Members of Sight Support Worthing, along with their President Bob Smytherman, the Mayor and her Consort had a lovely Christmas lunch yesterday.
Members were entertained by Kim Bonsor and enjoyed singing along to the festive music.

[Photos show members at the Christmas lunch, the Mayor and Kim Bonsor]
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Thanks to all those who came along and helped raise over Β£400 at our Christmas Coffee morning earlier today. ...

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Video, previously filmed with a member from Sight Support Worthing, shows how difficult street furniture, such as A Boards, can be for the sight impaired. ...

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Have you heard about the
Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Lanyard Scheme ?

This is an initiative designed to act as a discreet sign that somebody has a hidden disability and requires additional assistance while out in public. Pick one up in participating stores, such as M&S. The lanyards are free and you don't need to provide proof of a disability.
Dementia Friendly Worthing
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Do you have an hour and a half to spare on a Wednesday morning? Are you interested in volunteering but have never quite taken the plunge?
We need a regular assistant on our minibus to help with pickups on a Wednesday morning between 9am & 10.30am. If you think this could be for you, please reply via this post or messenger or give us a call, we'd really love to hear from you!
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πŸ‘πŸŸWell done to all the team at Tide of Light for putting on a fantastic indoor Festival at the Assembly Halls on Saturday, after the outdoor events had to be cancelled because of the horrendous weather!
All the giant Lanterns, including Buzzlightfish made by Sight Support Worthing, looked wonderful lit up. The children enjoyed making their smaller lanterns and the entertainment on the stage was great. lets hope the parade can be rearranged for sometime early next year. πŸ‘πŸŸ
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If you were planning on coming along to the outdoor Tide of Light later then please still come to the relocated The Tide of Light at the Assembly Halls where there will be music and crafting and a giant lantern exhibition for all to enjoy.
2pm Start and a 7pm finish and in between that we have Dan Budd as Robbie Williams Rock Choir Northbrook City Met College plus the very famous Worthing Waggle.
This will be a warm and snug afternoon inside away from the rain - we have crafting activities making lovely lanterns at 3pm and 5pm (book here ow.ly/z3Oc50wZvqS ) and all the giant lanterns will be on display. Come along for this free family festival and celebrate with everyone from the community who has been working hard on their lanterns.
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πŸ‘πŸŸSad news that the Tide of Light outdoor events have had to be cancelled because of the severe weather forecast.
However please still come along to the Assembly Halls for an Indoor Tide of Light celebration from 3-8pm Saturday. Meet Buzzlightfish and the other lanterns and watch the performers that would have also been entertaining you at Beach Grounds.πŸ‘πŸŸ
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2 months ago

Sight Support Worthing

Sight Support Worthing's President, Bob Smytherman paid a suprise visit to our Beefish, when he was being given some eyes during a craft session. Buzzlightfish is now nearly ready for the Tide of Light Parade on the 2nd November. Please come along and support this great event. ...

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🚍 DO YOU HAVE SOME SPARE TIME?
We are looking for a volunteer driver to take out members in the minibus every other Monday morning.
Volunteers are also needed to assist on the minibus every other Monday,Tuesday and friday .
If you are interested please contact us on info@sightsupportworthing.org.uk or call 01903 235782
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2 months ago

Sight Support Worthing

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2 months ago

Sight Support Worthing

Buzzlightfish is starting to look very colourful and will look even better lit up on Saturday 2nd November, at the Tide of Light Parade. Please come along and support this great community event!The buzz light fish from Sight Support Worthing looks incredible! Come on down to #tideoflightfestival2019 on Nov 2nd to see this creature all lit up 🀩πŸ”₯ ...

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🌟🐟A big Thankyou to everyone, including members of Sight Support and Inclusive Arts, who worked so hard to build the Giant Beefish lantern last friday.
Please come along to the Tide of Light Parade on Saturday 2nd November to meet Buzzlightfish all lit up and decorated.🌟🐟
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It's a 'hive' of activity here as the big build is underway to create a bee/fish structure for the tide of light on 2nd November ...

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If you have a question for your County Councillor then you might like to come along on the 25th November 2019 to Worthing Football Club. ...

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3 months ago

Sight Support Worthing

πŸšβ›³Members had an enjoyable day visiting Canoe Lake on the esplanade at Southsea this week. After refreshments they played golf and visited the model village before lunch in the Deep Blue restaurant and then returning home.πŸšβ›³

[Photograph shows members at Canoe lake, Southsea]
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πŸšŒπŸ€“We had a great time taking part in the Rotary carnival procession yesterday,along with some extra minion friends, on what was the hottest ever Bank holiday. πŸšŒπŸ€“

[Photographs show Sight Support Worthing's triobike,car and minibus in the parade]
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4 months ago

Sight Support Worthing

🌳🌼Members of Sight Support Worthing had an enjoyable visit on 19th August to Sheffield Park. Despite the rain they were able to test out a new sensory tour for people with vision impairment. The NT appreciated the constructive feedback given and will adjust their tour accordingly.🌳🌼 [Photos show members at Sheffield Park and Garden] ...

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🚍Sight Support Worthing will be taking part in the Rotary Carnival Procession on Bank Holiday Monday along Worthing Seafront . Please come along and support us and our special friends!
The procession will be leaving Grand Avenue at 12:00 .🚍
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