In the 1960s, playwright Harold Pinter lived wrote The Homecoming at his home in Ambrose Place.
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Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.134 Southern Water, who have been based in Durrington since 1989, have controlled Worthing's water supply, drainage and sewerage since 1974.In particular, walls built alongside streets or to mark out boundaries were almost always built of flint with brick dressings, especially in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.Archived from the original (PDF) on 6 February 2009.The town experienced further growth in the 1930s, and again when new estates were built, using prisoner of war labour, to the west of the town from 1948.62 The first Roman Catholic church in Worthing opened in 1864; the centrally located St Mary of the Angels Church has since been joined by others at East Worthing, Goring-by-Sea and High Salvington.194 195 Splash FM is Worthing's local commercial radio station.163 164 Buildings and architecture edit See also: Listed buildings in Worthing Boat porches are found only in Worthing.Archived from the original (PDF) on 26 November 2013.Railways of the Southern Region.
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148 150 Many films and television programmes have been filmed using Worthing as the backdrop including: Pinter 's The Birthday Party (1968 151 directed by William Friedkin (best known for directing The French Connection in 1971 and The Exorcist in 1973 Dance with a Stranger.England, with borough status in, west Sussex.Worthing has an Army Cadet Force unit affiliated to the Princess of Wales Royal Regiment pwrr (pwrr).Archived from the original on Retrieved Young, Robert.The events were held in 19, both at Beach House Park, which is sometimes known as the spiritual home of bowls, and is also the venue for the annual National Championships each August.187 It favoured the Conservative Party at first, and supported the Skeleton Army 's anti-Salvation Army riots later that decade.181 On May Day, a procession and dancing takes place in Worthing town centre, culminating in the crowning of the May Queen.Stephen Spender: a Literary Life.Photochrom print of South Street in the 1890s, showing the Old Town Hall Worthing remained an agricultural and fishing hamlet for centuries until the arrival of wealthy visitors in the 1750s.Citation needed History edit Main article: History of Worthing The backfilled remains of a flint mine shaft, one of about 270 mine shafts at Cissbury.Princess Amelia stayed in the town in 1798 and the fashionable and wealthy continued to stay in Worthing, which became a town in 1803.
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