Probate and Estate Administration

Probate and Estate Administration

The Coole Bevis Solicitors Probate Department is well established and highly regarded throughout Sussex, with a reputation built on years of providing an excellent service to our clients. We have been recognised for our outstanding contribution to ‘heir hunting’ and in February 2019, we earned best Probate Department in the South East at The UK Probate Research Awards ceremony.

We have extensive experience in dealing with a wide variety of issues arising out of the administration of an estate following the loss of a loved one, and are experienced in negotiating inheritance tax issues with Government H M Revenue & Customs, liaising with financial specialists, accountants and other professionals to ensure the administration is dealt with in a professional and prompt manner.

What is Meant by Executors and Administrators

Where there is a Will, that Will should have named an executor.

Where there is no Will, rules determine who is entitled to apply to the Probate Court. If the appointment of an executor in the Will fails for any reason, there are rules to determine who may apply to the Probate Court to administer the estate. In both these situations, the person appointed is known as an administrator.

What is Probate?

An official document issued by the Probate Court is often required to confirm someone’s legal authority to deal with the estate.

When there is a Will this is known as a Grant of Probate. Otherwise, the document issued will be a Grant of Letters of Administration.

Typically, the phrase “probate” is used to cover both situations, and to describe generally the process of administering an estate. However, obtaining the Grant in the estate is only the first stage in what can be a lengthy and complex process, with traps for the unwary for which they may be held personally liable.

Who Can Apply for Probate

The only people who are entitled to deal with an estate are a validly appointed executor or administrator entitled under the Intestacy Rules. It is possible to make an application either with or without legal assistance.

However, you should be aware that there are many traps for the unwary. The executor/administrator is entitled to seek legal assistance, and any fees are recoverable from the estate. If you do decide you wish to deal with an estate yourself, you should not underestimate the amount of time that is likely to be required to deal with it properly.

Problems may not become apparent until you have made a start on dealing with the estate, and having made a start, you may find that the law prevents you from giving up your role.

Are you certain you have the last Will, or that there is no Will, and what searches should you carry out to check?

Are you sure you understand the Inheritance Tax rules? Most people have heard of the seven-year gift rules, but do you know what enquiries HMRC expect you to have made, or how HMRC expect you to value assets. If you claim an exemption to which you are not entitled, or fail to disclose (even accidentally) something you should have disclosed, you may face penalties from HMRC. Alternatively, if you do not claim an exemption to which the estate is entitled, or mistakenly allocate the burden of inheritance tax, you may face a claim from the beneficiaries.

It may appear that inheritance tax is not an issue, but sometimes the deceased will have had a life interest and this has inheritance tax consequences. A life interest may not be immediately apparent such as when someone has the right to live in a property.

If Inheritance Tax is due, you will need to pay the first instalment and obtain a receipt from HMRC before your application can proceed.

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After Probate or Letters of Administration Have Been Granted

This is when the really work starts.

The personal representative (PR) is responsible for safeguarding/collecting in all assets and paying any debts. This information should be incorporated into Estate Accounts as the beneficiaries are entitled to know how their share of the estate has been calculated.

The PR must finalise the income tax position of the deceased person, and deal with any taxes arising during the administration of the estate. This includes finalising the inheritance tax position, including submitting a corrective account if necessary.

An estate is also subject to capital gains tax and income tax and the PR will need to provide details of any income received during the administration to the beneficiaries so that they can include the information on their personal tax returns as necessary.

If there is a property to sell, the PR must ensure that it remains insured appropriately and that utilities are maintained.

The deceased may have been in receipt of a means tested benefit in which case the PR is likely to hear from the DWP who may enter a claim against the estate if they believe money has been overpaid during the deceased’s lifetime.
The PR must know how the law applies if any of the beneficiaries have died before the deceased, or if beneficiaries appear to be missing. They need to know what to do if any of the beneficiaries are bankrupt, or if there is insufficient money to pay all the debts and legacies.

How Long Does It Take?

Every estate is different, but if the matter is non-taxable and not complex it should be possible to complete the administration within 6-12 months. In more complex or contentious cases it may take significantly longer.

Insolvent Estate

An insolvent estate exists when the debts are greater than the assets of the estate. In this situation it is particularly important to seek legal advice as there are rules which determine which debts are paid first, and how creditors must be dealt with.

Foreign Residence and Foreign Assets

If there is any foreign element to an estate, including where there is any possibility that the deceased person may be considered to have been domiciled outside the UK, it is important to seek legal advice. There may be a conflict between English law and the law of the country where the assets are located, and there may be additional tax considerations.

PROBATE AND ADMINISTRATION COSTS

Complete Probate Administration Service, including applying for the Grant, collecting and distributing the assets

Probate describes the administration of an estate when the deceased left a valid Will.

The exact cost of administration will depend on the individual circumstances and complexity of the matter. For example if there is one beneficiary, no property and only one or two bank accounts, the costs will be at the lower end of the range whereas if there is a property, multiple bank accounts and investments the costs will be at the higher end of the range.

You should always bear in mind that if there is any dispute during the administration period, costs will escalate and there is a risk the estate will be frozen until the dispute is resolved.

Some estates will be liable to inheritance tax, any inheritance tax payable is in addition to all professional fees and disbursements incurred during the administration of the estate. Until the value of the estate has been ascertained the exact amount of inheritance tax due cannot be calculated but you may wish to look at http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/tools/inheritancetax/interest-rate-calculator.htm for additional information.

During the administration it is possible capital gains tax could be incurred on the disposal of assets, until a disposal is agreed, the amount of capital gains tax due cannot be calculated but you may wish to look at https://www.gov.uk/tax-sell-shares/work-out-your-gain and https://www.gov.uk/tax-sell-property/work-out-your-gain for further information.

We will handle the full administration process for you, this cost example is for an estate where:

  • There is a valid Will
  • There is no more than one property
  • There are no more than 3 bank or building society accounts
  • There are no other assets
  • There are only funeral expenses and usual household liabilities outstanding at date of death
  • There is no inheritance tax payable and a short form inheritance tax account can be completed
  • There are no more than 1 – 4 beneficiaries
  • There are no disputes with creditors or beneficiaries
  • No claims are made against the estate

Disbursements:

Disbursements are costs related to your matter that are not payable to third parties, such as court fees. We handle the payment of the disbursements on your behalf to ensure a smoother process.

  • Probate Court Fee £155.00 plus 50p for each office copy of the Grant required
  • Bankruptcy search fees £2.00 per beneficiary per distribution
  • S27 Notices in London Gazette £72.80 plus VAT, variable
  • S27 Notice in local Newspaper (price variable)
  • Accountancy fees if Accountant instructed to deal with deceased’s income tax affairs

There may be additional disbursements if additional services are required, full details will be provided during the administration, if appropriate.

How Long Will This Take?

Every estate is different but estates which fall within this range are dealt with within 6 – 9 months. Typically obtaining the grant of probate takes 4 – 12 weeks. Collecting assets then follows, which can take between 4 – 6 weeks following which liabilities will be discharged and the finally the estate can be distributed.

Cost: 20 – 30 hours – cost range for an Executive Partner @ £235.00 plus VAT ph £4,700 – £7,050 plus VAT
For an Assistant Solicitor £185.00 plus VAT ph £3,700 – £5,550 plus VAT

Intestacy

If the deceased does not leave a Will, the estate will be administered as an Intestacy, additional costs and disbursements will be incurred because it will be necessary to research the family the tree in order to ascertain who the legal beneficiaries of the estate are. Detailed cost information will be provided on receipt of specific estate information and background to enable us to prepare an estimate of charges.

Taxable Estates

If the estate is subject to inheritance tax and a full inheritance tax account must be filed, we would estimate that obtaining all the information required to prepare that account will usually take between 3 – 6 months to obtain. We usually estimate between 10 – 20 hours work, depending on number and complexity of assets, to obtain the valuations and prepare the inheritance tax, at an hourly charging rate of between £185.00 plus VAT for an Assistant Solicitor – £250.00 plus VAT for an Executive Partner. A full cost estimate will be provided when full details of the estate have been ascertained, inheritance tax has been calculated and we can assess the exact level of work required to complete the administration.

In such estates, time estimates for completion of the administration will be provided when we have obtained Probate and can properly estimate the work required to complete the administration of the estate.

Fixed Probate Applications

We are able to offer a service whereby you as the client obtain all the information required to enable us to preparing the inheritance tax account and probate application and we then deal with the preparation of those documents and filing on your behalf with HMRC and the Probate Registry on a fixed fee basis:

  • Short form IHT205 & Probate application – non-taxable estates between £1,000 – £1,500 plus VAT and disbursements depending upon complexity
  • Full IHT400 & Probate application between £2,000 – £3,000 plus VAT and disbursements depending upon complexity

All costs information given here are examples, we will provide more precise and personalised cost information upon receipt of specific estate information from you.

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  • Coole Bevis LLP offers Legal services in Brighton, which is located in England, and a Town in East Sussex.
  • Brighton is part of the Brighton and Hove local authority administrative area in East Sussex in England.
  • Brighton is often considered part of the historic country of Sussex.
  • Hove Town Hall is Brighton’s local authority administrative HQ.
  • Brighton’s governing local authority structure is a Unitary_authority.
  • Brighton is located in South East England.
  • Brighton is attributed to shire districts including Brighton and Hove.
  • Subdivisions of the Town of Brighton include but are not limited to Varndean College.
  • Wards for local government elections in Brighton also include Queen’s Park (ward).
  • The Town of Brighton also amalgamated hamlets such as Balsdean within its boundaries.
  • The Town of Brighton consolidates hamlets such asStanmer, Hangleton, Saltdean, West Blatchington, and Ovingdean within its border.
  • Brighton contains a number of settlements including Montpelier, Kemptown, North Laine, Elm Grove, Round Hill, Saltdean, and Ovingdean.
  • Coole Bevis LLP’s Legal service area in the Town of Brighton also includes Brunswick (Hove), Seven Dials, West Hill, Hanover, and Hangleton.
  • Other service areas of Coole Bevis LLP in Brighton, England are comprised ofNew England Quarter, Patcham, Coldean, Preston Village, and Hollingbury,
  • in addition to Brighton’s outlying urban areas Bear Road, West Blatchington, Mile Oak, Moulsecoomb, and Prestonville.
  • Last in order of mention, Coole Bevis LLP’s Legal services cover the larger Brighton area along with Westdene, Carlton Hill, Whitehawk, Black Rock (Brighton and Hove), and Woodingdean.
  • Roedean, Bevendean, Portslade, Kemp Town, and Old Steine is within the constituency of Brighton, East Sussex.
  • Towns such as Stanmer, Hollingdean, Aldrington, Rottingdean, and The Lanes can be found within Brighton.
  • Additional towns that form parm of the Town of Brighton include Brighton
  • A number of prestigious cities including Brighton and Hove can be found within Brighton.
  • Moulsecoomb Place, Brighton Business School, and Waste House are distinguished through out the England and the United Kingdom.
  • Notable educational establishments in Brighton include Roedean School, and Falmer High School.
  • Jubilee Library, and Libraries in Brighton and Hove helps preserves Brighton’s history.
  • Provide a physical education forum within Brighton are Brighton Fishing Museum, and Booth Museum of Natural History.
  • Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital, and Royal Sussex County Hospital catchment areas includes Brighton.
  • Preston Park, Wild Park, and Queen’s Park are enjoyed by Brighton residents and famous through out England.
  • Brighton is the starting-point of the A23 road.
  • Bear Road, London to Brighton Way, and Old Steine are intrinsic to Brighton transport infastructure.
  • Bordering the Town of Brighton and to the south Burgess Hill, and Lewes are immediately adjacent.
  • Brighton is best known for Chattri, Royal Suspension Chain Pier, and Brighton Lifeboat Station.
  • Famous buildings include Brighton Forum, Gothic House, and St Mary’s Church within Brighton.
  • Blended into Brighton a number of buildings of national importance can be found including Libraries in Brighton and Hove, Clock Tower, Thomas Simpson (architect), King and Queen, and 11 Dyke Road.

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  • Coole Bevis LLP is proud to offer Legal services in Horsham, Horsham is a Town located in West Sussex in England.
  • Horsham is located in South East England.
  • Horsham is associated with county districts including Horsham.
  • Subdivisions of the Town of Horsham include but are not limited to Woodmancote, West Sussex.
  • The Town of Horsham also encompasses hamlets such as Tisman’s Common, Maplehurst, and Blackstone within its administrative area.
  • The Town of Horsham consolidates hamlets such asWest Grinstead, Rudgwick, Partridge Green, Storrington, and Small Dole within its border.
  • Villages within Horsham’s boundaries include Monk’s Gate, Pulborough, Edburton, Woodmancote, and Nutbourne.
  • Dragon’s Green, Hardham, Washington, Five Oaks, and Upper Beeding are also part of Horsham
  • Horsham incorporates a number of settlements including Dial Post, Coolham, Rudgwick, Faygate, Tisman’s Common, Brooks Green, and Slinfold.
  • Crabtree, West Sussex are also part of Coole Bevis LLP’s Legal service area in the Town of Horsham.
  • Other towns located within the Town of Horsham include Horsham, and Storrington
  • Horsham is within the RH12, RH13 area.
  • The Town of Horsham is bordered by St_Leonard’s_Forest, and Broadbridge Heath to the East.
  • The Town of Horsham southern boundaries are bordered by Mannings_Heath, Southwater, and Billingshurst
  • Horsham northern boundaries are bordered by Southwater, Burgess Hill, Dorking, Haywards Heath, and Faygate
  • Horsham encompasses notable heritage assets including Madina Mosque, Horsham.
  • A large number of leading businesses make Horsham and West Sussex their home including Coole Bevis LLP.

Information About Hove

  • Coole Bevis LLP is proud to offer Legal services in the Town of Hove, which lies within England in East Sussex.
  • Hove is found in South East England.
  • Hove is associated with the Brighton and Hove shire administrative regions.
  • The Town of Hove additionally contains the hamlets such as Balsdean its boundaries.
  • The Town of Hove additionally includes villages such as Saltdean, West Blatchington, Hangleton, Ovingdean, and Stanmer its administrative area.
  • Hove is formed by a number of settlements including Portslade, Rottingdean, Aldrington, Brighton, and Saltdean.
  • Other towns found within the Town of Hove include Brighton
  • Hove is home to a variety of cities including Brighton and Hove
  • Hove is administered by the BN3 postcode area.
  • Well-known schools in Hove are Deepdene School.
  • Libraries in Brighton and Hove offer free educational resources in Hove.
  • The Montefiore Hospital, and Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital are located within the Hove District.
  • Queen’s Park, Hove Park, and Stanmer are popular with Hove citizens and known through out England.
  • Notable roads within Hove include Old Steine, Elm Grove, and Bear Road.
  • Hove’s reknown can be attributed to its diverse heritage including Hove War Memorial, and Old Steine Gardens.
  • Famous buildings include Brighton Forum, Gothic House, and St Mary’s Church within Hove.
  • Blended into Hove a number of buildings of national importance can be found including British Engineerium, Hove War Memorial, The Old Market, Barford Court, and Hangleton Manor Inn.

Information About Worthing

  • Coole Bevis LLP offers Legal services in Worthing, West Sussex, a Town located in England.
  • Historically, Worthing was part of the county of Sussex.
  • Worthing provides residents and businesses local services and administrative duties from Worthing Rural District.
  • Worthing’s local authority/administrative division is a Borough_status_in_the_United_Kingdom.
  • Worthing is found in South East England.
  • Lower tiers of local government include Worthing College within the Borough of Worthing.
  • The Borough of Worthing additionally contains villages such as Offington, Heene, Goring-by-Sea, Salvington, and Durrington its boundaries.
  • Villages within Worthing’s boundaries include Cote, Tarring, High Salvington, Broadwater, and Findon Valley.
  • Worthing contains a number of settlements including Heene, Goring-by-Sea, and Salvington.
  • Other towns found within the Borough of Worthing include Broadwater, and Tarring
  • Worthing has a number of schools in the area including Durrington High School, and Schools in Worthing.
  • Provide a physical education forum within Worthing are High Salvington Windmill, and Worthing Museum and Art Gallery.
  • Worthing Hospital are located within the Worthing District.
  • Beach House Park, and Highdown Gardens are popular with Worthing citizens and known through out England.
  • Integral major roads in Worthing include the A24 road (England).
  • Bordering on the East of the Borough of Worthing is Shoreham_by_Sea.
  • Close to Worthing, Normandy, Buncton, and Picardy are positioned immediately to the south of the Town.
  • Bordering Worthing and immediately adjacent, Buncton, Clapham, and Steyning can be found to the north.
  • Worthing’s reknown can be attributed to its diverse heritage including High Salvington Windmill, and Cissbury Ring.
  • Famous buildings include St Mary of the Angels, Worthing within Worthing.
  • Structures and Buildings of special interest within Worthing include Durrington-on-Sea railway station, East Worthing railway station, Our Lady of Sion School, Schools in Worthing, and Manor Sports Ground.
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Information About Brighton

  • Coole Bevis LLP offers Legal services in Brighton, which is located in England, and a Town in East Sussex.
  • Brighton is part of the Brighton and Hove local authority administrative area in East Sussex in England.
  • Brighton is often considered part of the historic country of Sussex.
  • Hove Town Hall is Brighton’s local authority administrative HQ.
  • Brighton’s governing local authority structure is a Unitary_authority.
  • Brighton is located in South East England.
  • Brighton is attributed to shire districts including Brighton and Hove.
  • Subdivisions of the Town of Brighton include but are not limited to Varndean College.
  • Wards for local government elections in Brighton also include Queen’s Park (ward).
  • The Town of Brighton also amalgamated hamlets such as Balsdean within its boundaries.
  • The Town of Brighton consolidates hamlets such asStanmer, Hangleton, Saltdean, West Blatchington, and Ovingdean within its border.
  • Brighton contains a number of settlements including Montpelier, Kemptown, North Laine, Elm Grove, Round Hill, Saltdean, and Ovingdean.
  • Coole Bevis LLP’s Legal service area in the Town of Brighton also includes Brunswick (Hove), Seven Dials, West Hill, Hanover, and Hangleton.
  • Other service areas of Coole Bevis LLP in Brighton, England are comprised ofNew England Quarter, Patcham, Coldean, Preston Village, and Hollingbury,
  • in addition to Brighton’s outlying urban areas Bear Road, West Blatchington, Mile Oak, Moulsecoomb, and Prestonville.
  • Last in order of mention, Coole Bevis LLP’s Legal services cover the larger Brighton area along with Westdene, Carlton Hill, Whitehawk, Black Rock (Brighton and Hove), and Woodingdean.
  • Roedean, Bevendean, Portslade, Kemp Town, and Old Steine is within the constituency of Brighton, East Sussex.
  • Towns such as Stanmer, Hollingdean, Aldrington, Rottingdean, and The Lanes can be found within Brighton.
  • Additional towns that form parm of the Town of Brighton include Brighton
  • A number of prestigious cities including Brighton and Hove can be found within Brighton.
  • Moulsecoomb Place, Brighton Business School, and Waste House are distinguished through out the England and the United Kingdom.
  • Notable educational establishments in Brighton include Roedean School, and Falmer High School.
  • Jubilee Library, and Libraries in Brighton and Hove helps preserves Brighton’s history.
  • Provide a physical education forum within Brighton are Brighton Fishing Museum, and Booth Museum of Natural History.
  • Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital, and Royal Sussex County Hospital catchment areas includes Brighton.
  • Preston Park, Wild Park, and Queen’s Park are enjoyed by Brighton residents and famous through out England.
  • Brighton is the starting-point of the A23 road.
  • Bear Road, London to Brighton Way, and Old Steine are intrinsic to Brighton transport infastructure.
  • Bordering the Town of Brighton and to the south Burgess Hill, and Lewes are immediately adjacent.
  • Brighton is best known for Chattri, Royal Suspension Chain Pier, and Brighton Lifeboat Station.
  • Famous buildings include Brighton Forum, Gothic House, and St Mary’s Church within Brighton.
  • Blended into Brighton a number of buildings of national importance can be found including Libraries in Brighton and Hove, Clock Tower, Thomas Simpson (architect), King and Queen, and 11 Dyke Road.
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Solicitors In Horsham

Information About Horsham

  • Coole Bevis LLP is proud to offer Legal services in Horsham, Horsham is a Town located in West Sussex in England.
  • Horsham is located in South East England.
  • Horsham is associated with county districts including Horsham.
  • Subdivisions of the Town of Horsham include but are not limited to Woodmancote, West Sussex.
  • The Town of Horsham also encompasses hamlets such as Tisman’s Common, Maplehurst, and Blackstone within its administrative area.
  • The Town of Horsham consolidates hamlets such asWest Grinstead, Rudgwick, Partridge Green, Storrington, and Small Dole within its border.
  • Villages within Horsham’s boundaries include Monk’s Gate, Pulborough, Edburton, Woodmancote, and Nutbourne.
  • Dragon’s Green, Hardham, Washington, Five Oaks, and Upper Beeding are also part of Horsham
  • Horsham incorporates a number of settlements including Dial Post, Coolham, Rudgwick, Faygate, Tisman’s Common, Brooks Green, and Slinfold.
  • Crabtree, West Sussex are also part of Coole Bevis LLP’s Legal service area in the Town of Horsham.
  • Other towns located within the Town of Horsham include Horsham, and Storrington
  • Horsham is within the RH12, RH13 area.
  • The Town of Horsham is bordered by St_Leonard’s_Forest, and Broadbridge Heath to the East.
  • The Town of Horsham southern boundaries are bordered by Mannings_Heath, Southwater, and Billingshurst
  • Horsham northern boundaries are bordered by Southwater, Burgess Hill, Dorking, Haywards Heath, and Faygate
  • Horsham encompasses notable heritage assets including Madina Mosque, Horsham.
  • A large number of leading businesses make Horsham and West Sussex their home including Coole Bevis LLP.
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Solicitors In Hove

Information About Hove

  • Coole Bevis LLP is proud to offer Legal services in the Town of Hove, which lies within England in East Sussex.
  • Hove is found in South East England.
  • Hove is associated with the Brighton and Hove shire administrative regions.
  • The Town of Hove additionally contains the hamlets such as Balsdean its boundaries.
  • The Town of Hove additionally includes villages such as Saltdean, West Blatchington, Hangleton, Ovingdean, and Stanmer its administrative area.
  • Hove is formed by a number of settlements including Portslade, Rottingdean, Aldrington, Brighton, and Saltdean.
  • Other towns found within the Town of Hove include Brighton
  • Hove is home to a variety of cities including Brighton and Hove
  • Hove is administered by the BN3 postcode area.
  • Well-known schools in Hove are Deepdene School.
  • Libraries in Brighton and Hove offer free educational resources in Hove.
  • The Montefiore Hospital, and Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital are located within the Hove District.
  • Queen’s Park, Hove Park, and Stanmer are popular with Hove citizens and known through out England.
  • Notable roads within Hove include Old Steine, Elm Grove, and Bear Road.
  • Hove’s reknown can be attributed to its diverse heritage including Hove War Memorial, and Old Steine Gardens.
  • Famous buildings include Brighton Forum, Gothic House, and St Mary’s Church within Hove.
  • Blended into Hove a number of buildings of national importance can be found including British Engineerium, Hove War Memorial, The Old Market, Barford Court, and Hangleton Manor Inn.
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Solicitors In Worthing

Information About Worthing

  • Coole Bevis LLP offers Legal services in Worthing, West Sussex, a Town located in England.
  • Historically, Worthing was part of the county of Sussex.
  • Worthing provides residents and businesses local services and administrative duties from Worthing Rural District.
  • Worthing’s local authority/administrative division is a Borough_status_in_the_United_Kingdom.
  • Worthing is found in South East England.
  • Lower tiers of local government include Worthing College within the Borough of Worthing.
  • The Borough of Worthing additionally contains villages such as Offington, Heene, Goring-by-Sea, Salvington, and Durrington its boundaries.
  • Villages within Worthing’s boundaries include Cote, Tarring, High Salvington, Broadwater, and Findon Valley.
  • Worthing contains a number of settlements including Heene, Goring-by-Sea, and Salvington.
  • Other towns found within the Borough of Worthing include Broadwater, and Tarring
  • Worthing has a number of schools in the area including Durrington High School, and Schools in Worthing.
  • Provide a physical education forum within Worthing are High Salvington Windmill, and Worthing Museum and Art Gallery.
  • Worthing Hospital are located within the Worthing District.
  • Beach House Park, and Highdown Gardens are popular with Worthing citizens and known through out England.
  • Integral major roads in Worthing include the A24 road (England).
  • Bordering on the East of the Borough of Worthing is Shoreham_by_Sea.
  • Close to Worthing, Normandy, Buncton, and Picardy are positioned immediately to the south of the Town.
  • Bordering Worthing and immediately adjacent, Buncton, Clapham, and Steyning can be found to the north.
  • Worthing’s reknown can be attributed to its diverse heritage including High Salvington Windmill, and Cissbury Ring.
  • Famous buildings include St Mary of the Angels, Worthing within Worthing.
  • Structures and Buildings of special interest within Worthing include Durrington-on-Sea railway station, East Worthing railway station, Our Lady of Sion School, Schools in Worthing, and Manor Sports Ground.
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