Organisations interested in sustainability and protecting the environment in Worthing
Worthing DownlandersWorthing Downlanders aim to protect the Council-owned downland around Worthing, enhance the environment for wildlife there and maximise opportunities for the public to access these inspiring open spaces.
The Worthing SocietyKeeping an eye on the well-being of Worthing's architectural highlights and the other amenities which make Worthing such an attractive town.
The Shoreham SocietyTakes an interest in all aspects of Shoreham life - not just planning, conservation and building development.
The Angmering SocietyOrganises events to highlight and protect the most beautiful features of Angmering.
The Downs BarnAn innovative Environment Education Centre owned by the Sompting Estate
The rapid development of Worthing after the first world war spoiled hundreds of acres of glorious countryside. Extensive building in the Findon Valley and around Salvington damaged the natural beauty of the area - but provided many people with attractive places to live and work.
The never-ending A27 dilemma is another major decision facing not just Worthing, but West Sussex as a whole.
The current route through Worthing is slow, noisy and polluting. But what exactly is the price in environmental terms of a by-pass? It's a question to which there is no right answer.
Worthing RevolutionsCampaigning to make Worthing a better and safer place for cycling.
Worthing RegenerationThe Worthing Masterplan - planning a new future for Worthing and especially the Town Centre.
Worthing TogetherGroup set up to canvas views about the Worthing Sustainable Community Strategy.
Protect Our WoodlandThe campaign to stop development in Durrington and preserve the woodland around Titnore Lane.
Findon Valley Residents AssociationTrying to maintain the Findon Valley as a beautiful place to live
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