Welcome to www.worthingpubs.com, dedicated to researching the history of our local pubs.

This study is ongoing and we welcome contributions, stories, pictures etc that will expand our knowledge and bring back memories of times past.
Feel free to email us HERE

 

If you enjoyed the now defunct Worthing Sentinel then good news, Paul Holden has successfully launched the Worthing Journal. click the picture for details. 

The Brewing History Society:
The Society for all who are interested in the history of British breweries

A site dedicated to listing the lost pubs in England. The link goes to the Worthing list but selecting the Home page from the left menu enables a county wide search.

"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."

The “I'm backing the Pub” campaign brings together all those with an interest in supporting and promoting the British pub.

The Sussex Drinker, catch up with what's going on in Sussex with real ale good and bad. Available in pubs and as a download PDF here.
(Back issues on site)
Ale in a tent, does exactly what it says, real ale, real tent. (and they supply the lot)
info@ale-inatent.co.uk

 

The CAMpaign for Real Ale (Local branch). Find out what its all about and taste the flavour!
 

       

Listing local history events and tours.

Good local interest site that has a superb history section worth its weight in gold. This is where most of the landlords end up. The 'Friends' clean and index the graves as well as research the history of its residents. A Real Ale and pub Blog to the Sussex scene and beyond
       
     
Join Malcolm and Ray on an irreverent tour of Worthing's pubs. Often critical, always funny and painfully honest. They have completed the tour and we look forward a promised revisit to see if any have improved their scoring.