This year’s annual general meeting of the West Downs Neighbourhood Watch Task Force on September 27 featured a wide-ranging presentation by our welcome guest Caroline Nicholls, High Sheriff of West Sussex, which left her audience in no doubt as the sheer amount of work undertaken in that capacity.
Parliament returned from the conference recess this week and we have a busy few weeks ahead of us as Brexit negotiations (hopefully) edge towards some sort of end point, and the budget has been announced for October 29.
Having just passed the International Day of Peace on September 21, we celebrated our 40th birthday with a club visit to Richebourg in France on September 22 and 23. Richebourg is a live example of survival. It has a special connection for us.
The problems surrounding the homeless shelter in Lyndhurst Road were once again the main topic discussed at the meeting of the East Worthing Community Panel last Tuesday, and these show little sign of abating.
Significant Figures: remembrance through making is an intimate and poignant exhibition which seeks to articulate remembrance through the making of art is currently on show at the Oxmarket Gallery in Chichester.