Worthing (/ˈwɜːrðɪŋ/) is a large seaside town in England, with borough status in West Sussex. It is situated at the foot of the South Downs, 10 miles (16 km) west of Brighton, and 18 miles (29 km) east of the county town of Chichester. With an estimated population of 104,600 and an area of 12.5 square miles (32.37 km) the borough is the second largest component of the Brighton/Worthing/Littlehampton conurbation, which makes it part of the 15th most populous urban area in the United Kingdom. Since 2010 northern parts of the borough, including the Worthing Downland Estate, have formed part of the South Downs National Park.
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5 based on 228 reviews
The ceiling here is amazing! Plus there are lots of paintings and the windows are fabulous. We went during a talk so we learned a lot about the church and its history. It's best to visit on a sunny day.
4.5 based on 160 reviews
We had a great time there tonight but we're not happy as our 2nd go was cut short by 4 minutes, as we pulled into the pits I looked at the clock and it said we had 4 minutes left! I asked the marshal why we had be brought off early and he said the clock was wrong and took me to the computer next to the track and said 'see' then corrected himself and walked off when the clock was 3 SECONDS out of time not 4 minutes!!! This is appalling to ruin people's fun by taking a 1/3 of there track time off them for no reason then trying to justify it and being wrong and having no explanation then walking off.
When I returned home I added up the lap times on both my score cards, the first being 14 minutes the second being 10.5 minutes.
I'll be contacting them tomorrow to complain.
Other than that it's great fun and a good night out.
5 based on 51 reviews
Cissbury is a great place to have a walk on the South downs with amazing views and easy access, making it generally ok for all ages and fitness levels to enjoy. It's not usually that busy either so it really does feel like a 'Getaway'.
4.5 based on 124 reviews
Mewsbrook Park is just a minute’s walk from the beach in the seaside resort of Littlehampton, West Sussex. It covers approximately four hectares and boasts a number of attractions including boating lake, miniature railway, café, original art deco shelters and children’s play area. Opened in 1939, the Mewsbrook sets a high horticultural bench mark for public parks. Large shrub and long herbaceous borders together with bee and butterfly Gardens provide colour and interest throughout the year. The lake serves as an excellent local amenity, and is regularly used by visitors for boating. The lake and island are also a haven for wildlife. Starting in 2017 a new leisure centre is to be built, accommodating a proportion of Ruby Gardens. A re landscaped Ruby Gardens is anticipated to open in 2018 with focus on conservation. There is a positive sense of community in the park, supported by the Friends of Mewsbrook Park, Mewsbrook Park Café and Boat Hire and Littlehampton Miniature Railway.
Used to go here often as a kid in the 80s. Me & my brother would catch sticklebacks in the little stream.(Not sure if you're allowed to do that now) Health & Safety!!??
Returned for the first time in over 20 years with my wife and its still as beautiful, tranquil oasis as I can remember.
4.5 based on 42 reviews
We are regular visitors to this great bar and Deli. The bar area is friendly with great live music on some evenings. Wines and beer are excellent.
Upstairs is a fabulous bistro Deli serving superb food and drink. It's cosy and has really chilled background music. Colin and Karen could not be better, more friendly hosts.
Try it. You will not be disappointed.
4 based on 193 reviews
Climb, Bowl, Play and Eat - Out of Bounds has it all! From 12 Brunswick bowling lanes to a Clip n' Climb arena, Out of Bounds has facilities for young children to the biggest children of them all. Our Clip n' Climb arena is only one of nine in the United Kingdom and allows ages 4 and above (height restrictions do apply) to enjoy a variety of challenge elements that have been designed for beginners and to test even the most experienced of climbers. Our Soft Play structure designed by House of Play will give them hours of fun whilst you relax and watch whilst you enjoy a Coastal Coffee drink or Pizza Oven dish all in the comfort of Reading today's news with our complimentary newspapers or Surfing the web with our complimentary WiFi. Experience the brand new sport that is taking the United Kingdom by storm with our FootGolf course. The concept is simple get a football in the over sized holes in the fewest amount of shots. Visit our website for all our latest offers and deals, we also have some fantastic combination offers at the centre for you to enjoy and make a day of it.
Took my great niece to do rock climbing on a recommendation. Booked the £15 an hour session on line which seemed excessive but thought it would be worth it. Arrived to find a huge amount of children on our session and whilst the safety briefing was excellent- my child spent most the the hour queued up waiting a turn. So in effect it was £15 for half an hour!
The whole place was heaving with parents with insufficient places to sit, let alone eat and the noise levels were horrendous. My ears are still ringing from the screams in the soft play and general din.
The concept is excellent and the place clean. Food basic and slightly over priced. I would visit again but definitely not during the school breaks.
5 based on 53 reviews
Jericho's is a must visit! The biggest selection of sweets from pick and mix to american candy. The decor is fun and the window displays always catch my eye, the staff are helpful and friendly and if they don't stock a particular item, they will do their best to order it in for you!
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Arundel Castle is open from Friday 30 March to Sunday 28 October 2018. Open Tuesdays to Sundays inclusive, Good Friday, Easter Monday, May Bank Holiday Mondays & all August Mondays. Arundel Castle & The Collector Earl's Garden, Arundel, West Sussex. Ancient Castle and stately home of the Duke of Norfolk, reflecting nearly 1,000 years of history,and commanding the surrounding landscape with magnificent views across the South Downs and River Arun. Fine furniture and works of art in sumptuously furnished rooms. Ancient Motte & Keep. The Collector Earl's Garden. 14th century Fitzalan Chapel. Collection of arms & armour. Personal possessions of Mary Queen of Scots. Varied programme of Special Events.
As you drive towards Arundel you can see the castle looming over the town. It’s impressive now so goodness knows how it must have seemed in the Middle Ages.
The Gardens are beautiful with lots of events on in the summer months.
The inside of the castle is pretty amazing too. Well worth a visit.
4.5 based on 575 reviews
Set on the side of the Downs. These Gardens have a variety of different plantings set out in an interesting way. Lovely pond areas and there is always something to see, no matter which time of year you visit, although spring and summer are my favourite times. Something for all ages, not just the garden enthusiasts, as the kids like exploring and there are many places to hide!
4.5 based on 64 reviews
We took our 2 grandchildren 5 and 10 for a day out on the beach.
Lovely safe sandy beach at low tide and a grassed area behind with a good activity playground. Nice café if you want it as well. Will be going back again to chill whilst the children have great fun.
Parking was only £1.50 for the day, but it does fill up quite quickly.
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