Adur & Worthing

Adur and Worthing are beautiful areas, with eleven miles of Sussex coastline on which our main towns of Worthing, Shoreham-by-Sea and Lancing can be found and the South Downs National Park situated just to our north.

We are well connected, in close proximity to Brighton and with easy access to London, and are home to an emerging creative and cultural scene that’s bringing new people and business ideas to our towns.

Worthing is the largest town in West Sussex - its history can be traced right back to the Stone Age. Today it’s a lively seaside town with its famous promenade and art deco pier offering stunning views of the English Channel. And it’s moving forward at pace. Gigabit connectivity, vibrant creative industry sectors and a strong sense of place are encouraging a renaissance.

Lancing is a place where the contemporary and the historic sit side by side. Thrill seekers flock to kitesurf along the waves, and just to the north we have dramatic Lancing College Chapel – a memorable example of Gothic revival architecture, famous for its Rose Window comprised of over 30,000 pieces of stained glass.

Shoreham-by-Sea has a long history as a fishing port, and while this heritage can still be seen today, the town has much more to offer, with popular farmers’ markets, quirky shops and independent eateries. It’s a small, bohemian town with a beautiful riverside location and a growing reputation as a great place to live and play.

Head north from the coast and you’ll quickly find yourself in the South Downs National Park an area of outstanding natural beauty that stretches along the top of our area, starting in Winchester and finishing in Eastbourne. It is made up of miles and miles of outstanding countryside and stunning coastal scenery.


With outstanding nature and future-focused towns, Adur and Worthing are fantastic places to live and work.

 

 

Worthing is the largest town in West Sussex - its history can be traced right back to the Stone Age. Today it’s a lively seaside town with its famous promenade and art deco pier offering stunning views of the English Channel.