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worthing-sea-frontWorthing Photography Competition

This is your last chance to go to the Visit Worthing Photography Competition. Visit Worthing is going after a new look, and they have recruited the help of Worthing residents to contribute photographs that they can use in their new image. If you think you’ve got a photo that could be used, or you just want to see what other people have been capturing on camera then you need to get your skates on as the competition ends on Monday, September 5th.

The categories for the competition are:

  • Cycling
  • Water Sport
  • Food and Drink
  • Art and Culture
  • Shopping
  • Family Fun

Prizes include gift vouchers, family cinema and theatre tickets, and sports classes. The closing date is a minute to midnight on Monday the fifth so if you’re attending any events before that, be sure to take your camera!

Living Heritage Beach Cleaning and Recording Event


The Coastal Heritage and Sustainability Fair takes place mid-month. Taking place on 17th September, the event is held so that a number of heritage, environmental, and community groups are able to hold exhibits, demonstrations and talks before people can take part in the beach cleaning survey. This survey is used as a snapshot of the weight and type of waste that is washed up or dropped on the beach. Registration is at 12.30, just after high tide. Participants will then be able to browse stands, take part in some activities before the litter collection starts at 2pm. Visitors and participants will start arriving at midday at the Beach House Grounds and Foreshore, next to Splashpoint Leisure Centre.


Worthing Food and Drink Festival


If the thought of all that fresh air is making you hungry, don’t miss out on the Worthing Food and Drink Festival. Taking place over 24th and 25th of September, Worthing Town Centre Initiative are hosting a Flavour of the Seaside themed festival. If it’s fishy, you’ll find it in Steyne Gardens between 10 and 5. Demonstrations take place from 11 and entry to the gardens is free.

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