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Worthing and Beyond: May 2021 in Review

Screenshots of the Worthing & Beyond instagram grid in May, featurings lots of brightly coloured squares and art from various creatives

Worthing and Beyond is an online database of creative people and businesses who support local creativity in Worthing, West Sussex, and the surrounding area (from Southwick to Bognor Regis). It’s one of our side projects here at Huxley. We write profiles for all the Worthing creatives we can find – ranging from artists and illustrators, to street dance companies and musicians – then publish them on this website. Our aim is to connect local creatives with local businesses, in order to facilitate partnerships and creative collaborations without the need for agency fees. ‘Worthing and Beyond: In Review’ is a blog series that provides a monthly overview for Huxley’s readers of what’s new with Worthing and Beyond.


 

Summer Event:

We’ve been hard at work planning for our super fun summer event, and tickets are now officially available – book now here!

We’re also still on the lookout for market traders, so if you’re a local maker, we’d love to hear from you!

Promotional graphic about the Worthing and Beyond event on 31st July

Instagram:

In May we gained 55 new followers, reaching a total of 902! We posted 21 times and shared 24 stories. Our posts consisted of 9 creative profiles and 10 news items, with a total of 498 content interactions.

Your creative work and news is what makes the community continue to grow, so do keep sending and tagging us in things you want featured. 

Go follow us at @worthingandbeyond if you haven’t already.

The @WorthingandBeyond Instagram grid as of 3/6/21

The @WorthingandBeyond Instagram grid as of 3/6/21

Newsletter:

This month’s newsletter went out to 160 people and had stories, offers, and opportunities from 11 W&B members. Make sure to join our newsletter here to find out the latest creative news in Worthing.

A screenshot of May's Worthing & Beyond newsletter
A screenshot of May’s Worthing & Beyond newsletter
 

This month we interviewed Worthing-based watercolour painter Pippa Crowter. Go read it here to learn more about what inspires her, how her passion started as a child, and her advice for artists who have lost their way.

We’re always on the lookout for blog features, so if you’re a member and are open to being interviewed, please do get in touch.

 

That’s all for our May Review! See you next month.

If you are a Worthing-based creative or business that supports local creativity and are interested in joining our free directory, please get in touch.

Visit the Worthing and Beyond website: click me!