Living in Worthing
Things to doWhatever your hobby, there's probably a club in Worthing where like minded folk share your interests.
Hobbies- from coin collecting to gardening
OutdoorsSurrounded by beautiful countryside, Worthing's a great base from which to enjoy the fresh air and natural beauty of the sea shore and the South Downs.
The great Sussex countryside
Local groups interested in looking after animals
Worthing CalendarCheck out the stylish 2011 Worthing Calendar which is rasising money for the Hospice.
CommunityIf you need a bit of a helping hand or you're interested in doing your bit to help the community.
Charities and good causes in the Worthing area.
EducationLooking for a school for your children?
Learn more about schools, colleges and other seats of learning in Worthing.
Stuff to keep the Kids happyKids bored? Nothing to do?
Things for children to do in Worthing
Junior footballThousands of boys and girls play football in Worthing each week. Find out where.
Childrens football teams
ChurchesWhatever your God, Worthing has a church for you.
From Church of England to Islam, Baptist to Unitarian, Catholic to Methodist and many more.
HealthcareNeed a doctor, dentist or hospital.
Don't PanicWhat to do in an emergency, from bereavement to crime, citizens advice, equality, fire prevention and more.
Worthing CouncilsWorthing Borough Council, West Sussex County Council and the other Local Authorities serving the Worthing area.
Still popular with holidaymakers and day-trippers alike, Worthing is a great place to visit and a good place to live with all the amenities you would expect of a large town of nearly 100,000 people.
Whether you're planning a visit to Worthing or live here, Worthing.net will help you get a bit more out of Worthing by telling you more about the life and times of the town.
EntertainmentFind out what's on in Worthing
Only a small settlement of around 2,000 people in 1800, Worthing has expanded right up to the South Downs which provide the impressive backdrop to the town. Here you can find the pioneering Highdown Gardens (below), the Miller's Tomb, High Salvington Mill (left) and the amazing complex of Neolithic mines and enclosures of Cissbury.
Worthing itself is full of attractions, from its art galleries and top class museum to nightclubs and other nightlife.
Art galleries and art exhibitionsWorthing is full of artists, sculptors and photographers.
Perhaps it's the clear seaside light that makes it such a magnet for artists.
Worthing sports clubs and fitness facilitiesFootball clubs
Rowing and canoeing
Athletics and running
Fitness and exerciseGym and keep fit classes
Martial arts and self defence classes