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
Many thanks to the Worthing Herald who are covering our recycling activities! You can read all about our recycling pop ups here. We have been busy over the last few weeks with hosts including Worthing Town Hall, Colonnade House and Goring United Reformed Church. One of more recent pop ups
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
You can read all about our latest funding round here. Thanks also to the Worthing Herald who covered the story – read their report here. Our May funding round is now open! It’s the perfect opportunity for local groups who host Spring, Summer or even Autumn events to apply for
Worthing Community Chest is a registered, local, independent charity. We support projects and activities in Worthing which enable social and economic well being. We do this by awarding small grants to groups, clubs, events and other good causes.