TarringOctober 15th, 2021
Children invited to become Marine WarriorsChildren 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.
September 28th, 2021
Worthing Mental Health Awareness Week 4th - 9th October 2021The organisers of Worthing Mental Health Awareness Week (WMHAW) are pleased to confirm that the 9th annual event will take place at Offington Church.
The full programme can be found at www.worthingmentalhealthweek.co.uk shortly, on Faceook and via #WMHAW21 on Twitter and in the centre spread of ALL 6 Inside Magazines October edition!
The online platforms will be regularly updated leading up to and during the week itself.
July 15th, 2021
Worthing Gang Show Wants You!Worthing Scouts and Guides are pleased to announce that the Worthing Gang Show will be back for 2022 and it wants as many cubs, brownies, scouts and guides as possible to be part of it!
The Worthing Gang Show has an amazing history going back to the 1960’s. It has helped thousands of young people improve confidence, learn performance skills and above all have a brilliant time doing the show.
June 22nd, 2021
Litter enforcement patrols to begin across Adur and WorthingFind below details that from tomorrow enforcement patrols will be carried out across Adur and Worthing as part of crackdown on littering and dog fouling.
Those caught dropping litter will receive an on-the-spot fine of £75. Those who do not clear up their dog’s mess will receive an on-the-spot fine of £100.
The self-funding trial scheme, which already operates in Chichester and Arun districts, has been introduced after feedback from local residents and community groups.
It comes just weeks after leaders of both Councils issued a general warning that anti-social behaviour around litter and parking cannot be tolerated in Adur and Worthing this summer - with specially-designed posters installed in high-profile areas, alternative off-street car parks have been promoted and examples of littering highlighted on social media.
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