We’ve fully embraced getting outdoors and active over the last few weeks, come rain or shine! Our partnerships with the Rotary Club of Worthing, South Downs Leisure and Worthing Borough Council have provided two wonderful opportunities to bring our community together. The Rotary Club and Worthing Community Chest hosted a

WORTHING COMMUNITY CHEST AUGUST 2019 FUNDING ROUND Worthing Community Chest, the local, independent charity that makes small grants to groups, clubs, events and other good causes in Worthing, announces its latest round of funding awards. Our Appraisal Panel, made up of representatives from groups we have funded in the previous

We’ve been busy this summer getting involved with all our lovely local groups! Read all about our cheque presentation to Worthing Rowing Club at their annual regatta which took place on last Saturday, August 3rd. We took advantage of the holiday mood and unveiled our fabulous glass window on the

Where once was retribution spat, where bonfire boys made fright, where seas of stagnant darkness sat, there flows a tide of light. That’s not a hymn from 150 years ago, but it’s meant to sound like one because, when it comes to bonfire night, Worthing wasn’t always the best place

Rowing is one of those sports at which Britons are supposed to excel, because it involves sitting down and using expensive pieces of equipment like a boat or a bike or a horse. But as a community activity, it probably struggles unfairly against its own heritage. People find it hard