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Beach House Park is Worthing's Premier Park and the home of Flat Green Bowling. It was purchased from the Beach House Estate in 1922 and opened to the public in spring 1924. The Park is located between Brighton Road to the South and Lyndhurst Road to the North opposite Worthing Hospital.
Built soon after the Norman Conquest to help protect William I’s newly won territories, the castle was the Sussex seat of the de Braose family. The one surviving wall of the tower, standing 14 metres high, provides a glimpse of how imposing the castle once was.
Chanctonbury Ring is one of the most prominent landmarks along the South Downs. The ring is an Iron Age hill fort above Worthing and the Findon Valley which is best known for its prominent clump of beech trees.
Cissbury Ring (602ft) (car park sign posted off the A24 at the northern end of Findon Valley) is a notable landmark and now belongs to the National Trust. Neolithic flint mines were on Cissbury between 3500 BC and 2500 BC and are the earliest in Britain.
Welcome to Colonnade House, Worthing’s Creative Hub. Explore the STUDIOS page to find out about renting creative workspace in one of our ten studios. Explore the GALLERY page to find out about hiring our ground floor gallery spaces.
The Dome Cinema, Worthing, West Sussex, England, is a grade II* listed building owned by PDJ Cinemas Ltd. The Dome Cinema, which has three screens and a Projectionist's Bar is run by PDJ Cinemas, while Alfresco Services run two function rooms and the cafe at the front of the building.
13 Reviews of East Beach Studios "More of this type of thing please. An excellent use of space and a great location. Lots of lovely ar..." Worthing, West...
Goring Greensward is a major feature of the coast at Goring-by-Sea. This land nearly 2 miles long and up to 100 yards in width provides a fantastic open space for residents and visitors to enjoy. It stretches from Sea Place in the East through to the western boundary of Worthing Borough at Sea Lane Ferring.
Harold Pinter, CH, CBE (10 October 1930 – 24 December 2008) was a Nobel Prize-winning English playwright, screenwriter, director and actor. One of the most influential modern British dramatists, his writing career spanned more than 50 years.
High Salvington Windmill is an excellent example of a working post mill dating from approximately 1750. The mill has been extensively restored and was able to restart grinding in 1991 Our Newsletter - 'The Mill' - is available to read directly from this web site.
The High Down estate, comprising a house, stables and surrounding gardens, was owned by the Big Game hunter Sir Frederick Stern up until his death in 1967.
Remains of the hill fort on Highdown Hill Highdown Hill is a prominent hill in the South Downs, as its name suggests, reaching a height of 81 metres (266 ft). The summit of the hill and its western slopes lie in the parish of Ferring in the Arun district, while its eastern slopes lie in the borough of Worthing.
It was believed that knuckers could be found at knuckerholes in various places in Sussex, including Binsted, Lyminster, Lancing, Shoreham and Worthing. In popular culture. The knucker is one of the various dragon species included in the Dragonology series of books. The Knucker appears in Sláine in British comic 2000AD.
The Leonardslee Gardens lie in a sheltered valley with a string of ponds, made a century earlier to provide waterpower for the iron industry.
Marine Gardens. Marine Gardens, West Parade, Worthing, West Sussex, BN11 5EF. Find out about this park; Find another park in Worthing; Facilities and attractions . About this site; Bowling; Putting; About this site. Marine Gardens is a compact but very popular park on the seafront in West Worthing, laid out in 1930.
Marlipins Museum The striking chequerboard flint and Caen limestone facade is part of one of the oldest Norman buildings in Sussex. The museum tells the story of Shoreham’s maritime and local history from prehistoric to medieval times.
392 reviews of Paradise Park "Great day out here today ... We love Paradise Park! Enough to do to make it worth our while travelling over (from Worthing) ...
Rustington Museum and Community Garden added an event. · 8 May · Come for a fun evening of Dozy Do Ing and Stripping The Willow at Rustington In Bloom's much loved Barn Dance.
New Homes - Park View, Sandgate Lane, Storrington, West Sussex A new five bedroom family home with far reaching views of the South Downs set in landscaped gardens. Location In a rare and secluded location, Park View is set amongst acres of woodland in mature landscaped grounds.
GB8SL Shoreham Lighthouse Amateur Radio Station will be on air of the weekend of 19-20 August 2017 This station activation is part of the International Lighthouse Lightship weekend. Operating hours from around 7am til late on Saturday and again around 7am until approx 4pm on Sunday.
Saint Andrew's Parish Church, West Tarring Anglican Communion - Church of England - Province of Canterbury - Diocese of Chichester - Worthing Deanery www.st-andrews-west-tarring.org.uk: N.B. If prompted, allow Blocked Content in order to enable popup-up windows to display leaflets etc.
Storrington is a large village in the Horsham District of West Sussex, England, and one of two in the civil parish of Storrington and Sullington. Storrington lies at the foot of the north side of the South Downs.
Crossways Veterinary Group added a new photo — at Storrington Duck Pond. · May 13 at 12:07pm · Storrington, United Kingdom · Crossways Veterinary Group added a new photo — at Storrington Duck Pond.
This property is located at Wappingthorn Manor, Horsham Road, Steyning BN44 3AA and has an estimated current value of £1,093,000. Horsham Road, BN44 has 155 houses and flats on it with a current average value of £488,294, compared to an average property value of £438,271 for BN44.
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Worthing Pier is a pier in Worthing, West Sussex, England. Designed by Sir Robert Rawlinson, it was opened on 12 April 1862 and remains open. The pier originally was a simple promenade deck 960 ft (291m) long and 15 ft (4.6m) wide.