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New Film highlights Adults’ Services in West Sussex

by Press Officer on 12 February, 2013

A newly released film shows the wide range of Adults’ Services provided by West Sussex County Council. The County Council has changed the way it provides Adults’ Services in order to meet the needs of an ageing population. The film shows the scope and the variety of these services. The film explains how the council’s […]

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                    Articles for the past week: Leader:  Eastleigh – the good news       News this past week: 1. Protection For Fishermen In The South East Is Long Overdue 2. Kitties Field Lights –  It’s On, It’s Off 3. Lib Dem Members Have Chosen Mike Thornton As […]

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Worthing High School Ofsted Report

by Press Officer on 5 February, 2013

West Sussex Academy Watch are saddened but unsurprised by the latest Ofsted report which finds the leadership and management of Worthing High School to be ‘inadequate’, resulting in the school being placed in special measures. Linda McVeigh, a parent of a child currently at the school and a spokesperson for the group said “our campaign […]

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Update From Catherine

by Press Officer on 1 February, 2013

Happy 2013! Although New Years’ Day seems like quite a long time ago now after another busy month! Many of you will remember me recently asking the Commission about Ash Tree Dieback.  We have received an encouraging response and you can read more here.   We have been reminded once again that the disgusting trade in […]

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Grants available for well-being activities

by Press Officer on 31 January, 2013

      Voluntary and Community Sector Organisations can apply for a share of a West Sussex County Council grants programme that funds community-based activities for adults and older people. The application process for this year’s Prevention and Wellbeing Grants Programme has opened. Voluntary and community organisations can apply for up to £5,000 out of […]

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How support for brothers and sisters can help

by Press Officer on 25 January, 2013

Do you know someone who has a brother or sister affected by mental illness? We all know that the impact of mental illness on families can be great and everyone learns and recovers at their own rate. But the brothers and sisters of people with mental illness often don’t have access to information or emotional […]

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Worthing commemorates Holocaust Memorial Day 2013

by Press Officer on 22 January, 2013

Worthing commemorates Holocaust Memorial Day 2013         2013 Theme: Communities Together – Build a Bridge   Residents in Worthing are invited this coming weekend to commemorate the national Holocaust Memorial Day on 27 January. The commemoration will take place on Sunday 27th also around the Tree of Life planted some years ago […]

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  West Sussex – along with the rest of England – is recovering from one of the wettest years of weather since records began with torrential rain taking a heavy toll on the county’s road network. Six hundred potholes have been reported to West Sussex County Council since Christmas Eve. Surface water made the problem […]

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Loading… Webcast Available Here : http://connect.westsussex.public-i.tv/site/player/index.php?a=94603   Bob Smytherman’s Key Recommendations ignored by Tory Councillors 1. The guidance provided by West Sussex County Council to schools considering becoming an Academy should be revised In the light of recent experience at Worthing High School, to encourage more effective consultation processes. 2..The Cabinet Member is requested to […]

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A new film takes a look at two important services which help people with learning disabilities retain their independence.   The film shows how the ‘My Network’ centres – which are based in main towns in West Sussex –  provide advice, support and informal socialising sessions for people with learning disabilities. It also highlights the […]

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