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 Above. I recently paid a visit to the excellent Lancing Bicycle Project


Adur Art Club
Adur Petanque Club
British Legion
Cross Stitch Club
Empire Club
Internet Discussion group
Lancing Brass of the Royal British Legion
Lancing Canine Obedience Group
Lancing Rangers Football Club
Lancing Football Club
Lancing Kyushindo Judo Club
Lancing Manor Squash Club
Lancing Nature and History Group
Lancing Repertory Players
Lancing and Sompting PastFinders local history group

Community facilities

Lancing Leisure Centre
Lancing Library
Sompting Village Hall

Places of Worship

Lancing Methodist Church
Holy Family Catholic Church
Sompting United Reformed Church
Lancing Tabernacle
St James the Less Lancing
St Michael and All Angels Lancing


Friends of Lancing Ring

Youth/children's clubs

3rd/5th Lancing Sea Scouts Group
Electric Storm Youth


Home-Start Worthing & Adur
Lancing and Sompting Lions Club
Worthing Animal Clinic

Support Groups

Citizens Advice Bureau
Steyning and District Diabetes support group

New Adur and Worthing Chief Inspector- Jo Banks Chief Inspector Jo Banks has stepped into the job of  District Commander for Adur and Worthing this week and is excited about her new role. She said: "I like Adur and Worthing and really want to get involved in the town and the area as a whole. I've got a strong Neighbourhood Policing Team and my aim is to get out with my teams to understand what impacts most on residents and businesses." CI Banks has worked her way through the ranks - most recently as a Detective Inspector in Worthing. She led on the investigation of two Nigerian girls who went missing from Worthing and were trafficked out of the country. The investigation led to an arrest of two individuals who have been charged with Human Trafficking Offences more

Friends of Manor Park

Are you eligible for the Warm Home discount?  Support is available from major energy suppliers to help the vulnerable and those in hardship to pay for their energy this winter. The Warm Home Discount is a new annual rebate payment of 120 that will be paid to low income and vulnerable households. It replaces social tariffs and voluntary agreements previously offered by the major energy suppliers more

Heather Wilson contact to say "Hi Andy, For some years I have been Chairman of Lancing and Southwick Lip Reading Group. We used to run 2 separate classes but we have now been able to combine them. We meet most Fridays in the inner Green Room at Lancing Parish Hall, Chester Avenue, Lancing, BN15 8AJ from 2.00 p.m. until 3.30 p.m. The fee is 4.00 per meeting. Our Tutor is the lovely Gill Houghton who has hearing loss and manages to hold down several jobs very successfully as well and being a very good single parent. She is an inspiration! The classes are very informative and great fun too. The class is open to anybody who thinks that Lip Reading would help them, the majority of members are retired but there is a very mixed age range of members who mix very well indeed"

Road crash email address launched Sussex Police's Roads Policing Investigations unit have launched an email address specifically for witnesses to get in contact with them. The address - collision.appeal@sussex.pnn.police.uk - is now available for witnesses of serious injury and fatal collisions to send in the details of what they saw. Sergeant Mel Doyle of Sussex Police's Roads Policing Investigations unit said: "Witnesses to collisions have always been able to call Sussex Police to make a report but these days an increasing number of people communicate using email. "It's quick and easy to send an email and the information you provide to us could help to provide answers to the family and friends of a loved one who has died or been seriously injured in a collision on the roads of Sussex. "When contacting police as a witness of a collision we would ask that you provide us with information about where and when the collision took place, what you saw, your name, address and contact telephone number." Witnesses are asked to email collision.appeal@sussex.pnn.police.uk or contact Sussex Police on 101. Call 999 if it is an emergency

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