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Caption for Worthing, The Beach 1925: Between the wars, Worthing lost its wonderful town hall and theatre. The shopping streets were modernised, but parts survived into modern times, when older buildings are more appreciated; however, the suburbs and absorbed villages make the effort of getting into the town centre a dispiriting one. The crowd are watching an event from the beach and the pier. The first 1862 pier had been rebuilt in 1889, and again in 1914 when disastrous storms turned the South Pavilion into an island.

An extract from Sussex Photographic Memories.

Memories of Worthing

My wonderful gentle father Eric Nott was the proprietor of the Cissbury Hotel , I wonder if anyone has special memories of him at Findon and Broadwater ? I remember people saying he had friends in a family that sold fresh flowers at a roundabout in the area ? .

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

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)

My grandparents lived in a house called Dean Prior from the 1940's through to the late fifties I believe and although I am too young to recall the house I would love to know if there is anyone out there who may have knowledge of the house either directly or indirectly and what it might look like today if it is still standing. I now (...Read full memory)

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