Eat Out to Help Out Participating Restaurants

Eat Out to Help Out Participating Restaurants

Use the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme at participating establishments: to get a 50% discount on food or non-alcoholic drinks to eat or drink in (up to a maximum of £10 discount per diner) every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday between 3rd and 31st August as many times as you like You do not need a voucher to use this scheme and you can use it at the same time as other offers and discounts.  There is no minimum spend. You cannot claim discount on alcoholic drinks or service charges. The discount will be automatically available to you at participating establishments.  Establishments will then claim a reimbursement for the discount you have received from Government. CLICK HERE FOR A PRINTABLE LIST OF PARTICIPATING RESTAURANTS IN WORTHING TOWN CENTRE All diners in a group of any size can use the...
Coronavirus Update

Coronavirus Update

As you will be aware the Government has closed all non essential shops and asked people to stay at home.  We know that there are still essential shops open in the Town Centre including M&S Foods, Boots Pharmacy, Superdrug, Savers, Poundland, Wilko’s, WH Smith with the Post Office, Tesco Express and the Banks.  Convenience, Hardware and Laundrettes will also be open.   Please adhere to Government guidelines and only come into town for essentials ….  if everyone does what is asked of them the quicker restrictions will be lifted and all our wonderful Town Centre businesses can re-open.  Your businesses will need you when restrictions are lifted so please support them when you are able. Don’t forget some businesses are offering deliveries and takeout services during these difficult times and they would love your support if you can. Finally everyone would like to say a massive thank you to all those in our NHS, Emergency Services, Essential businesses and Public Services who are doing so much during these difficult...
Coronavirus

Coronavirus

The globe is in the midst of a pandemic and the self isolation and social distancing currently in place is putting a lot of pressure on businesses.  It is important to support your Town Centre businesses where you can so they can still be there for all of us when the situation improves.  Remember these businesses employ hundreds of people and it may be your neighbours, friends or families jobs you are protecting. Many businesses have launched Takeaway and Delivery menus which are great for those social distancing.  Many can also be used by those in self isolation but please ensure the Restaurant is aware of the situation. We have pulled together a list of businesses offering something new and plan to update this weekly during the crisis.  Please note this is in addition to those already offering deliveries before the Coronavirus pandemic took hold. http://www.worthingtowncentre.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Restaurants.docx Please support your Town Centre businesses they need you now more than ever...
Christmas in Worthing

Christmas in Worthing

Worthing is getting ready for Christmas and this year there is so much going on. Friday November 22nd Christmas Lights are switched on  – Worthing doesn’t hold a switch on event because the lights are fed from so many different power sources it isn’t possible to switch them on together without a huge investment in infrastructure resulting in a lot less lights. The Christmas Lights are funded by the Worthing Town Centre Initiative with business contributions and this year more than ever it is important to show your thanks by supporting your Worthing traders.  Adur & Worthing Councils fund the Christmas Trees in South Street and outside the Town Hall and historically the Rotary Club have funded the Montague Place tree but there have been issues with the tree being damaged by the wind and so it has been decided not to install this tree in 2019. Friday November 29th The launch of the Worthing Toy Soldier Trail with 10 to find around the town.   Collect all the names and pop your trail map and entry form into Santa’s post box at the junction of Montague Street and Montague Place or post to 12 The Steyne, Worthing, West Sussex BN11 3DS.  Pick up a trail map from these locations around the town Bath Place I Love Candy Bungaroosh Brighton Road Cocks Kitchen VJG Jewellery Brookes Hair Heene Road Caffheene2go Heene Community Centre High Street Orchard Cafe Marine Parade The View Montague Place Portos Flowers Altered Image Montague Quarter Game Montague Street Thornton’s Factory Specs Direct RSPCA Portland Road Twisted Willow The Fat Greek Taverna Rowlands Road West End...
Worthing Town Centre Guide Launch

Worthing Town Centre Guide Launch

The brand new Worthing Town Centre Guide is now available to help ensure you make the most out of your trip to Worthing Town Centre. We know that with changing shopping habits it is important to have a reason to visit the Town Centre and this guide will show what Worthing has to offer.   Worthing has a developing cultural offer with fantastic independent traders, art galleries, and a blossoming music scene as well as a location by the sea that promotes a fantastic outdoor lifestyle. We hope this guide will help you explore to find more of Worthing’s amazing businesses. The guide can be picked up around the Town or CLICK HERE to see the online...
April Town Centre News

April Town Centre News

Please Click Here to read the April Newsletter This months edition includes information on:- Dog Friendly Businesses Road Space Audit Worthing Observation Wheel Business Crime Reduction Independents Day Purple Flag If you are a Town Centre Business and would like to be added to our mailing list please call Sharon on 01903...