From the 12th March local services in Central Worthing (Central and Heene wards) will be opening their doors to all local residents to promote the vital work they do and services they offer. Residents are also being asked for their views about services.
Called ‘Action Central Worthing’ the week will finish with a day of activities for the whole family on Saturday 17th March at Sidney Walter Centre, from 12-4pm. There’ll be fun attractions for children and young people including a bouncy castle & face-painting, crèche, and food and drink. Albion in the Community host a penalties competition, there’ll be a basketball display, and the chance to take part in ukulele, African drumming, and circus skills workshops.
The initiative has been developed in response to residents asking for more information about local services which provide support, help, activities, information and advice.
Local services and organisations taking part include: Footprints Children & Family Centre, Guild Care, Adur & Worthing Wellbeing Hubs, local youth projects, Homefield Park Action Group, local schools, Citizens Advice Bureau, Northbrook College, Worthing Libraries and many more.
Residents will be receiving information about this week along with a map of local services, what they offer and their opening times, and details of Saturday’s community event. People can also pick up the action week programme and a survey through local community venues or Adur and Worthing Councils.
This is part of a wider programme of work called Neighbourhood Action Plans which is all about working with local people in neighbourhoods. Following on will be “Action Northbrook” and “Action Eastbrook” between 19th-24th March, with “Action East Worthing” taking place from March 26th-31st.
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