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Projects in empty shops, void space and slack spaces
Findon Website (953)
Findon, just north of our Worthing HQ, has both an interesting history - and a great future. Find out more on this website.
Goring By Sea (1,713)
Bursting-at-the-seams website, full of news and links from the sunny side of Worthing.
Horsham Website (1,047)
horsham.co.uk - the website serving Business and the Community in Horsham District
Shoreham By Sea (1,836)
Community website which provides an essential guide to life in Shoreham by Sea, with comprehensive section for local arts.
The Pork Bolter (1,061)
The Pork-Bolter is a totally independent newsletter produced by and for ordinary residents of Worthing. The Pork-Bolter tend to get excited about minor, unfashionable causes like freedom, justice and nature. The Pork-Bolter message is 100% organic, grown in the soil of local history, and has neither been genetically modified by sinister american corporations or chemically sterilised by corrupt centralised political parties
The Sensory Garden Project (1,165)
A garden designed specifically to be “Positive About Disabled People”. To stimulate the senses and provide a haven of peace, a place to chill-out and unwind from the stress of modern living.
The website is aimed at the local and worldwide Multiple Sclerosis communities, people with other disability or chronic illness, elderly people, their carers and people who are interested in various aspects of Natural Health.
In addition our unique fundraising initiative brings together communities who are also interested in Art & Craft, Music, Peace, Gardening & Wildlife and generates funds through donations, events and sponsorship.
Worthing Community Website (903)
Worthing's original community website, back after being lost in the wilderness for a while. Watch as this new site grows in coming months.
Worthing Dome (1,018)
Before he founded RAG, artist Dan Thompson was a founder of Worthing's Dome Regeneration Trust ... and as administrator helped them take over the historic building. Currently closed for refurbishment, the Dome is due to re-open in summer 2006. This website provides a comprehensive history of this exciting building.