Moving To Worthing
Removals Company in Worthing
We can help you with your move to Worthing. We are a local, family run removals company based in Brighton and Hove, offering home and office removals in Worthing.
We value professionalism and great service above all else and take the utmost care with your belongings to relieve you of the stress of your moving day. We offer a removals service over all the UK and Europe offering excellent, competitive rates.
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Worthing Council contact number:
Contact Worthing council for council tax queries, information about recycling and other local services including ordering parking suspension bays to reserve a space outside your new home on your moving day.
Are you considering moving to Worthing?
Worthing is a vibrant up and coming coastal town. It is calmer than its next door neighbour Brighton, however there is still plenty to see and do in Worthing. It will appeal to those who enjoy living in a thriving town, with the convenience of local amenities nearby, but without the hustle and bustle of city life.
Many people like to retire to Worthing, although in recent years it has also seen a surge in its younger population. One reason for this could be that rent and house prices in Worthing are still slightly lower than in Brighton.
Why Move to Worthing?
House Prices in Worthing
The average asking price for a house in Worthing is currently around £344,000. For renting, the current average in Worthing is around £1335, however there are much better deals available for flats and smaller properties if you hunt around.
Schools in Worthing
The top three primary schools in Worthing based on Ofsted results are currently:
Broadwater Church of England First School, Heene Church of England First School and Springfield First School.
The top three secondary schools are:
Davison Church of England High School For Girls, Durrington High School and St Andrews Church of England School For Boys.
Worthing Seafront and Pier
The seafront at Worthing is very pretty. Much quieter than the seafront at Brighton, Worthing seafront of the perfect place for a tranquil evening stroll to take in the sunset. There is a beachfront garden and you will share the seafront with dog walkers and perhaps the odd roller skater. It can sometimes feel quite mellow walking along the promenade on the seafront.
The beach itself is made of shingle, however when the tide is out a sandy stretch is revealed. Worthing also has a lovely pier, with all the usual attractions on it. Why not enjoy a traditional ice-cream on the beach or eat some candy floss overlooking the sea on the pier?
The nearby RNLI Lifeboat station has historical nautical artefacts on display and tells the history of the port of Shoreham by Sea. Shoreham by Sea is at the mouth of the River Adur, just next to Worthing.
Shopping in Worthing
Worthing town centre is pedestrianised so it is a pleasant place to shop, with undercover shopping arcades available for those rainy days. Worthing boasts over 400 retails shops, so you will always be able to find what you are looking for.
Warwick Street is full of independent boutiques and speciality shops. There is a market which comes to Worthing every Wednesday offering fresh produce among other delights, and occasionally Worthing hosts Artisan markets such as The French Market.
Watersports in Worthing
Worthing has much to offer in the way of watersports – kite surfing and windsurfing are popular, as well as sailing, yachting and kayaking for those that are keen.
Restaurants and Eating in Worthing
Worthing restaurants offer great fresh seafood which comes straight from the fishing port at Shoreham by Sea. From Moules to Oysters and Champagne to traditional fish and chips there is plenty to try.
Alfresco dining is available on the seafront and there are many cafes and restaurants in the town centre. You will find an eatery or restaurant to suit every budget in Worthing, and most places are very family friendly.
Outdoor Activities in Worthing
Worthing is sandwiched between the sea and The South Downs National Park, which is an area of outstanding natural beauty. Ideal for hiking, cycling, horse riding, bird watching and enjoying nature, the South Downs can be accessed easily from Worthing.Go back