A flat strip of tarmac seperating the beach and Marine Parade ,apparently people used to come to Worthing to walk up and down it ,which sounds a bit boring buts there's sod all else to do. There are cycle lanes which keep appearing and disapearing due to the whims of the council. But cycling is normally forbidden in case you run over one of the old crones staggering up and down it all day.
Worthing beach is normally completely deserted and comprised of small pebbles ( sitting on it's like a beaded seat cover) . Being Worthing ,unlike Brighton no effort is made to make the beach accessible with cafes or anything so its just there.
Occasionally the fishermen sell fresh fish on the beach but they're getting rarer due to those giant Spanish trawlers hoovering up all the fish.
Must have been exciting in Victorian times to " walk on water " but sadly not anymore. The Pier has two buildings on it, ones an arcade which hasn't had a new game since 1950 and is therefore a retro classic , at the end is a terrible nightclub formerly " Rutherfords ( Rubberheads!) " now trading as Lush. ( See the nightlife section )
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