Worthing is a large seaside town located in West Sussex in South East England. The cities of Brighton and Chichester are close by and London is only 50 miles away. Worthing is a great place to live and work with good schools and transport links as well as a pier, sports facilities, a theatre, cinemas and a wide variety of shops, restaurants and bars. Worthing also benefits from being located at the foot of the South Downs, the UK’s most recent National Park, which offers fabulous scenery, marked trails for walking, horse riding and mountain biking. Worthing was first inhabited in the Bronze Age, became a farmstead in the Roman era and remained a small agricultural fishing village for centuries after that. Thanks to Princess Amelia, who decided to visit Worthing in 1798 to help her recuperate from TB, Worthing became a fashionable destination for wealthy members of London’s Society to try out the beneficial effects of bathing in the sea. Tourism is still a major employer in Worthing together with pharmaceuticals, medical devices production and financial services.