-selling authors next month. Brighton-based writers Danny Miller and Emlyn Rees will be talking about their books at the town’s library on Thursday October 4. It is part of this year’s Shoreham Wordfest, which showcases new authors in West […]

Worthing Liberal Democrats Weekly Newsletter – 9th to 15th September 2012

Apologies for late issue – Normal service to be resumed next week Articles for the past week: Leader:  Rotten to the Core News this past week: 1. Worthing Lib Dems Urge Residents To Claim Free Heating Help 2. Core Strategy Punctured 3. Empty Shops Below National Average? 4. Flooding Update 5. Referendum Disallowed 6. Sewage Inquiry To Go Ahead […]

Death of sheep caused by transit cannot be ignored

The European Commission must take immediate action to put an eight hour limit on animal exports, Catherine Bearder Member of the European Parliament for the South-East of England has demanded . It comes as the RSPCA reported 45 sheep died after a truck was stopped at Ramsgate on Wednesday (12 September) morning. Two sheep, one […]