Worthing

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, and at Worthing, where the possibility of a bypass has often been discussed since 1967, even getting as far as passing the inspector's report at a public inquiry, but was dropped in 1996 following rising costs. These are both


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date January 2012 Buildings and architecture wikipedia:Worthing


made international

by which clocks were set throughout Britain. Steam ships such as the SS Great Britain and SS Great Western made international travel more common but also advanced trade, so that in Britain it was not just the luxury goods of earlier times that were imported into the country but essentials such as corn from the America (United States) and meat from Australia. One more important innovation in communications was the Penny Black, the first postage stamp, which standardised


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Golf Centre ''' - Municipal, nine-hole learners course. Looks good now the trees have grown and has a nice water feature. Close to the seafront east of town. *'''Splash Point Mini Golf''' - Worthing's only crazy golf course, near seafront behind Splash Point. *'''Marine Gardens Putting Green''' - Small putting green close to the seafront west of the town centre. Basketball * From September to April, '''Worthing Thunder''' play in the BBL, the UK's top basketball league. Catch them at Worthing Leisure Centre, close to Durrington Station, two miles (3km) west of the town centre. Cricket clubs In the summer months there various grounds in Worthing which will welcome spectators: *'''Worthing Cricket Club''' - A former county cricket ground and an easy walk from the town centre just north of the main railway station. Worthing play in the Sussex Cricket League. *'''Broadwater Cricket Club''' - Have played on Broadwater Green, a few km north of Worthing town centre, since the 18th century. There is a traditional pub named the Cricketers opposite the green. Buy You will find the main high street shops around South Street and Montague Street including the town's two department stores Beales and Debenhams. Montague Street is pedestrianised and is home to a market every Wednesday. South Street Square hosts a '''Farmers' Market''' on the fourth Saturday of every month. Information on the shops and facilities in the pedestrian town centre can be found here in Worthing, look out for a type of sweet named '''Worthings''' after the town, available from various places including the shop at the town's Museum and Art Gallery. Eat Many different international cuisines are offered in Worthing, and most offer excellent food at a reasonable price. There main area for eating out in Worthing is in and around the pedestrianised '''Warwick Street'''. There are also an increasing number of restaurants around the '''West End''' of the town centre, about 1km west of South Street, around the west end of Montague Street and Rowlands Road. For Italian food, go to ''''Pomodoro e Mozzarella'''' on Warwick Street. This restaurant is far superior to the nearby franchises of '''Ask''' and '''Pizza Express''', and offers authentic Italian cuisine in a friendly but very intimate atmosphere. Be sure to make a reservation if you want an evening meal there on a Friday or a weekend night. For Chinese food, try either '''China Palace''' or '''Fortune Inn''' on Chapel Road; the first is somewhat more expensive than the second, but both offer good food. China Palace has both a traditional a la carte menu and also a 'buffet' menu - for a fixed price, you can eat as much as you like, but it is cooked to order rather than being displayed in open gastronorms in the self-service style. Good Indian food can be found slightly away from the town centre on Goring Road at '''Shafiques'''. Ask for the window seat here and watch the local world go by. For a bite to eat during the day, head to Bath Place, just off the east end of Montague Street, where you will find two very interesting cafés: '''Thai Lunch Box''' and '''Parklife'''. Thai Lunch Box offers a fairly traditional sandwich menu backed up by an extensive menu of Thai food. Look out for the oriental supermarket next door - pop in and have a look round if you have time. Parklife (almost directly opposite TLB) serves all sorts, including milkshakes in over 50 different flavours. You might also like to try: * wikipedia:Worthing


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and on into the sea. Some of the reedbeds in the Sompting Gap at Lower Cokeham have been designated a Site of Nature Conservation Importance.


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; ref each had their own church: Broadwater's (Broadwater Church) had Saxon (Anglo-Saxons) origins, St Mary's Church, Goring-by-Sea St Mary's

at Goring-by-Sea was Norman (Norman conquest of England) (although it was rebuilt in 1837), St Andrew's (St Andrew's Church, West Tarring) at West Tarring was 13th

century, and St Botolph (St Botolph's Church, Heene)'s at Heene and St Symphorian's (St Symphorian's Church, Durrington) at Durrington were rebuilt from


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taught for more than ten years at Davison School (Davison High School, Worthing) in Worthing, England. During this time she began to develop her vision for "a liberal education for all." The word "liberal," as it related to education in Mason's time, implied a generous liberal. (n.d.) The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition. (2003). Retrieved 20 August 2009 from http: www.thefreedictionary.com liberal and broad curriculum for all children, regardless of social class. '''Dutton Cars''', based in Worthing, Sussex, England, was a maker of kit cars between 1970 and 1989. In terms of numbers of kits produced, it was for a time the largest kit car manufacturer in the world. wikipedia:Worthing


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areas. A number have survived across the UK, including Aberdeen, Brighton, Stoke (Stoke-on-Trent), Worthing, London, World's End Hambledon (Hambledon, Hampshire), Bristol, Congresbury, and Newport, Isle of Wight. Similar boxes have also survived in Mauritius. In the busy city of Liverpool, even these boxes could not provide the capacity and security required, so a special design was commissioned from the foundry of Cochrane Grove & Co of Dudley. Known


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. thumb left Emerson performing in concert with ELP in 1977 (File:KeithEmersonPerforming.jpg) Emerson grew up in the seaside resort of Worthing, West Sussex, England. As a child, he learned western classical music, from which he derived a lot of inspiration to create his own style, combining classical music, jazz, and rock (rock and roll) themes. Emerson became intrigued with the Hammond organ after hearing jazz organist Jack McDuff perform "Rock Candy"


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. Mary's Church, Broadwater St Mary's Church at Broadwater and the Archbishop's Palace at West Tarring—are classified at Grade I, which is used for buildings "of exceptional interest, sometimes considered to be internationally important". Worthing Pier, Park

Worthing

'''Worthing''' ( the borough is the second largest component of the Brighton Worthing Littlehampton conurbation, which makes it part of the 12th most populous urban area in the United Kingdom (List of urban areas in the United Kingdom).

The area around Worthing has been populated for at least 6,000 years and contains Britain's greatest concentration of Stone Age flint mines, which are some of the earliest mines in Europe. Lying within the borough, the Iron Age hill fort of Cissbury Ring is one of Britain's largest. Worthing means "(place of) Worth Worō's people", from the Old English personal name Worth Worō (the name means "valiant one, one who is noble"), and -ingas "people of" (reduced to -ing in the modern name). For many centuries Worthing was a small mackerel fishing hamlet until in the late 18th century it developed into an elegant Georgian (Georgian era) seaside resort and attracted the well-known and wealthy of the day. In the 19th and 20th centuries the area was one of Britain's chief market gardening centres.

Modern Worthing has a large service industry, particularly in financial services. It has three theatres and one of Britain's oldest cinemas. Writers Oscar Wilde and Harold Pinter lived and worked in the town.

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