The pinnacle of any sports fans visit to Worthing, watch Worthing Town play in the exciting Worthing and Horsham Sunday League.
Highlights are Veno's constant swearing , and Niges first touch, plus Steves hair. An umbrella , a pair of wellies plenty of alcohol , a sense of humour.
Its an old wooden wind mill ,restored sveral times ,they never get any tourists at all so they'll probably give you the grand tour.
Its on the corner of Mill Lane and Furze Road in High Salvinton ( north of the a27)
Gods Waiting Room
Do you like old people , lawn bowls or the Barron Nights then come to Worthing.
"We had nice stuff but it all got knocked down"
If urban wastelands are your kind of town, come to Worthing it got redeveloped after the war (possibly by Stalin ) and is uniquely characterless even for the English seaside.
"The major town centre landmarks."
Are all bloody multi story car parks ,i think we have more than anywhere else on the coast. If you like car-parks Worthing's perfect , if you're normal then they tend to dominate the entire town.
This town is also so boring that we have a memorial to pigeons killed in World War 2 ( which is closed )
The town a collection of smuggling villages that gradually got sucked together by the Edwardian " bathing boom" but the village centres of Heene , Tarring ,Broadwater , Offington and Goring can still be found.
Major events in the town's history include several bonfire night riots and an attempt to drive out the Salvation Army by forming a " Skeleton Army " of pub regulars that required the reading of the riot act by the Army at the town hall.