Sunny Worthing is a personal project by George McEntegart to promote Worthing and Sussex.
"The long term goal of sunnyworthing.co.uk is to be a hub of historical information and things to do in Worthing and Sussex. Including information about local events and businesses."
"I'm open to adding other interesting things to the site, so please email me with any ideas or suggestions!”"
Highdown Gardens are nestled on the South Downs situated between Ferring and Goring.
Worthing Museum and Art Gallery has one of the largest costume and textile collections in the UK.
Standing 320ft (98m) above sea level, it's an excellent example of a working post mill dating from approximately 1750.
Designed by Sir Robert Rawlinson and opened on 12 April 1862. Now home of the annual International Birdman competition and a grand Victorian mezzanine function room/café.
Cissbury Ring is a hill fort on the South Downs. It's the largest hill fort in Sussex and has a history dating back over 5,000 years.
Worthing's most prestigious town centre park. Best known for its bowling greens and free outdoor Chess / Draughts.
A stunning Edwardian cinema that first opened in April 1911. It has now been fully restored to its former glory and is open to the public.
The original Sunny Worthing website started out from a concept Marcus Leighton had in 2001.
It was attached to his fathers business website as a means of promoting Worthing using photos he took himself, with snippets of information gleaned from the many books found in Worthing Library and in particular the former Worthing Sentinel.
The Worthing Sentinel was edited by Paul Holden, and is now Worthing Journal.
Sunny Worthing now has a new owner, and this information is here in honour to Marcus’ memory.
Marcus had leukaemia and died in 2003, aged 36.
His father decided to keep the Sunny Worthing website going as a tribute to him.
This is kept here to honour the memory of Marcus Leighton.