Do you enjoy gardening, protecting wildlife, making new friends and getting involved? Then why not join the project team at Cortis Avenue wildlife garden!
A piece of land (which belongs to Worthing Homes) at the north east side of Cortis Avenue is now the site of the first local community garden run by local people and volunteers.
Do you enjoy learning about wildlife, making new friends and being involved with practical hands-on outdoor activities? Then Cortis Avenue Wildlife Garden (CAWG) is the place.
The project which started in October 2010 gives volunteers the chance to learn new skills, meet new people and socialise in a friendly informal setting.
The volunteer team meet at the garden on the second Saturday of every month. Everyone is welcome. Just come along dressed appropriately for the weather; long trousers and sensible footwear are recommended.
You can find more information on the Cortis Avenue Wildlife Garden Sanctuary Facebook page, and the Transition Town Worthing website (which includes a short film about the garden).