“It’s nice to give a bit back to the community. The most satisfying thing is whe…


“It’s nice to give a bit back to the community. The most satisfying thing is when members of the public walking past stop and say thank you.” Did you know that the parks and open spaces in Adur & Worthing are cared for by a small army of volunteers? If you enjoy being outdoors, meeting other people and would like to help care for the local environment, why not join one of our ‘Friends of’ groups. Listen to this episode of the #SpringForward podcast series to hear from two of volunteers – Phil and Pam – from the Friends of Marine Gardens Group about what it’s like to be part of this community team. Then click on this link to find out how you could get involved ⬇ https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/spring-forward/#get-involved

Today on the SpringForward podcast we’re heading to one of Worthing’s most popular parks hearing from some of the volunteers working hard to preserve the 1930s charm of Marine Gardens. Host and former BBC Radio Sussex presenter Neil Pringle also gets a tour of the award-winning area from ranger Anthony Read, hearing first hand how new planting will help it adapt to the onset of climate change. Spring Forward is a podcast series created by Adur and Worthing Councils. Listen to it here or search for SpringForward at PodBean, Apple Podcast, Google Podcasts and other hosting sites to listen to the series.




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