Category: Worthing

News from Worthing

Wscc Children’s Select Committee Ofsted Report

On 15th May the West Sussex Children and Young People’s Services Select Committee had it’s first opportunity to discuss the recent Ofsted report   Watch the webcast here Children and Young People’s Services Select Committee – Wed, 15th May 2019

Worthing Growth Deal – key areas

Worthing town centre Bringing together six key redevelopment areas in the town through a series of associated public realm improvements and investment will help us build new homes and encourage commercial, leisure and retail development at: Teville Gate Union Place

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Worthing Pier is Pier of the Year!

As the representative of Worthing Pier division at West Sussex County Council, I couldn’t be prouder that Worthing Pier has won pier of the year. Special praise to Worthing Borough Council who own and maintain the pier for doing such

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Worthing Growth Deal

In nearly every meeting I have attended at West Sussex County Hall I have continued to push the Worthing agenda. I have championed the town centre redevelopment and pushed forward highways schemes desperately needed to keep our lovely town moving.

West Sussex wins bid to become one of the first Time to Change hubs – set up to change how we all think and act about mental health

West Sussex wins bid to become one of the first Time to Change hubs – set up to change how we all think and act about mental health Councils, the NHS, community groups, charities, employers and schools in West Sussex

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Southern Strikes Must Stop

This morning on Radio 4 I heard a speaker defending the Southern strikes saying that they have the support of commuters. I wholly disagree. Whatever the rights and wrongs of the dispute, it has gone on too long, has cost

At last! A27 upgrade is back on the table

Years and years of hard work have brought us to this stage and the Prime Minister David Cameron has revealed the A27 is in for government money. Good news for businesses, good news for residents. Once the work is done,

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West Sussex receives £350,000 Signs of Safety grant

As a foster carer and part of the foster panel, I have received Signs of Safety training. It is a fantastic new approach to care and at this stage I fully support its introduction. This press release just received is

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Travelodge Worthing – Update

On Wednesday last week (17th September) I received confirmation that Travelodge are intending to finally redecorate the exterior of their hotel on Marine Parade, Worthing. This follows the hotel’s decor remaining in an awful state of repair for some 18

Travelodge Worthing

Back on September 13th 2013 I wrote this letter to the CEO of Travelodge letting him know just how bad a decorative state the Worthing seafront Travelodge was in and asking him to do something about it: To date I