Worthing

March 6th, 2024

Transformed toilets reopen in Worthing

New and accessible public toilets have opened in Worthing as part of an ongoing project to bring better facilities to the town centre.

Worthing Borough Council has opened the new public toilets at High Street multi-storey car park following a five-month project to transform the existing toilets into modern facilities for the community.

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February 27th, 2024

£100k award accelerates pace of pioneering marine rewilding project

An ambitious collaborative project working to enable nature to take the lead across 100 miles of Sussex coastline is to be awarded £100k of funding from charity Rewilding Britain.

Sussex Bay, the organisation behind the project, has a vision for a healthy marine ecosystem for the Sussex Bay area, an extensive seascape that encompasses 100 miles of coastline from Selsey Bill to Camber Sands and is home to over 1 million residents.

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February 23rd, 2024

Gospel choir looks to build on success of Worthing Black History Month

A Worthing gospel choir is hoping to build on the success of last year’s Worthing Black History Month - which was funded using money from Worthing Borough Council’s Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Neighbourhood Fund.

Spring into Soul is a Worthing-based community soul and gospel choir that meets at St. Botolph’s Church in Heene and is open to singers from any (or no) religious background.

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February 22nd, 2024

Windsor House Hotel planning hearing to be held at Worthing Town Hall

A public hearing will be held at Worthing Town Hall in March to decide whether a developer should be allowed to use the Windsor House Hotel for housing.

A planning inspector will consider whether or not SDR Group should have planning permission to use the building in Windsor Road as shared living accommodation with 44 bedrooms divided into 5 self-contained annexes, each with shared kitchen, dining and living spaces.

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