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In the 21st century, the town has been getting its act together; palm trees have been planted along the beach promenade, the Dome Cinema has been restored and the area around Splash Point revitalised.
The town has a growing reputation for the arts and now hosts the Worthing Birdman event which attracts tens of thousands of people.
Information on the shops and facilities in the pedestrian town centre can be found here  While in Worthing, look out for a type of sweet named Worthings after the town, available from various places including the shop at the town's Museum and Art Gallery.
Many different international cuisines are offered in Worthing, and most offer excellent food at a reasonable price.
Since the 19th century it has been nicknamed 'Sunny Worthing' thanks to its reputedly sunny and mild microclimate.
Although a seaside town with a pier, a prom and pleasant seaside parks, for much of the 20th century the town seems to have taken its eye off the ball with regards tourism, preferring to see itself as a town by the sea rather than a seaside town.
The A27 also runs through the north of the town so, it is very easy to get to from Brighton and Chichester (depending on the direction).
There are also trains which run along the coast to Brighton (around 20 minutes).
To the west lie Chichester (around 30 minutes) and Portsmouth (an hour).
Further regeneration work is planned, including a £150-million redevelopment of the Teville Gate area near the station.
The hills around Worthing were home to some of Britain's earliest and most extensive flint-mining operations, which saw some of the hardest flint available mined for thousands of years and exported across much of Britain and Europe.