Latest Park News

Important announcements and general Business Park news will be regularly posted on this page. The very latest information will also be available in various places around the website and on facebook & twitter.
  • 13 April 2017 12:43 PM | Tracie Davey

    New! - 360° Product Spin Photography

    360° Product photography is a great way for your customers to really engage with your products.

    360° Spins make your products look great and... what better way, than to see them in full 360 degrees!

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    Rotation and frame speeds can be adjusted, slowed or increased.

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    Two or three products make spins more interesting and more cost effective.

    Further examples & info can be found on the website
    or give me a call 01903 854 920

  • 13 April 2017 12:37 PM | Tracie Davey

    #summeriscoming - Summer of Circus 2017 at Worthing Theatres

    Following on from our successful inaugural season, our WT Summer of Circus kicks off this June! Running right through to August, this year promises to be bigger and better then ever before.

    Not only do we have stunning shows from some of the leading circus companies in the world, we also have fantastic workshops, allowing you and your group to have a go! Spaces for the workshops are extremely limited.

    There are fantastic group rates available, with tickets starting from as little as £6.50 per person. 

    The front seats are going fast! Reserve your group today to ensure the best views and pay nothing until Friday 19 May! 


    Barely Methodical Troupe
    Pavilion Theatre | Friday 16 & Saturday 17 June 7.30pm
    Group 8+ £8.50 (usually £19.50, save £11)
    Urban circus from one of the hottest circus companies in the UK today. This is circus at its most exciting. OPENING NIGHT PARTY! - We're having a bash to celebrate the opening night of the Summer of Circus. Join us from 6pm on Friday 16 June for fun, frolics and shenanigans. Tickets cost just £10 for the party and the show, quote LAUNCH when booking. More information about the pre-show fun will be coming soon, but trust us, you won't want to miss this...

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  • 30 March 2017 1:01 PM | Tracie Davey

    Adur & Worthing Business Awards 2017 - ‘The awards organised by businesses for the businesses’ 

    The new organising committee of the Adur & Worthing Business Awards are delighted to confirm that the awards will now be independently run and organised under the umbrella of the Adur & Worthing Business Partnership (AWBP) as a ‘Not-for-Profit’ business model.  James Stoner, a member of the existing committee and category sponsor recently commented “Going forward the awards are to be organised by the businesses for the businesses and by working together with the AWBP, we look forward to the continued success of one of the most prestigious events in the local business calendar”.

    The AWBP plays a pivotal role as an independent partnership working on behalf of the Adur and Worthing business community and Adur and Worthing Councils.  The AWBP is seen as the ideal vehicle to take the Adur & Worthing Business Awards forward, securing the longevity and the future success of the event.  Peter Webb MBE a member of the AWBP commented, “In recent years the Business Awards have gone from strength to strength and looking ahead, our main priority is to continue this momentum.  I believe now it is the right time to move the awards forward and develop a not-for-profit model under the stewardship of the AWBP”

    Now in its 10th year, the organising committee are proud to announce the launch of The Adur & Worthing Business Awards 2017. The awards continue to grow and establish a solid reputation within the local business community and serve to showcase and celebrate the excellent business people and organisations we have here in the Adur & Worthing district.

    Businesses are invited to enter these awards which offer sixteen separate categories, all designed to recognise successes and achievements across various industries.  The judging panel will be led by a number of local business figures, representatives from Worthing & Adur Chamber of Commerce and Adur & Worthing Council who themselves, bring a wealth of industry knowledge to the awards.

    To get the Awards off to a flying start, please join us at the official launch which will run in conjunction with Worthing and Adur Chamber of Commerce - Chamber Chat event.  Hear more about how you can get involved in one of the biggest business events in the area by joining us for drinks, light bites and networking from 5.30pm on Wednesday 7th June at Worthing Pier, Southern Pavilion.

    You will hear about new sponsor, award categories,  our chosen charity for this year and how to enter. Sponsors and previous winners will be on hand to tell you about how getting involved benefits both your business and your team and of course there will be lots of networking opportunities too!

    Full details on the categories available and how to enter the awards can be found on the new Adur & Worthing Business Awards which is now live.  The winners will be announced at a glittering black tie awards ceremony to be held at The Pavilion, Worthing on Friday 10th November 2017.  Please keep visiting the website for more information and regular news updates. 

    For all enquiries about this event

  • 30 March 2017 10:09 AM | Tracie Davey

    Lancing GP Indoor Karting event ran on the 9th March at Lancing Business Park - It really was a great night and we were

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    very lucky to have so many people take part. We had teams from South Coast Gym, Low Cost Tyres, Fine Cut, CT Fabrications, Paperound, C.J.S and RR Donnelley. 

    After a frantic 2 hour endurance race, Low Cost Tyres won.With CT Fabrications not far behind in second.Followed very closely by the guys from Fine Cut. Everyone had a great time and already asking about the next one. Which we are booking for June 8th.

    Photo: the guys on the podium with Matt Evans from Low Cost Tyres holding the much coveted Lancing GP trophy.

  • 30 March 2017 9:57 AM | Tracie Davey

    Help for Heroes Concert 2017

    Simon Parker is a local registered fundraiser for the charity Help for Heroes.  Simon is currently planning a concert to take place in October 2017 which would include performances from a local youth community band, soloist singers and small vocal groups. All money raised from this event will go straight to the charity.

    Would you be interested in sponsoring this concert?  If you feel that you are able to help support this event then please contact Simon direct.

    Simon Parker - Help for Heroes Fundraiser

  • 17 March 2017 1:18 PM | Tracie Davey

    Parafix Tapes & Conversions Ltd to sponsor Sussex's Royal London One-Day Cup shirt Wednesday 15th March 2017

    Sussex Cricket are delighted to announce that they have signed a deal with
    Parafix Tapes & Conversions Ltd<> to be the sponsor
    of their Royal London One-Day Cup shirt during the 2017 season.

    Parafix is Europe's leading converter of adhesive and flexible materials,
    supplying custom components into healthcare, automotive, electronics and
    industrial markets.

    From their state-of-the-art facilities in Sussex and Hungary, Parafix
    produce over 250 million die-cuts a year, exported to over 50 countries.

    Their name will proudly be displayed on Sussex's new Royal London One-Day
    Cup shirt for 2017, as the Sharks begin their quest for a Lord's final. They
    will actually begin their 2017 campaign at the Home of Cricket on Thursday
    27th April, when Sussex travel to face Middlesex, the first of four away
    South Group games.

    The Sharks will then return to The 1st Central County Ground to entertain
    Somerset on Sunday 30th April. There are also four South Group matches at
    home, with Glamorgan and Surrey subsequent visitors to Hove, before the
    Sharks head to The Saffrons, Eastbourne for the first time since 2000, where
    they will welcome Gloucestershire on Sunday 14th May.

    The knockout stages then take place in June and Sussex will have hoped to
    have qualified for the latter stages of the competition ahead of the final
    at Lord's in July.

    Mike Punter, Managing Director of Parafix, said, "We play an active role in
    supporting our communities, including our local sports teams. We are
    delighted to sponsor the Sussex Royal London One-Day Cup shirt for 2017 and
    have high hopes of enjoying a great day at Lord's on the 1st July."

    Sussex's Business Relationship Manager Tony Cottey said, "Parafix are a
    long-time supporter of Sussex and we are thrilled that they have chosen to
    sponsor this season's Royal London One-Day Cup shirt.

    "We look forward to welcoming Parafix back to Hove this season when we hope
    Sussex will be challenging at the top of the South Group table to be in with
    a shout of a Lord's final, which is a highlight of any player's career."

  • 09 March 2017 11:01 AM | Tracie Davey

    Lancing Business Park Warden's Blog - February 2017

    After a good couple of days walking around the park, popping into business's all over the park I have to say the overriding feeling is one of positivity. My first port of call was Shoreham Vehicle Auctions and they seem to be going from strength to strength. Had a nice chat with them and an insight into their ongoing success and the changes they're making to improve the day to day running of the company.

    Walking down Spencer Road Lancing Commercials are as busy as ever and DMH Motors are just as busy too, the yard next door to them which is owned by Edburtons is full up and has a long waiting list for space as well.

    Progress is also going well down at Winston Business Centre, now that the road has been done all of the units are occupied and I'm liaising with the managing agents to put funding in place for a new set of gates and security fencing to the entrance while the Lancing Business Park Committee have agreed to install cameras to monitor the site 24/7 and to say this has gone down well would be an understatement.

    A business that has been a recent addition to the park is Healthy Supplies Ltd, they haven't been here to long but they've already outgrown the unit they're in so I've put them in contact with another company on the park that installs mezzanine floors so hopefully that will work out for all concerned and they are one of the friendliest business's to pop in to see, lovely bunch down there.

    All in all I have to say the park is extremely busy and the feedback I get is nothing but positive, the parking situation has improved dramatically, although not perfect it's a lot better than it was and thanks to Mark Quarterly and his team the park is litter picked and road swept weekly sometimes daily if they can.

    I would like to say thank you to everyone I see for all the tea's and coffee's, it is very nice to see so many friendly faces.

    Mike – Lancing Business Park Warden

  • 09 March 2017 10:47 AM | Tracie Davey

    Together We Did It! - Ocean Press Christmas Card Promotion 

    Last year, Ocean Press ran a Christmas card promotion in aid of the excellent childrens charity The Rockinghorse Appeal.

    They are delighted to announce we raised £170.00.  Thank you so much to all those customers who took part and ordered their Christmas cards through Ocean Press. 

    As in previous years, an extra special thanks goes to Damian Motram, of mobile phone supplier Cellular Solutions, who increased the total raised with an additional donation.

    If you would like to learn more about the great work The Rockinghorse charity does, please click here.

  • 09 March 2017 10:35 AM | Tracie Davey

    Worthing Churches Homeless Project Homelessness Event - Friday 10th March

    Worthing Churchess Homeless Project are holding a Homelessness Event tomorrow, Friday, 10th March 2017 in the Richmond Room at Worthing Assembly Hall. 

    With a mix of councillors, community representatives, local business people and colleagues from Worthing Homes, Worthing Churches Homeless Projects and Adur and Worthing councils, the aim of the event is to have a discussion at local level about the ‘housing crisis’ that we are hearing about in the national news.

    We are aware that there are increasing demands for housing of all tenures but particularly for those on very low incomes. The event is to see if we can come together to resolve or highlight potential solutions to the problems and move forward as a community, as we are aware that continuing to do what has always been done is unlikely to prove successful.

    The main event begins at 2pm with refreshments and arrival taking place from 1.45pm. The session will finish at 4pm with an opportunity for you to stay on and network should you wish to.

    If you would like to attend would like to come, please email Suzanne ( ) 

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