Local News

March 2nd, 2022

Major employers flock to Worthing for young recruits

Young people in Adur and Worthing will be given a taste of the career opportunities available to them as part of National Careers Week 2022.

The OneStop Youth Employment Hub - a joint project between Adur & Worthing Councils and the Department for Work and Pensions - will be running a series of activities and workshops during National Careers Week (7-12 March) to encourage young people to connect with local employers and gain employability skills.

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March 2nd, 2022

30 Michael Jones Estate Agents to take on Tough Mudder for charity

Continuing their 30th anniversary celebrations, over 30 team members at Worthing Estate Agent, Michael Jones, have signed up to brave the Tough Mudder challenge for three local charity partners: AudioActive, Wadars Animal Rescue and Care for Veterans.

The 10km Tough Mudder is a fun-packed 20 obstacle event taking place in the heart of London at Finsbury Park on Saturday 2nd April. Though not a race, it’s famous for pushing the physical and mental limits of participants.

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March 2nd, 2022

Worthing Council becomes Registered Social Landlord

Worthing Borough Council has been officially recognised as a social housing provider to help reduce the cost and reliance on emergency and temporary accommodation.
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March 1st, 2022

Worthing Borough Council consults on plans to tackle antisocial behaviour

Local residents and businesses are invited to have their say about measures to crack down on antisocial behaviour in Worthing.

The consultation, which launches today (1 March 2022), sets out plans to continue an existing Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) to cover the whole of Worthing to tackle alcohol-fuelled antisocial behaviour. The proposed measures would continue to make it an offence to refuse to comply with a request by an authorised officer to stop drinking or surrender alcohol and aims to curb a problem that can have a negative impact on businesses and residents.

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