May 23rd, 2022

Friends of St Oscar Romero Catholic School celebrates after receiving £5426 in National Lottery fund

Friends of St Oscar Romero Catholic School based in Goring, Worthing is celebrating today
after being awarded over £5,000 in funding from The National Lottery Community Fund, the
largest funder of community activity in the UK.
Friends of St Oscar Romero Catholic School will use their funding to support this year’s
summer fair to be held at St Oscar Romero Catholic School in Goring, Worthing on Saturday
9th July between 12pm and 4pm.

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May 19th, 2022

Tickets are now available for the Tenth S'koolFest

Tickets are now available for the Tenth S'koolFest on Wednesday 8th June at Pavilion Theatre - and thanks to special funding this year from the Uni Connect programme, they are FREE! Pick your family's and your school's tickets now to ensure you're near the front for one of the best gigs you'll go to all year!
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April 9th, 2022

Council goes to High Court to fight development

Worthing Borough Council has gone to the High Court in its fight to prevent hundreds of homes being built at Chatsmore Farm.
The Council has submitted its legal challenge to the Planning Inspectorate’s decision that the green gap between Goring and Ferring can be built on.
This first step in the process involves the Council asking the High Court for permission to take its case to the court for a judicial review. That review would be heard by a High Court judge and could result in the Planning Inspectorate being told to scrap its original decision and consider the case again.

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December 7th, 2021

Circus Charity to Perform at Brighton Dome

Budding young circus performers are preparing to take to the stage at Brighton Dome this December, with help from professional artists from Circolombia.

Students from three local youth circus schools, The Circus Project, Teardrop Circus and Hightop Circus, will perform a ‘curtain raiser’ that will open Circolombia’s uplifting circus-concert Acelere during the venue’s Christmas programme.

In a series of workshops run by Brighton & Hove charity The Circus Project, members of Circolombia worked with groups of children and young people, aged between 10 and 18 years old, to create two short routines. Learning new skills such as acrobatics, dance and choreography to complement the aerial techniques that the schools teach, the students will showcase what they have learnt to a live audience each night.

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