Worthing Borough Council is bringing The Big Listen to the seafront


PEOPLE in Worthing have called for more investment in the city’s music venues and parks.

Councilors and officials from Worthing Borough Council chatted with residents by the sea as they enjoyed dance performances and the Worthing Regatta over the weekend.

During August and September, councilors and council officials travel across the county to attend community events for the agency’s Big Lists campaign, which aims to find out what people want to see from the council to “reinvent” the city by 2030.

Issues raised included more support for music events, park improvements and the need to make the beach more accessible.

Max Griffin, 31, from Tarring, said: “We need more support for music venues as this can help upgrade the town center and make Worthing a place that people are more likely to visit. There are more and more young people here and a good music scene.”

Zoe Haddock, 44, who lives in Worthing’s Central Borough, said: “More investment in the parks would be nice.

“We keep hearing about Beach House Park development so it would be nice to see this moving forward and the parks improving.

“It’s also nice to have the beach on your doorstep, but it could be more accessible.”

Council Vice President Carl Walker urged people to come and speak to the Big List team.

“By participating in The Big Lists, local people help us to understand what residents really want for the future of the city,” he said.

“I am so grateful to everyone who has already shared their thoughts with us and I urge everyone to come and speak with us so we can understand and help on the issues that interest you most. ” Worthing Borough Council is bringing The Big Listen to the seafront

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