Worthing Heritage Alliance
The Worthing Heritage Alliance (WHA) was established in 2010. Its key aims are to represent, develop and promote the heritage of Worthing and its surrounding area. To achieve these aims the Alliance works in partnership with local regional and national bodies. Membership of the Alliance comprises representatives from all groups and professional organisations which have an interest in the heritage of Worthing and its surrounding area.
Green Tides and WHA have a Memorandum of Understanding to support each other’s work.
Greenhavens Network was set up to support community groups who are volunteering to protect your green spaces and bring them to life, we currently represent over 92 community groups, stretching from Telscombe to Seaford. All of these green ambassadors are championing your green spaces, through caring about your parks and opens spaces as well as doing everything they can to help wildlife flourish and encouraging people to be healthy and happy in their local green spaces.
Brighton & Hove Green Spaces Forum
Brighton & Hove Green Spaces Forum (BHGSF) is a volunteer organisation set up to provide an independent voice and communication hub for community groups working in Brighton & Hove’s parks and open spaces. We seek to bring together volunteer groups concerned with the management of Brighton & Hove green spaces to exchange information, advice and knowledge; communicating and working in partnership with similar groups and organisations to maximise environmental improvement and conservation.
Parks Community UK
Parks Community UK supports Friends' groups across the country to feel better equipped and more confident in their active involvement with their local park.
The UK's green spaces need active Friends' Groups! This is a new space created by and for such groups to share experiences, info and ideas to become more confident and effective.
National Federation of Parks and Green Spaces
The National Federation of Parks and Green Spaces (NFPGS) is the only volunteer-led, umbrella organisation that aims to amplify the voices of Friends Groups across the UK.
The Federation works with the dynamic and inspirational grassroots movement of over 7,000 local Friends of Parks groups, supporting volunteers who act on behalf of the communities who use and care about our vital public green spaces of all kinds. We exist to represent their activities, issues and concerns and strengthen their passionate and knowledgeable voices.
Green Tides is a member of the NFPGS.