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Adur & Worthing Councils Fiona Burn (left), Caroline Squires (middle) and Jo Clarke (right) with Kevin Betts and Clare Rixton of Run Up To Christmas

Run Up To Christmas

Adur and Worthing Council staff are getting behind an initiative encouraging local residents to walk or jog in the run up to Christmas. Run Things

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Brain with bandages on

Mind Your Head

The MIND YOUR HEAD sign is often seen adorning low doorways and building sites, designed to caution passersby of potential external bumps and bangs. I

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Mental Wellbeing

Looking after your mental wellbeing

Infectious disease outbreaks, like the current coronavirus (COVID-19), can be scary and can affect our mental health. While it is important to stay informed during

Adur & Worthing Councils Fiona Burn (left), Caroline Squires (middle) and Jo Clarke (right) with Kevin Betts and Clare Rixton of Run Up To Christmas

Run Up To Christmas

Adur and Worthing Council staff are getting behind an initiative encouraging local residents to walk or jog in the run up to Christmas. Run Things

Brain with bandages on

Mind Your Head

The MIND YOUR HEAD sign is often seen adorning low doorways and building sites, designed to caution passersby of potential external bumps and bangs. I

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