Welcome to WoMADs
Worthing Mums and Dads was established as a Facebook Community Page in 2012 by a local parent. The focus of this virtual community has always been to provide an inclusive and non-judgemental environment where parents and carers can come together to seek or offer support, information and ideas on how best to care for their children, in and around the Worthing & Adur area.
As an extension of our vibrant Facebook Community we are pleased to bring you Working Mums & Dads – a beautiful website dedicated to providing you with tons of ideas for Days Out with the Kids, Products and Services that make your Family Life easier, Top Tips for Parents who run their own Businesses and Family-Friendly Activities in and around Sussex and beyond.
Reach over 17k local families
We love to engage with our online community and we use an omni-channel approach to sharing the right kind of information in the ways that our members want to receive it.
In addition to our thriving Facebook Community, we are thrilled to able to bring you this beautiful website. Its aim is to make it even easier for you to find the best ‘tried and tested’ advice, local resources, products, services and activities for your family, and also your home.
Since 2012, our community has grown organically from just 5 members, to in excess of 17,000 members and counting and is currently the largest community page in the Worthing area.
We speak their language
We’ve been engaging with our members for nearly a decade, and have built up a great relationship with our audience. We know what type of language to use to get your message across in the most effective way.
Latest from our Blog
Now the summer is finally joining us, we are all frantically planning those beach days with the family, but with restrictions in place...
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How wonderful is it to have so many of our favourite places fully open again? Another local treasure that’s re-opened it’s doors bigger...