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Thursday, July 14, 2005

Worthing SC Tour/ Seagulls

Review of Worthing and Woodside Road

Picture courtesy of Birthday Boy John Hewitt

In attendance, Mr Ball, John Hewitt, Ashley Bradley, Yoda from NSC and lovely Laura were all together in the Worthing terraces.

Mode of transport: We got the train from Brighton Station to Worthing (Central) Station. Courtesy of Southen

Friendiness of locals
All in all like most Sussex people, Worthing people can be friendly and helpful as I found today. 10/10

Local totty
Despite having the reputation of having the fittest girls in Sussex, we could not see many today, and the ones we did see John thought they could be Brighton fans from elsewhere in Sussex. 5/10

Arena rating
Its actully a nice little non league ground, got a new stand, plus the paint on the stands seems clean and new, shows it has had good investment in the last few years by Victor Gladwish the former sponsor of Crawley Town with his firm GLS. 8/10

Cost of food at mentioned venue

The food and drink was good the club had a good bar where the 4 of us went for some fun and drink afterwards. Prices were fair, but main gripe was why were both catering bars at one end of the ground and not one at the otherside, which mean't for some it would be a long walk to a bar 8 /10

Cost of Venue entry

A bit dear bearing in mind its a friendly between a non league team and a half first/reserves Championship team


Bars and clubs in Worthing
Worthing is home to some nice pubs and the odd good bar as we found, we had some good drinks in this pub near Worthing Station before the game.

Overall of Worthing

Not a bad town nice quiet and laid back, close to the downs and a lot of friendly people but its starting to get let down by graffiti, and increasing numbers of Pikeys. But it is still a nice Sussex town

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