July 10th, 2017

40th Great Village Show – Saturday 12th August 2017

Every year, in the season of mellow fruitfulness, the biggest, roundest, straightest, longest and tastiest of local produce can be seen at the Worthing Allotments and Gardens Association annual show. This August it will be held again at Oak Grove College, whose own gardens on The Boulevard are open to the public under the National Gardens Scheme.

As well as the fruit, flowers and vegetables grown by members, along with cakes, jams and chutneys, stalls include beekeepers, crafts, “grow your own” supplies and the camera club. Children, who get free entry, are well catered for with many activities and a play area. Produce that isn’t eaten on the day may be for sale by the end and refreshments are available all afternoon. On-site parking is free, so nip along between 1pm and 4.30 pm on Saturday 12th August 2017 and enjoy the best 50p worth of the year.

Oak Grove College,
The Boulevard,
BN13 1JX

Rik Pease, Secretary,
0750 5677387

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July 10th, 2017

Worthing Allotments and Gardens - Ceilidh (barn dance)

Live Band and Caller: The Sussex Pistols
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May 11th, 2017

Broadwater Schools will take part in this year's Children's Parade

2017 is the Worthing Children's parade's 10th Anniversary, so what better way of celebrating than to use one of the worlds most loved current children's authors as inspiration for our 'big-makes'. This year we have opened up the theme so that schools may choose any character from any Julia Donaldson book to create their schools ‘big make’ entry.  Each school will choose a character from one of Julia Donaldson's books. Teachers and students will work with one of the Parade artists in a school based workshop to develop their character design into three dimensions.  High schools also have the opportunity of joining the parade. We are expecting some fabulously exciting designs and sculptures as Julia Donaldson's work appeals to children of all ages.

On the morning of the Parade we all gather at Denton Gardens at approximatley 9am and plan to move on from there at 10am. The parade moves westwards along the Seafront towards West Buildings and then along Montague Street, all the way down to South Street; turning left towards South Street Square, the parade will then turn right onto Warwick Street and end at Steyne Gardens at approximatley 11:15-30am. The children are welcomed back into Steyne gardens by Tim Loughton and the Mayor and Mayoress along with a charity fair in aid of the Smiles Foundation. At the charity fair there will be fairground rides, hot food and drinks avialiabe and a selection of other stall as well as a plethora of children's entertainment and music provided by More FM to while away the rest of the afternoon. 

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May 10th, 2017

Buddys are holding a Summer Fair!

Celebrating 10 years of opening, Buddy's café is holding a Summer Fair on Saturday 3rd June from 9.30 - 1pm at Buddy's Café and Charity Shop in South Farm Road. There will be homemade cakes and bacon rolls, handmade crafts, plants tombola and much more!
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