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The first ever Worthing Mental Health Awareness Week

by Press Officer on 6 October, 2013

                    WORTHING MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK Offington Park Methodist Church, Broadwater Green / South Farm Road,  BN14 7TN All week – Charities’ / Organisations’ information stands Information etc about mental health, where to get help Art Exhibition from Worthing Churches Homeless Project. Free talks and presentations […]

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Local Business Sponsors Charity Ball

by Press Officer on 29 September, 2013

asphaleia action – a charity that supports some of Sussex’s most vulnerable young people – can announce that Wellesley Wealth Advisory are the HEADLINE SPONSOR of their Charity Ball at the prestigious Grand Hotel, Brighton on 19th October 2013. David Clark, asphaleia action’s Charity Manager, said “We are so grateful for Wellesley’s kind support. And […]

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Worthing song and dance video – Please join in

by Press Officer on 14 August, 2013

I’d just like to let you know briefly about a song and dance video being made to promote Worthing featuring the Mayor. We are rehearsing and filming during most of August and we need a whole herd of keen dancers and movers to take part in a couple of big scenes. The dancing is extremely […]

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As SMEs look for innovative new ways of attracting customers, more and more are looking to charity partnerships to help them prosper. The benefits can be enormous for both sides, just as along as the marketing is clear and concise… The principle of CSR marketing goes that consumers’ expectations of companies have changed: people want […]

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What are mental health problems?

by Press Officer on 9 August, 2013

                                    What are mental health problems?   Our mental health affects the way we think and feel about ourselves and others, and how we deal with life. We all have mental health, like we all have physical health. […]

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The scheme, which is already up and running in other key areas of the county, recruits volunteers from within the local community to help deliver the Fire Service’s life-saving Home Fire Safety Check service. Following full training, the volunteers will be arranging and carrying out Home Fire Safety Checks for residents in the Worthing area […]

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Drive out ‘cowboy’ letting agents, say MPs

by Press Officer on 18 July, 2013

Action must be taken to tackle sharp practice and abuse by letting agents, says the Communities and Local Government Committee in a Report published today.     The report proposes bringing regulation for letting agents up to the level of that for estate agents. This would give the Office of Fair Trading the power to […]

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CircusSeen Summer Newsletter for upcoming events

by Press Officer on 9 July, 2013

Hello from the CircusSeen team!   It’s time for our summer news letter newsletter and it’s absolutely chocked full of the events we will be at for the next term and holidays!   CircusSeen Children Summer training school workshop Tuesday August   6th, 20th and 27th   Next up is our Children’s Summer Holiday Workshops   […]

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A West Sussex County Council children’s care home has been given an ‘outstanding’ rating by Ofsted – the highest possible outcome. May House in Worthing, which provides accommodation and care for up to three children with severe learning difficulties, was praised following a recent inspection. The focus of May House is to work closely and […]

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MindFull launches today!

by Press Officer on 5 July, 2013

Today the MindFull team are down at BAFTA to officially launch the charity and this very special site! At the launch event today, we’ll be hearing from young people about why we need a service like MindFull, as well as the experts from the Government and mental health profession, like Ed Milliband and Professor Tanya […]

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