These stunningly beautiful gardens on downland countryside overlooking the sea, are one of the least known gardens in the area, but it is one that offers a unique collection of rare plants and trees
The equipment features seaside themes - a ship wreck, see saw and sand pit area along with rope and pendulum swings.
From rolling hills to bustling market towns, the South Downs National Park’s landscapes cover 1,600km2 of breathtaking views and hidden gems. A rich tapestry of wildlife, landscapes, tranquillity and visitor attractions, weave together a story of people and place in harmony.
Widewater Lagoon Widewater Lagoon is a man-made feature, and lies south of the Brighton Road between Lancing and Shoreham.
Worthing Pier view amazing artworks; promenade above the waves; try your hand at fishing ; indulge in some tasty icecream whilst relaxing in the deckchairs or sample other treats at the renovated Art Deco Southern Pavilion.
River Adur - Coastal Link & Sculpture Trail f you fancy something a little more laid back, a stroll and picnic along the Coastal Link makes a relaxing half-day alternative to sightseeing.
Shoreham Beach Shoreham Beach is a designated Local Nature Reserve (LNR) supporting large areas of vegetated shingle – an extremely rare and fragile habitat with a very limited distribution in Great Britain.
Why not visit Worthing & Museum and Art Gallery
The gardens were created out of a chalk pit over-looking the Downs, where there was little soil and very unfavourable conditions for plant growth
Meet every Monday, except Bank Holidays. Deaf, Hearing, Hard of Hearing. Deaf/Blind and Deaf/Usher. All Welcome. British Sign Language, Lip Reading and Voice used. Social Evening, Games,Outings and Talks.