Adur, West & East Worthing Party including East Arun

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RENTS IN WORTHING ARE UNAFFORDABLE, NEW RESEARCH SHOWS

  Average private rents are unaffordable for ordinary working families in over half (55%) of local authorities in England including Worthing, new research from Shelter reveals today. In a sign that those priced out of home ownership are now struggling to meet the costs of renting – often considered the cheaper option – the Shelter […]

Worthing Liberal Democrats Weekly Newsletter – 2nd to 8th October 2011

Leader:  Risk assessment    News this past week:   1. It’s Official – New Pool Contract Not Signed 2. Mayor’s Swimathon Charity To Be Charged For Use Of Aquarena 3. NCP Car Parking Contract Contributes £7,500,000    4. New Durrington Community Centre Still Not Open 5. Worthing Borough Rejects Big Society Partnership Working 6. Nothing Happening On Kitty’s Field Lighting 7. Concessionary […]

Worthing Liberal Democrats Weekly Newsletter – 25th to 1st October 2011

Articles for the past week: Leader:  Busy doing nothing     News this past week:   1. West Sussex County Council Accounts Late Again 2. Europe Says 20’s Plenty Where People Live 3. Worthing Borough Council Fails To Report Risks To Members   4. Thumbs Up For New Recycling Money, Thums Down For Whitehall Control   WORTHING LIBERAL DEMOCRATS WEEKLY NEWSLETTER 25TH SEPTEMBER TO 1ST […]

New West Sussex gritters get ready to battle the elements

West Sussex County Council and its highways contractor Balfour Beatty have unveiled a new line of defence in the battle against snow and ice on the roads.A brand new fleet of 26 gritters has been welcomed to the county and they have already been put to the test when the county staged ‘Operation Snowflake’ over […]

Pioneering homeless review to cover Adur, Arun and Worthing

Members of the homeless community will be asked how easy it is for them to access services across Arun, Adur andWorthingas part of a pioneering review. All organisations that have first hand experiences of working with or helping homeless people access health, employment, education and leisure services are being invited to take part The investigation […]

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Worthing Liberal Democrats Weekly Newsletter – 18th to 24th September 2011

Articles for the past week:   Leader:  Lib Dem Conference – Nick Clegg’s Speech       News this past week:   1. Lib Dem Conference – Jo Swinson: Putting Quality At The Heart Of Government Policy 2. Lib Dem Conference – Martin Horwood: We Will Continue To Support The Arab Spring 3. West Sussex Liberal Democrats Have Slammed Tory County […]

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Worthing Liberal Democrats Weekly Newsletter – 11th to 17th September 2011

Articles for the past week: Leader:  Signed, sealed and delivered? News this past week: Worthing Liberal Democrats Welcome New Neighbourhood Watch Website West Sussex Liberal Democrats Highlight Impact Of Tory Cuts On Disabled People In the County Worthing Liberal Democrats Weekly Newsletter 11th to 17th September 2011 Lib Dems will keep Worthing’s services local Lib […]

Live well with the Worthing Well-being Hub

A Brand new Wellbeing Hub for Worthing is set to open their doors soon, which will offer ‘one-stop’ help for adults and families wanting healthier lifestyles. Funded by West Sussex County Council and the NHS, the Hub, part of seven across the County, provide ‘face-to-face’ contact with the public and help them ‘tap’ into a […]

West Sussex Liberal Democrats highlights impact of Tory Cuts on Disabled People in the County

West Sussex Lib Dem Spokesman for Adult Services, Councillor Bob Smytherman has highlighted the impact of Tory cuts to disabled people’s services at West Sussex County Council (image shows Dr James Walsh with Don’t Cut Us Out campaigners and Tory Cabinet Member) The comments come on the back of an in-depth report carried out by […]

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West Sussex Lib Dems confident of changes to NHS Bill

Liberal Democrats are confident that significant changes will be made to the Government’s Health Bill to address concerns raised by the public, medical professionals and the party. Liberal Democrats led the calls for changes after raising serious concerns at the party’s Spring Conference in March. The Government has completed a listening exercise during a break […]