Given that the great bard himself considered all the world to be a stage, it is not without irony that we have bought a stage for a Shakespearean theatre company. I get one sentence out of it; Shakespeare could have fashioned an entire play. Rainbow Theatre have been staging summer
Every picture tells a story. That’s me at normal height, Catherine on tiptoes, Malcolm in a wig and a compere called Spice who is either 6 ft 10 or was wearing heels the size of a small building that I somehow managed to overlook in all the excitement. Maybe I
All too often, it seems, we don’t get to hand over our big cheque until some time after the headline act has gone home, made the tea and put the cat out. But that certainly wasn’t the case at Worthing’s wonderful One Love Festival in the Assembly Hall last weekend.
Worthing Community Chest – the local charity that gives grants of up to £1500 to local groups and events – wants to recycle your old clothes and shoes. It’s so simple – putting your old pants, socks and slippers into one of our big green bins means that we can
Trustees Karl and Martin went to present a cheque to Worthing Rugby Minis last week. Martin has reported back… A sunny summer’s evening saw the Worthing Community Chest team head to Worthing Rugby Club to present our giant cheque for £1,488 to the ‘Rugby Minis’. The season has finished but
Trustee Paul Willis went along to the Children’s Parade last weekend to present them with a cheque for £1,500. Sounds like he had a cracking time… One of the highlights of the burgeoning events calendar in Worthing is the Children’s Parade and now so many schools take part it has
Worthy Worthing Community Chest’s May Update It’s Naomi’s first blog for us! She went along to her first Appraisal Panel and helped us to award the most money EVER at a panel! The future is looking bright… As the newest kid on the WCC block I’ll admit I was absolutely
The cheque presentation to Soundcastle saw our giant cheque make its shortest ever journey from its home in the Town Hall to the Education Room in Worthing Museum. Trustees Shirley Robinson-Viney and Karl Allison, along with Charity Coordinator Catherine Attwood, waited outside the door until the strains of improvised music