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Caption for Worthing, South Street 1895: The towered and porticoed Town Hall which closes the vista, a fine Classical building of 1834, subsequently lost its tower and has now been completely demolished: this is a great loss to the town's architecture and to its townscape.

An extract from Sussex Photographic Memories.

Memories of Worthing

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 (...Read full memory)

I was born in the war years in Broadwater, we moved to Goring when I was 2 years old. I grew up in open fields and smallholdings and nurseries. I remember going down to the beach and playing on what is now the Greensward, then it was streams and ponds, tall tussock grass and full of wild life. I used to wade in the ponds to (...Read full memory)

1871 onwards. While researching my family history I have stumbled across an ancestor who was the daughter of the landlord (then known as a Beer Retailer) of the Hare and Hounds which in 1871 was known as The Hare and Hounds Inn. At the time it was being run by the BODLE family, linked to my ancestors by marrying into (...Read full memory)

I remember being taken to the paddling pool for as long as I can remember, we have photos of us enjoying ourselves with my brother & sister. In the 90's used the pool for my own children, I was so sorry to see it go, the summer isn't the same without seeing 100's of children getting lots of pleasure out of water on a (...Read full memory)

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