Worthing is one of the largest towns in the West Sussex situated at the foot of the South Downs quite close to Brighton.
It became the archetypal Victorian seaside resort when people start to notice how Worthing is a great combination of sunshine, sea, spectacular countryside and relatively easy access from London. It has a splendid art deco pier and palm tree-lined promenade, interesting architecture and glorious parks. The area also offers opportunities for cycling, walking and water-based activities and it’s well connected with the airport Gatwick.
Worthing is full of attractions, from its art galleries and top-class museum to nightclubs and other nightlife. With six theatre and two film venue garanties numerous venues for everybody.
A little further you will find stunning villages, countryside, historic castles, country houses, beautiful parks and a lot more.
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.
Worthing’s economy is dominated by the service industry, particularly financial services.
Worthing has been considered in the top 10 urban areas in England for jobs in each of three key sectors, thought to have a significant impact on economic performance: creative, high-tech industries and knowledge-intensive business services.