October 18th, 2021

ANTI-RACIST PROTEST TO GO AHEAD ON TUESDAY 19th OCTOBER FOLLOWING RESIGNATION OF FASCIST COUNCILLOR

Local Conservative councillor Tim Wills was recently revealed by Hope Not Hate - a
non-partisan organisation who research far right extremism - as being active in a fascist, white
supremacist organisation, 'Patriotic Alternative'.
It was announced on Friday 15th that Wills had resigned his position as a Worthing councillor.
This news followed a protest of over 100 people on Saturday 9th October, an open letter calling
for Wills to go, an online petition with over 700 signatories, and the announcement of a further
planned protest outside the Worthing Council meeting on Tuesday 19th.

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October 15th, 2021

Children invited to become Marine Warriors

Children are being encouraged to learn about marine life and the beautiful Sussex coastline with the launch of Worthing’s new ‘Marine Warriors’ initiative.

The activity, created by Worthing Borough Council’s Coastal Office, aims to inspire kids to follow a fun and educational seaside trail to the rockpools, where they can explore, discover and learn about the beautiful world beneath the sea.

The Marine Warrior backpack, which is free to hire from the Coastal Office, contains a compass, magnifying glass, crabbing net, bucket and spade. All items have been carefully chosen as eco-friendly and sustainably sourced to highlight the plastic pollution crisis in our seas.

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October 14th, 2021

Firewalk: 4th November

On Thursday 4th November Guild Care is hosting its first ever Firewalk at the Thomas A Becket pub! Why not bring your friends and family as you learn to conquer your fears by walking across 30ft of burning coals?

And all of this whilst raising money for our invaluable work, changing the lives of the most vulnerable in your community.

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October 14th, 2021

GREATER BRIGHTON CITY REGION CAN LEAD THE UK FIGHT AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE

Greater Brighton (which includes Worthing) can be a flagship city region leading the fight against climate change but needs more government support to unlock powers to take action.

That was the message from Greater Brighton’s spokesman on the environment as he closed a special conference on transitioning to a net zero carbon economy which attracted speakers from around the world.

Cllr Phelim MacCafferty, who is also Leader of Brighton and Hove City Council, told the conference, ‘I really hope that the PM and the UK governments accelerate the pace and scale of change that is so urgently needed.

‘We need political leaders working together at national and international levels to give our planet and our ecosystem a fighting chance.’

He added that time was not on the side for the battle nor were resources plentiful.

‘Hence, we need to pool our capacity as a region, put our political differences to one aside and pull together to solve this climate crisis for the benefit of all our communities now and for future generations,’ he said.

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