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  • 22 June 2017 12:24 PM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    Summer of Circus 2017 - Premiere of RISE

    Last Friday, the 2017 Summer of Circus officially launched.
    The sold out evening was spectacular, with standing ovations atInline images 1 the end of the KIN performance.

    For all of you who joined us thank you, and if you missed it, then we have something extra special coming up next month.

    We have the stunning world premiere of RISE at the Pavilion Theatre on Tuesday 18 July at 7.30pm. 

    The show combines tightwire, live music and rich romantic imagery and is going to be brilliant.

    We will have an exclusive post show Q&A in the Pavilion Cafe Bar too, and tickets for the evening are just £10 when you quote CIRCUSCARD online, on the phone or in person.

    Come along and join us and if you can make it please let me know and I can reserve you some of the best seats in the house before they go - stephen.sheldrake@adur-worthing.gov.uk

    Full details here: https://worthingtheatres.co.uk/rise/

  • 22 June 2017 10:11 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    Tenkay Electronics Ltd

    Manufacturers call for Brexit strategy rethink

    The government should rethink its Brexit strategy, following last week's election, according to the engineering industry organisation, the EEF.

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    Aston Martin calls for investment clarity after inconclusive UK election

    British luxury car maker Aston Martin called on politicians to quickly provide rapid reassurances to business so they can continue to invest after a snap election gave no political party an overall majority in parliament.

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    Manufacturing managers hope for red tape cut after Election

    A specialist business lending bank has released a survey showing a high majority of factory managers will vote in the June General Election.

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    Late Easter hits UK car production

    UK car production fell by 18.2 per cent last month after being affected by the late Easter bank holiday, according to the latest figures.

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    Manufacturing leading other sectors for digital transformation

    More than three-quarters of manufacturing managers see digital transformation as the major driver for achieving future business growth, a new international study has revealed.

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    Will British Manufacturing Survive The Next Few Years?

    A look at the history books will quickly show how much pride the British had in their massive manufacturing sector. 

    READ MORE



  • 22 June 2017 10:10 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    Stay Cool with our range of fans!

       10% OFF FIRST ORDER

    New Rexel Joy 4 Inch Mini Desk Fan

    • Desk fan in attractive high gloss colour
    • Can stand on a flat surface or be clipped to a desk, shelf, or partition
    • Quiet operation (less than 50dB)
    • Simple On/Off switch
    • 1 year warranty

    Order Code

    Description

    Price

    RX50286

    Rexel Joy 4 Inch Mini Desk Fan Pink

    £19.99

    RX50287

    Rexel Joy 4 Inch Mini Desk Fan Blue

    £19.99

    RX50288

    Rexel Joy 4 Inch Mini Desk Fan White

    £19.99

       

    Q-Connect Clip Fan 6 Inch

    • Mains-powered cooling fan
    • Tiltable for perfect placement
    • Sprung clip to attach to surfaces
    • Two-speed adjustable control
    • Certified to BS60335-2

    Order Code

    Description

    Price

    KF00401

    Q-Connect Clip Fan 150mm (6Inch)

    £8.99

       

    Q-Connect Desk Fan

    • Mains-powered cooling fan
    • Oscillates and tilts to cool a whole room
    • Sturdy desk stand with controls
    • Certified to BS60335-2

    Order Code

    Description

    Price

    KF00404

    Q-Connect Floor Standing Fan 410mm (16inch) 3 Speed Control

    £14.99

    KF00405

    Q-Connect Desk Fan 230mm (12Inch) 3 Speed Control

    £17.99

    KF00403

    Q-Connect Desk Fan 230mm (16Inch) 3 Speed Control

    £19.99

       

    Q-Connect Floor Fan 16 Inch

    • Mains-powered cooling fan
    • Oscillates and tilts to cool a whole room
    • Height adjustable floor stand
    • Three-speed adjustable control
    • Certified to BS60335-2

    Order Code

    Description

    Price

    KF00402

    Q-Connect Desk Fan 230mm (9Inch) 2 Speed Control

    £24.99

       

    Q-Connect Wall Fan 16 Inch

    • Mains-powered cooling fan
    • Switch on with pull cord or push button
    • Wall-mounted design
    • Three-speed adjustable control
    • Certified to BS60335-2

    Order Code

    Description

    Price

    KF00406

    Q-Connect Wall Fan 410mm (16Inch)

    £28.99

       

    Q-Connect Tower Fan 30 Inch

    • Tower fan for easy cooling
    • Perfect for use in a large office
    • Adjustable settings are perfect for finding the right temperature
    • Certified to BS60335-2

    Order Code

    Description

    Price

    KF00407

    Q-Connect Tower Fan 760mm (30Inch)

    £27.99

       

    Q-Connect High Velocity Floor Fan 18 Inch

    • Three-speed control for adjustable cooling
    • Floor stand with tilt axis to aim fan
    • Attractive chrome grille
    • Integrated carry-handle for portability
    • Certified to BS60335-2

    Order Code

    Description

    Price

    KF00402

    Q-Connect Desk Fan 230mm (9Inch) 2 Speed Control

    £43.99


  • 22 June 2017 10:08 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

     

    ADUR LOCAL PLAN

    MAIN MODIFICATIONS CONSULTATION

    Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004

     

    Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012.

     

    The Adur Local Plan was submitted to the Secretary of State for Examination on 20th October 2016. The Examination Hearing sessions took place from 31st January – 8th February 2017.The Inspector has written to the Council to recommend Main Modifications. The Inspector’s letter may be found at:

     

    https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/media/media,144436,en.pdf

     

     

    The Inspector is inviting comments on the post-submission Main Modifications to the Submission Adur Local Plan. Main Modifications are those which the Inspector considers are necessary to make the plan sound/ legally compliant. Main Modifications are proposed without prejudice to the Inspector’s final conclusion on the Local Plan which will take account of all representations submitted in response to this consultation. This is not an opportunity to again raise matters relating to other parts of the submitted Local Plan which have already been considered by the Inspector during the Examination. The Inspector will only consider representations from this consultation which relate to the Main Modifications.

     

    The consultation period will commence 15th June - midnight   26th July 2017.

     

    Electronic versions of the Main Modifications to the Adur Local Plan can be found on the Council’s website at  https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/alp-main-modifications/ from 15th June onwards along with response forms and guidance on how to make a representation.

     

    The Council is also inviting comments on the accompanying Addendum to the Sustainability Appraisal of the Adur Local Plan – Proposed Main Modifications (2017). A Schedule of Minor Modifications, which are minor changes to the Plan which do not affect soundness, are also published; however these are for information only and do not form part of the consultation.

     

    Representations should be made in writing, and can be emailed or posted to the addresses below, by midnight 26th July 2017. Only representations received within this period will be considered by the Inspector; late representations will not be considered.

     

    Location of Documents for Inspection

     

    Paper copies of the Main Modifications are available at the following locations for inspection:

     

    Shoreham Centre, 2 Pond Road, Shoreham-by-Sea BN43 5WU  

     

    Shoreham Library, St Mary’s Road, Shoreham-by-Sea BN43 5ZA  

     

    Lancing Library, Penstone Park, Lancing BN15 9DL  

     

    Southwick Library, Southdown Road, Southwick, BN42 4FT  

     

    In addition to providing copies of the said documents in accordance with Regulation 35, reference copies have been placed at Sompting Parish Council (Harriet Johnson Centre, Old School House, Loose Lane, Lancing, BN15 0BG) and Lancing Parish Council (Parish Hall, South Street, Lancing, BN15 8AJ).

     

    Response forms are available at all the above locations, or from the Council’s website.

     

    Representations must be received by midnight 26th July 2017 at the following addresses:

    adurplanningpolicy@adur-worthing.gov.uk

     

    Or:

     

    Planning Policy Team, Adur and Worthing Councils, Town Hall, Chapel Road, Worthing, BN11 1BR

     

    Or handed in at:

     

    ·         Shoreham Centre, 2 Pond Road, Shoreham-by-Sea,  BN43 5WU or

    ·         Portland House, 44 Richmond Road, Worthing, BN11 1HS

     

    For more information visit:

     

     https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/alp-main-modifications/

     

    Email address for queries: planning.policy@adur-worthing.gov.uk

    or telephone: 01273-263000 and ask for the Adur Planning Policy Team.


  • 22 June 2017 10:06 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

     

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    At night, do you know what's happening in your factory, office or warehouse? We do.....and we use security audit technology to let you know. Security Patrols are a highly visible and effective deterrent to help protect your building and assets. Our patrol officers make ad-hoc visits to your site on a frequency which suits your needs and budget. As well as being a physical presence, they are always on the lookout for signs of forced entry, fire and flood threats, open doors and windows, vandalism and graffiti.We are trained to look out for the unusual and work with you to keep your people and property safe and secure. 

    Give us a call on 01903 890261 and find out how we can help with security patrols, key holding and alarm response, locking and unlocking buildings, security officers, escorted site access and vacant property inspections.


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  • 22 June 2017 10:04 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    Book now for your free 1-1 business advisory clinic

    The Business Navigator Service in partnership with Worthing & Adur Chamber of Commerce invite businesses to attend a free 1-1 business advisory clinic. 

    Next Date: 27th June limited spaces left
    Upcoming Clinic Dates: 18th July & 19th September
    Availability: 12pm -7pm
    Where:
     Sphere Business Centre, Northbrook College, Broadwater Road, Worthing, BN14 8HJ


    For each one hour advisory session, you will have the opportunity to discuss your growth aspirations with Ryan Davies, Business Navigator. You’ll have the opportunity to focus on a topic of your choice ranging from sales & marketing, access to finance or reaching new customers and new markets.  

    Outcomes from these sessions can range from acquiring business premises, applying for funding, taking on more staff, increasing turnover. The meeting will result in a few simple actions that make a significant difference to your business.

    To book your FREE one hour 1-1 appointment with Ryan please email: amelia@worthingandadurchamber.co.uk

    *Follow up are sessions are available upon request

    About us: The Business Navigator is a government funded business support service that is free for businesses to use. The service can help you grow your business, overcome any barriers to growth and give you impartial access to professional services by linking you to the relevant support.

    To find out more visit www.c2cbusiness.org.uk or call 0800 977 4146.


  • 15 June 2017 10:25 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)


    Clear Your Clutter!

    Donate your unwanted items and help raise vital funds for disabled veterans

    Lancing Business Park’s chosen charity for 2017 is

    The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home (QAHH) in Worthing where they care for physically disabled ex-Servicemen and women. 

    The charity receives no regular Government funding and needs to raise over £1.3 million this year to continue their vital care.

    You can support them simply by donating your unwanted items for their pop-up charity shop stalls which raise thousands of pounds every year.

    They need books, DVDs, bric-a-brac, garden equipment, clothes, shoes, jewellery, handbags, toys/games, household items & small furniture. 

    (Sorry they can take large pieces of furniture or electrical items)

    All items need to be clean and in good order.

                                               

    Why not clear out your clutter and support this vital local charity. 

    What’s more you don’t even have to take the items to a charity shop as they will collect from LBP.  To donate simply take one or more bags home, fill it up and then bring it to work and QAHH will come and collect it from LBP on Tuesday 27th June.

    Thank You!

                                                  

    Charity Reg No 1072334


  • 15 June 2017 10:18 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)


    Wednesday 14th June 2017 - 5.30pm to 7.30pm

    Are you interested in learning more about two new Degree Apprenticeship programmes that help you identify new talent and provide participants with University and business experience? Want to hear from organisations who have already joined the programme about the benefits and why you should get involved?

    Join us on Wednesday 14th June 2017 at the University of Chichester’s Bognor Regis campus. We're hosting an exciting event with the University of Chichester’s Business School and local employers to find out more about the Digital and Technology Solutions Professional and Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship Programmes.


     

     

              The University of Chichester 

              The Dome

              Bognor Regis Campus

              Upper Bognor Road

              Bognor Regis

              PO21 1HR



    Why should I employ a Degree Apprentice?


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

    The two programmes develop practical IT and management skills together with essential project management, interpersonal and business skills. No fees are paid by the Degree Apprentice.

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

     

     

    Find out more about our degree apprenticeship programmes



    Agenda

    5.30pm

    Arrival and refreshments

    5.45pm

    Welcome

    Sandra Coley, Head of Employer Engagement, University of Chichester

    5.50pm 

    Apprenticeship reforms - what do they mean to you?
    Sandra Coley, Head of Employer Engagement, University of Chichester

    6.10pm

    Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship programme

    Andrew Adams, Business Development Manager, University of Chichester

    6.25pm

    Digital and Technology Solutions Professional programme

    Paul Kooner-Evans, Senior Lecturer in Information Systems

    6.40pm

    Why employers should get involved, benefits, impact on your business

    Simon Pringle, Co Founder, Red River Software

    7.00pm

    What the Degree Apprenticeship means to me

    Chris Pitcher, IT Degree Apprentice, Major Digital Ltd

    7.10pm

    What the Degree Apprenticeship means to me

    Sam Tester, Management Degree Apprentice, C P Field Ltd       

    7.20pm

    Questions to speakers

    7.30pm

    Summary and close

    Sandra Coley, Head of Employer Engagement, University of Chichester



    BOOK NOW


     


  • 15 June 2017 10:08 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)


  • 15 June 2017 10:07 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    Coastal West Sussex Partnership News in Brief. This seasons newsletter will give you a brief summary of activities happening across the area. 

    2017 Forecast

    The Agent for the Bank of England, Andrew Holder presented a positive forecast for the economy at his address to the CWS Board and other business guests at his address in March FULL REPORT

    Local Developments in CWS
    This month we take a look at the Rampion Developments in Coastal West Sussex...







    Rampion Wind Farm

    One of the most eagerly awaited milestones for the Rampion
    project was achieved in March, the installation of the first
    offshore wind turbine. The turbine, located approximately 14
    kilometres from shore and visible on the horizon, is the first of
    the 116 MHI Vestas V112-3.45 megawatt (MW) models that will
    together make up the south coast’s first wind farm.

    The installation of turbines will carry on from now until late 2017,
    when all the turbines are expected to be in place.

    This type of sustainable energy fits with the UK Governments Approach to Global Goals for Sustainable Development which was released in March 2017. 

    Major facelift for Shoreham Beach gateway
    The Ferry Road entrance to Shoreham Beach Local Nature Reserve will receive a much-needed facelift after Rampion agreed to fund a landscaping scheme to enhance this important footpath, which directly links Shoreham Town Centre to the beach via the pedestrian ferry bridge. The work will aim to ensure beachgoers have a positve welcome as they arrive at the beach, with a view of the wind farm straight ahead.


     

    Read more here - http://coastalwestsussex.org.uk/news/


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