Start at the pier and head right looking at the sea for an exhilarating two and a half mile walk along the promenade, past the Beach House Gardens and on to Sea Lane Café where you can stop for lunch. Then head back into town to watch a film at the beautifully restored Dome Cinema  or a show at Worthing Theatre. If you love independent shops, seek out Retro Daisy on Warwick Street, a vintage emporium that’s well worth a rummage. Anchored in Worthing is a hip micropub that’s perfect for a pre-dinner drink before an evening at The Fish Factory, a laid-back cafe serving locally caught fish.

There’s so much going on throughout the year in Worthing, for a full list of what’s on – visit their website here.


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