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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.
  • 16 February 2017 10:52 AM | Tracie Davey

    Lancing GP Team Event 

    Teamsport Indoor Karting will host a Lancing Business Park race. This will be a team event consisting of about 3-4 drivers per team racing to represent your company and win your business free entry to the next Lancing Grand Prix! It really is fun on 4 wheels.

    Date: Thursday 9th March 
    Cost: £99 Per team    

    15 minute Practice
    10 minute Qualifier
    90 Minute Race

    Time:19:00 Arrival: 19:30 Race

    The bar will be open through the night for drinks and hot and cold food.

    Get involved and have a great night with us. Give us a call on 07854 228521 or email for more information.

  • 09 February 2017 9:55 AM | Tracie Davey

    WCHP Upcoming Events in 2017 

    February

    Alternative Rock Acoustic – Saturday 4th 7pm  Music event hosted by 69 Music at the Upper Lounge at Caroline of Brunswick, Ditchling Road, Brighton.

    Littlehampton Sleepout – Saturday 25th from 7pm
    Littlehampton Sleepout, held at Riverbeach Primary School

    March

    A Street Cat Named Bob – Thursday 2nd 8pm for 8.30pm.

    A charity showing of A Street Cat Named Bob at Worthing Dome. 8pm for an 8.30pm start. Thank you to our sponsors Sussex Transport and Worthing Dome and Sony for being incredibly generous with their support of this showing. Tickets £6.50 and available by calling 01903 680742 or popping into one of our charity shops – Montague Street in Worthing or Littlehampton High Street.

    Woolly Hat Day – Friday 3rd All day

    Get your friends, colleagues, school involved! Wear a woolly hat, take a photo and donate a £1 to WCHP! Share your photos on social media #wchpwoollyhatday .

    Suspiciously Elvis – Thursday 23rd from 7pm  
    Suspiciously Elvis at Food Restaurant in Worthing. £29 for a three course meal and a fantastic evening’s entertainment. Call Food Restaurant on 01903 227780 to book your space.

    Horsham Sleepout – Saturday 25th from 7pm 
    Horsham Sleepout, held at St Roberts Southwell Catholic Primary School

    May

    Skydive – Saturday 20th 
    Sponsored event held at Skydive Netheravon – email info@wchp.org.uk for more information!

    June

    Worthing Artist Open Houses – Weekends 17th - 18th and 24th – 25th 
    The theme of this year’s Worthing Artist Open Houses is “Safe Spaces”, held at Colonnade House in Worthing – email info@wchp.org.uk to get involved!

    July

    Worthing Artist Open Houses – Weekend of the 1st – 2nd  
    The final weekend of this year’s event.

    Worthing Summer Busk and Street Collection – Saturday 22nd
    Street collection in Worthing, with musicians

    August

    Shoreham Street Collection – Saturday 12th

    Street collection in Shoreham

    October

    Taylor Maid musical evening – Saturday 14th from 7pm

    Organised by the Goring Friends group, held at the Warren Ballroom. Tickets TBC

    December

    Christmas Tree Festival – Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd

    Our annual Christmas Tree Festival will be held at St Mary de Haura Church in Shoreham

    For further details of our events please contact the Fundraising Team on 01903 680740 or email info@wchp.org.uk 

    If you would like help at any of our events please contact our Volunteer Co-ordinator on 01903 680740 or email helping@wchp.org.uk

    Please visit our website www.wchp.org.uk or follow us on social media @WCHPnews


  • 09 February 2017 9:52 AM | Tracie Davey

    £48.73million investment comes to the Greater Brighton City Region 

    In a significant demonstration of the Chancellor’s commitment to the Greater Brighton City Region, £48.73million of Local Growth Fund Round 3 is to be invested in the City Region over the coming year, driving key projects forward.

    These key projects are:

    Worthing Central Phase 1 - the first phase of a comprehensive and co-ordinated transformation programme of Worthing’s Town Centre, stretching from Worthing Central Railway Station to the Seafront - £5.69million

    Decoy Farm, Worthing - transforming the site – which has stood unused for over three decades – into one of the most exciting commercial employment centres on the South Coast, providing openings for existing businesses to expand and attracting wider enterprise and investment from the South East and London - £4.84million

    New Monks Farm & Airport - establishing the essential road infrastructure needed to unblock the development of both New Monks Farm and the Airport Business Estate into a strategic employment and housing growth centre - £5.7million

    Burgess Hill Growth Area Infrastructure Package - putting in place a package of local infrastructure improvements – including road enhancements, public transport improvements, walking and cycling initiatives, access to the proposed Science Park among others – that will support the delivery of the £1b Burgess Hill growth programme - £14.9million

    Sussex Bio-Innovation Centre, Brighton - delivering a new £99m Life Sciences building at the University of Sussex’s Falmer campus. This building will provide dedicated teaching space, modern laboratory equipment, technical support and inspiring collaboration spaces for academics, researchers and clinicians from different disciplines to share knowledge and create innovative partnerships - £5.5million

    Brighton Waterfront, Black Rock Site Development, Brighton – delivering a new world class conference and multi-use venue at the Black Rock Site, alongside a major expansion of the city’s retail offer through an extension of Churchill Square shopping centre - £12.1million

    Councillor Daniel Humphreys, Chairman of the Greater Brighton Economic Board and Leader of Worthing Borough Council, said:

    “I am delighted to see this significant commitment to future growth across our Region.

    “At this point, we estimate that the six projects will attract over £700million of private sector investment into the Region. In practical terms, this will mean nearly 280,000 square metres of employment floor space for approximately 6,600 new jobs and over 5,900 homes to house our growing population.

    “This is great news for the City Region and a vote of confidence in the creative, innovative, agenda set by the Greater Brighton Economic Board.”

    The funds are being administered by the Government by Coast To Capital, the Local Economic Partnership covering the City Region. The Greater Brighton Economic Board is now working closely with Coast To Capital on a phased release of funds into these transformative projects.

    Further information will be released as soon as it is available and full details for each of the sites is contained in the 2015-16 Greater Brighton Economic Board Annual Report.


  • 09 February 2017 9:41 AM | Tracie Davey

    Sir Robert Woodard Academy Events - Status Update 

    This year the Sir Robert Woodard Academy is taking part in the National Theatre Connections 2017 Youth Theatre Festival. Each year National Theatre Connections offer a unique opportunity for youth theatres and school theatre groups nationwide, to stage new plays that have been written particularly for young people to perform at the festival in leading theatres across the UK. 

    The Sir Robert Woodard Academy has selected the play Status Update by Tim Etchells a British artist and writer. The performance will be held in the Alan Strong Theatre at the Sir Robert Woodard Academy on Thursday 16th and Friday 17th February at 7.00pm. The performance will be attended by a Director from the National Theatre Connections and will be performed by 26 students from SRWA’s years 10, 12 and 13.

    Status Update is based around the life of teenagers and is described by National Theatre Connections as “an unflinching and funny catalogue of the things teenagers learn, believe and have sussed out about the world. From the ridiculous to the highly charged, all these truths and half-truths are laid bare before us, without the safety net of character or fiction”.

    Once the play has been performed on home territory, the ten regional theatre groups will play at their partner theatres; SRWA students will perform at their partner, the Minerva Theatre in Chichester, on 24th March. In the Summer, there may also be an opportunity to perform the play at the National Theatre in London.

    Tickets are £5.00 for adults and £3 for concessions and are available to purchase on the Academy website or from the Academy Box Office on 01903 875507.

  • 09 February 2017 9:39 AM | Tracie Davey
    • EMPLOYERS’ BRIEFING ON DEGREE APPRENTICESHIPS

      Wednesday 8th March 2017 – 12.15pm-14.45pm

      College of Richard Collyer, Hurst Road, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 2EJ

      Are you interested in learning more about two new degree apprenticeship programmes in IT (Software Engineering ) and Management that helps you find new talent, and provides students with University and business experience? Want to hear from businesses who have already joined the programme about the benefits and why you should get involved?

      Join us on Wednesday 8th March at the College of Richard Collyer in Horsham for an exciting event with University of Chichester, Sussex employers and students to find out more about the Degree Apprenticeship Programme.

      The Degree Apprenticeship programme provides the student with University and business experience. The student is employed by the business and attends the University on a weekly basis.

      The two programmes develop practical IT and management skills together with project management, interpersonal and business skills needed to operate successfully.

      It integrates academic learning and on-the-job practical training so students graduate with the experience that employers really need.

      Agenda:

      12.00 Arrival – sandwich lunch

      12.20pm Introduction – Lucy Hargreaves (College of Richard Collyer – Progression Directorate)

      12.30pm Professor Dave Cooper, Acting Head of University of Chichester’s Business School

      - Introduction to the IT and Management Degree Apprenticeship programmes

      - features, benefits (including Q & A)

      13.00pm Simon Pringle – (Co-Founder, Red River Software, Horsham)

      - Why employers should get involved, benefits, impact on your business goals (including Q & A)

      13.15pm David Gaylor – (HR Manager – Sussex Health Care)

      - What the Degree Apprenticeship programme means to us (including Q & A)

      13.35pm Networking for students and employers

      14.35pm Summary – Ellen Bateman (College of Richard Collyer – Business Studies Department)

      14.45pm Close


  • 19 January 2017 10:24 AM | Tracie Davey

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    UK manufacturing growth at a 30-month high, says PMI survey

    Britain’s manufacturers ended 2016 on a strong note, according to a survey that signalled the fastest growth in the sector for more than two years and indicated that the weak pound had boosted exports ...

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    Makers boost production but remain wary of inflation - CBI

    Manufacturers increased their pace of production in the three months to December, although the depreciation of sterling continues to fuel expectations of output price inflation, according to the latest CBI monthly Industrial Trends Survey ...

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    Manufacturing job market shows ‘impressive performance’ in December

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    4 Technology Trends that are Transforming Manufacturing

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    Rolls-Royce Motor Cars boss pledges future in UK despite Brexit qualms

    Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has vowed not to turn its back on the UK amid concerns that firms could shift their headquarters overseas in response to the Brexit vote ...

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  • 19 January 2017 10:12 AM | Tracie Davey

    Sir Robert Woodard Academy Business Breakfast - Friday 10th February 

    It's that time again. The Sir Robert Woodard Academy is hosting its next Friends and Business Breakfast on 10 February.

    We invite you to join us at 7.30am for a 7.45am start in the Academy’s Alan Strong Theatre. The event is scheduled to finish at 8.45am.

    It has been a while since we last met. Our last event was a great success and we were delighted to welcome new friends to our community. We will be sharing the successes of our recent academic results, the rebranding of our sixth form, and the launch of the Academy radio station.

    As usual, there will be networking opportunities with our growing business community and opportunities to grow partnerships with the Academy. There is also the chance to present about your own business if you wish.

    We would love for you to join us. If you've never attended, it is an event of which we are proud. We are an institution that is committed to our links with local businesses and employers, and it would be great if you could become a part of that.

    We look forward to welcoming you to the Academy soon.

    You can register for this breakfast here : https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/srwa-business-breakfast-tickets-27771988766

  • 12 January 2017 2:02 PM | Tracie Davey


    IEP Financial spreads it's wings accross the South East 

    IEP Financial are pleased to announce the opening of it's new office in Eastbourne last week. Jonathan Morgan will be taking the reigns as our Eastbourne-based IFA.
    Read more about Jonathan here

     

    IEP Financial’s newest recruit, Jonathan Morgan illustrates the complexities of inflation

    Our newest Independent Financial Adviser explains what inflation is and how it effects your investments.
    Read the full story here.

     

    The number of victims of investment scams has risen by 10% in the past year


    In the last year there have been over 3000 victims of fraudulent investment companies stealing a total of more than £75,000,000. 
    Click here for more info.


  • 12 January 2017 11:38 AM | Tracie Davey

    5 Rings – Giving you back control of your IT

    At 5 Rings we are aiming to shake up the perception of IT Services and Support. By taking a more pro-active approach (and not hiding behind technical jargon) we will make sure you understand as much of your IT as possible.

    By removing the mystery and delivering a high-end service, we can offer you a reliable and cost-effective service.

    We offer a full range of IT services including Support, Anti-Virus, Offsite Backup, Consultancy, Cloud Systems, Servers, Desktops, Disaster Recovery Solutions, Phone Systems, Broadband and everything in between. All of our IT services are offered with 30 days’ notice giving you freedom and putting the onus on us to always meet or exceed your expectations.

    All Lancing Business Park clients are also eligible for:

    • FREE IT Audit & Bespoke IT Blue Book for all Monthly Support Customers
    • FREE Offsite Data Backup (for all new support customers in January, February and March 2017)

    Call us on 0333 2200 552 to see how we can help, or email peter.raynsford@5ringsgroup.co.uk for more information.

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