Medieval madness

This year’s fun day, which had a medieval flavour, was held at the Maybridge Keystone Club on Saturday 13 October. Chris Polden, Chair of Worthing Homes did the honours of opening the afternoon and this was quickly followed by a demonstration from the Worthing...

Changing faces

The Community House and youth organisation Blueprint 22 are pleased to announce their one day community photography project ‘Changing Faces’, which is being held on Monday 29 October. Changing Faces will capture a day in the life of the Community House as a...

Victorious against anti-social behaviour

Worthing Homes were pleased to be granted an anti-social behaviour injunction against one of their residents on the 2 October, following a two day trial at Worthing County Court. The action was taken following a number of complaints from neighbours who complained that...

Contractors charter

As a company committed to providing high quality, comfortable and safe homes for all residents it is important to us that we work in partnership with a preferred range of suppliers who have all adopted our contractors code of conduct. Over the last few months our...

Talking heads

Worthing Homes held its first residents conference on Thursday 13 September. Against the backdrop of the Ardington Hotel, the Worthing Homes senior and corporate management team gathered with over 30 residents and presented on our performance from the previous year....
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