February 9th, 2023

New plan unveiled to bring Cissbury Fields to life

Thanks to valuable input from the community and specialist partners, a new management plan has been created for Cissbury Fields to ensure the popular space becomes a thriving environment for wildlife and visitors alike.

Over the last year, Worthing Borough Council have been working closely with residents, dog walkers, ecologists, nature groups and others to renature the popular site.

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February 2nd, 2023

40 local authorities meet to demand action on Southern Water’s failings

Councillors from Adur and Worthing have teamed up with their counterparts from across the region to demand Southern Water clean up its act.
Representatives from more than 40 councils across the South East met to discuss how they could work together to better hold the water company to account over pollution and infrastructure failures.

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January 31st, 2023

Call for residents’ help to unlock secrets of the sea

Have you ever wondered about the wildlife and ecosystems that lie beyond our beaches?

Researchers from the Marine Conservation Society and the Natural History Museum are calling on foreshore-loving residents to join the Big Seaweed Search.

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January 27th, 2023

Protesters highlight water pollution with blue plaques

Local protesters against the dumping of sewage into our seas have installed a satirical blue plaque in Worthing to highlight the shocking state of our waterways.
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