Worthing, Homefield Park 1921

Worthing, Homefield Park 1921

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Memories of Worthing

The Home Of English Bowls

Beach House Park in Worthing used to be the home of the English Bowling Association and I first went there in 1983 to watch a tournament featuring the legendary David Bryant. It was and still is very popular with the locals and tourists to come and watch a few ends of bowls and to enjoy the wonderful floral ...Read full memory

A memory of Worthing by David Marshall

Summer Holidays In Worthing

My parents rented one of these chalets, number 41 I believe, and we used to spend a lot of time down there sitting outside in the sun and walking across to the beach for a swim when it got too warm. We had a calor gas stove and fridge, chairs a table and would regularly have meals down there, and later our first child enjoyed it too.

A memory of Worthing by David Marshall

Stayed At The Beach Hotel

I very much enjoyed a short holiday at The Beach Hotel on Worthing seafront in 1976, it was very grand back then, marvellous food and excellent service and a short walk from the wonderful Roberts Wine Lodge and the pier. Sadly this hotel has now been demolished and replaced with a Premier Inn

A memory of Worthing by David Marshall

Childhood Memories Of The 1950's

My Grandparents moved to Worthing in June 1910. They first rented a property called Sunnyside (No 11) in Ladydell Road whilst waiting for the Church Walk houses to be completed. Then they moved into 23 Church Walk and named the house Armadale - you can still make out this name on the gate post although the name ...Read full memory

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