Charity News

June 29th, 2022

Broadwater Carnival and Fire Station open day 2022

We are looking forward to welcoming you all back to the Broadwater Carnival and Fire station open day event. This year the event will take place on Saturday 23rd July and is themed Fairytales. We have lots of stalls, children’s rides, arena events on the Green and fire safety demonstrations and activities for you at the Fire Station.
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June 29th, 2022

Boost for homeless in Worthing

Homeless people in need of support will get some vital help after plans to demolish an empty building on an industrial estate and replace it with 21 individual apartments were given the green light.

Worthing Borough Council’s Planning Committee has voted through the proposal to knock down the vacant Skywaves House on the 0.11 hectare brownfield site at the end of Ivy Arch Road, Worthing, and build some much-needed temporary housing.

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June 22nd, 2022

Gets the dates in your diary for the biggest Carnival Weekend Worthing has seen

This year is a 3 DAY EVENT.

Saturday - Carnival Showcase & stalls
Sunday - Music, stalls and Car show (tbc)
Monday - Music, stalls and Parade

Across all days there will be stalls on Steyne Gardens and the fair along the prom.

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June 20th, 2022

Support Worthing Samaritans and sign up for a Samarathon this Summer

Worthing Samaritans is inviting supporters to sign up to Samarathon, the charity’s annual virtual marathon. Funds raised will help Worthing Samaritans continue to be there for people struggling to cope.
Worthing Samaritans is encouraging people to sign up to Samarathon and set themselves the challenge of walking, jogging or running the equivalent of a marathon distance during July, helping the charity’s volunteers continue to provide vital emotional support.

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