A ground-breaking charity, which helped patron and world-famous singer Rag’n’Bon…

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A ground-breaking charity, which helped patron and world-famous singer Rag’n’Bone Man on his ladder to success, is moving to Worthing.

The chief of AudioActive, which uses music to inspire and help youngsters, believes the town is ‘rich in talent’ – and will benefit from housing a space for musical artists and pioneering projects.

The deal was brokered by Worthing Borough Council and means the charity will take over all three floors inside the old Dorothy Perkins clothing store on Montague Street, as a workshop and performance space.

Adam Joolia, chief executive officer of AudioActive, says arts and culture organisations like his can lead to a renaissance of town centres like Worthing’s,… More


Adur & Worthing Councils, profile pictureMay be an image of 10 people, beard and text that says "BUILOING ADUR & WORTHING COUNCILS Feburary 2021 this ssue Plans for 171 new homes on Adur Civic Centre site Adur' first Council homes tor ears Integrated health hub plans move ahead RAG 'Ν' BONE MAN AND HIS CREW ARE COMING TO TOWN Pioneering charity which helps young people through music and whose patron is world famous singer and songwriter is moving to Worthing"


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