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
I Love Candy
Heene Community Centre
Factory Specs Direct
The Fat Greek Taverna
West End Gallery
A Plan Insurance
Worthing Ice Rink
The Guildbourne Centre
The Royal Arcade
Aries Dog Boutique
Room with a View
Warwick Street Kitchen
or CLICK HERE to download a version
The trail runs from November 29th to December 22nd with the draw for prizes taking place on 23rd December.
Don’t have time to find them all, or love a Selfie, then take your picture with a soldier and upload it to Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #worthingsoldiers. The best picture will win an instant camera.
Saturday November 30th
The Great Little Farmers Market will be running their craft and artisan market in Montague Street to help with inspiration for Christmas gifts or treats !
Saturday December 7th, 14th & 21st
A Free Santa’s Grotto will be in Montague Place where you can grab a great picture with the man himself, with giveaways and a festive disco to get in the festive spirit. While waiting children will be able to write letters to Santa and place them in the post box in Montague Place – you never know Santa may have time to send a reply.
Sunday December 15th
Bath Place traders will be welcoming shoppers with an artisans market and entertainment organised by the Great Little Farmers Market
Thursday December 19th
As some shops extend their trading hours in the run up to Christmas the Small Traders will be getting together for an evening market in Montague Street organised by the Great Little Farmers Market
Monday December 23rd
For those who love to buy their fruit and veg, meat and bread from the Worthing Market there will be a special Christmas Fresh Produce & Gifts Market organised by the TCI in Montague Street.
Please support Worthing and its traders over the Festive period … It’s a great place to shop and socialise