Wills, Will Drafting and Succession

Wills, Will Drafting and Succession

A Will is a legally binding document in which you specify what is to happen to your estate following your death. This is a very important document so careful thought and consideration should be made when creating the terms of your Will.

Why Do I Need A Will?

A Will is a legally binding document specifying what happens to your estate following death. Your estate can include money, property and possessions.  If you have young children, you may name guardians to look after them whilst they are minors.  If you are divorced or in the process of getting divorced, it is important to review and update your will.

If you are looking to make a Will, you must decide who to appoint as executors and trustees. They will be responsible for administering your estate and any trusts arising under the terms of your Will, in accordance with the law including tax aspects.

If you do not make a Will, your estate will be distributed in accordance with the Rules of Intestacy.  These Rules lay down which relatives will inherit in the event of your death and what their entitlement will be.  Cohabitees do not receive any benefit at all under these Rules and spouses will not necessarily inherit the whole of the estate.

How Often Do I Need To Update My Will?

We recommend that you update your Will every 5 years, or earlier if your marital status changes for example by marriage, divorce or separation.

Who Are Executors?

When making your Will, you decide who to appoint as executors, personal representatives and trustees.  They will be responsible for administering your estate and any trusts arising under the terms of your Will.  The same people can be appointed for both roles but in certain circumstances it can be beneficial to name different people for the two roles.

Your executor(s) must always act in the best interests of your beneficiaries whilst ensuring they follow the law, including taxation, and the provisions in your Will.  It can be a very demanding role and you may wish to consider the appointment of professional executors and trustees.

You may come across the term ‘Executrix’. This is a female executor of a will. Nowadays the term ‘Executor’ is used for both male and female.

Requirements For A Valid Will

For a will to be valid, it must obey the following principles:

  1. The Testator must be over the age of 18.
  2. The Testator must have mental capacity.
  3. The Will must be made voluntarily and the Testator must not be under duress.
  4. The Will must be in writing and be signed by the Testator in the presence of two witnesses.

Where To Keep A Will

A Will and any codicils* should be stored somewhere that is accessible to your executors – it is important that you tell them where to find your Will.  If your executors cannot find your Will in the event of your death, you will be intestate.  Where is safest for your Will to be stored?

  • Most solicitors are able to store Wills securely for their clients.
  • The Probate Service (England and Wales) can store Wills for you.
  • You can store a Will yourself, however this is not recommended because they can easily be lost/damaged.

Whether you plan to create a Will with Coole Bevis LLP, or have one already made, we are able to store them securely.

*A Codicil is a document which amends your Will.

What Happens If I Die Without A Will?

If you die without a valid Will or your executors cannot find it, you become ‘intestate’. The estate will be administered under ‘Intestacy Rules’ which lay down which relatives can inherit and what their entitlement will be. There is no provision for cohabitees to receive any benefit at all under these Rules and spouses do not necessarily inherit the whole of the estate.

For an estate to be administered as an Intestate estate, additional costs and expenses may be incurred as it may necessitate research of the family tree to ascertain who the legal beneficiaries are.

Will There Be Inheritance Tax To Pay On My Estate?

In the UK, there is a threshold tax allowance of £325,000* (the ‘nil rate band’) and your estate can collectively add up to this amount before it is taxed; anything over that sum could be taxed by up to 40%. This means that if you own an estate worth £500,000 the tax bill could be up to £70,000. Depending on your circumstances, your estate may qualify for additional allowances including the residence nil rate band and / or the transferable nil rate band.

Unfortunately, many people are unaware of how inheritance tax can adversely affect their direct descendants; seeking advice from a solicitor when making your Will can help to manage this.

*(tax year 2019/2020)

What Is Inheritance Tax Planning?

Inheritance Tax Planning can help you minimise the amount of inheritance tax due, or help you qualify for tax exemption.

Gifting money and property whilst you are still alive is one option, but is subject to various restrictions which we can explain.

Your unused ‘nil-rate band’ can be passed on to your surviving spouse or civil partner. They may have this in addition to their own nil rate band so potentially doubling for them the amount they can bequeath tax free.

Your pension after retirement can also be used as a tax-efficient way to pass on wealth.

Trusts can also reduce an IHT bill as you can keep lump sums outside of an estate, protecting future generations.

Should I Leave A Gift To Charity In My Will?

Gifting to your favourite charity in a Will can have positive, lasting impact and can help reduce the Inheritance Tax bill. There are three different types of legacies:

  • Pecuniary; a gift of a fixed cash sum.
  • Specific; a gift of a particular item or asset.
  • Residuary; a gift of the whole, or a share, of your estate after debts and expenses have been paid.

What Is A Grant Of Probate?

Grant of Probate is the legal document issued by the High Court confirming the validity of the Will and that the appointed executors have the authority to administer the deceased’s estate. The executors will collect in the assets, pay liabilities and expenses and distribute what remains to the beneficiaries. This process is called ‘administering an estate’.

Why Do I Need A Grant Of Probate When I Have A Will?

People often assume that if there is a Will, probate will not be required. However, depending on the nature and value of the assets within the estate, it is likely that probate will be necessary for the administration of the estate.

Why Use A Solicitor To Write Your Will?

When creating any legally binding document, it is important to have the assistance of an expert. The creation of a Will is not always simple and straightforward.

Coole Bevis LLP are able to provide a valuable and cost-effective service if you decide to create a Will with us. We will always deliver confidential advice with your best interests at heart, handling every arrangement for your estate with care. If at the end of the transaction you need your Will to be stored, we are able to do so for you.

How Do I Challenge A Will?

If you are looking to challenge a Will please visit our Wills and Probate disputes page.

What Are The Benefits Of Using A Solicitor?

By drawing up a Will with a solicitor, you could save your family unnecessary time and stress which could arise due to complications of a poorly drafted Will. It is particularly important to use a solicitor to write your Will if:

  • You have assets overseas.  Even if a Will has been made under UK law, it is not guaranteed your assets overseas will be passed straight to the beneficiaries. There may be a conflict of laws or rules in the country where your assets are located, therefore you will need to discuss your circumstances with a solicitor so it can be decided which country’s law is governing and who will inherit your assets.
  • You run a businessIf you are a business owner, it is essential that you create a Will to secure your assets and avoid them being disbursed in contradiction of your wishes. Succession planning with our team ensures your business will end up in safe hands and that your beneficiaries receive what has been specifically outlined in your Will.
  • You have to pay Inheritance Tax. Making a Will is a large part of estate planning because you can plan how your estate is distributed in line with your wishes.
  • Your family position is complicated.  In complex family situations, it is sensible to make a Will to avoid a time-consuming and stressful process, which sometimes ends in legal disputes.

COST OF WILLS

At Coole Bevis LLP we offer a Will writing service which meets not only the rigorous standards set by the Solicitors Regulation Authority but also those set by the STEP (The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners) https://www.step.org/sites/default/files/Policy/Public_Guide_to_Will_Code.pdf

Only our qualified and experienced Solicitors prepare Wills so you can be sure of a top class service. Our service includes the initial meeting with you to enable our solicitors to take full detailed instructions from you, preparation and submission of initial draft Will for consideration by you, all correspondence and telephone attendances upon you, drafting any amendments to the draft Will and resubmission to you, upon approval preparing the Will in readiness for signature by you, attending upon you to sign the Will and providing you with a copy of the completed document.

We recommend once completed that your Will is stored with us to ensure it is not lost or damaged, a service for which there is no additional cost.

Will TypeCost Range
Single Will without trust and inheritance tax advice£350.00 – £450.00 plus VAT depending upon complexity
Single Will with trust and inheritance tax advice£500.00 – £800.00 plus VAT depending upon complexity
Pair of Mirror Wills without trust and inheritance tax advice£475.00 – £600.00 plus VAT depending upon complexity
Pair of Mirror Wills with trust and inheritance tax advice£800.00 – £1,500 plus VAT depending upon complexity

Sometimes it may be more appropriate to quote on an hourly basis if your instructions are particularly complex, in which case the hourly charges will range from £185.00 plus VAT per hour for an Assistant Solicitor to £240.00 plus VAT per hour for an Executive Partner.

Generally speaking initial meetings last between ½ hr – 1 hr in length during which you will be asked to provide information about your family circumstances and to supply details of your assets and liabilities so that our solicitors can ensure you are given full and appropriate advice. Time frames for the submission of the draft Will to you for approval will be discussed during your initial meeting.

We are able to offer free home visits within a 10 mile radius of any of our offices for the elderly and disabled for whom attendance at an office would be difficult.

If Wills are not completed we charge a proportionate fee for all work undertaken on your behalf.

Please note the cost information provided here is general by way of example, you will be provided with more precise and personalised information at your initial meeting.

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  • Coole Bevis LLP is proud to offer Legal services in Brighton, Brighton is a Town located in East Sussex in England.
  • Brighton, East Sussex is a part of the Brighton and Hove local authority area in England.
  • Historically, Brighton was part of the county of Sussex.
  • Hove Town Hall is Brighton’s local authority administrative HQ.
  • Brighton’s council/local authority is a Unitary_authority.
  • Brighton is found in South East England.
  • Brighton is associated with the Brighton and Hove shire administrative regions.
  • 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 additionally contains the hamlets such as Balsdean its boundaries.
  • The Town of Brighton also amalgamated villages such as West Blatchington, Stanmer, Saltdean, Hangleton, and Ovingdean within its boundaries.
  • 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 within Brighton, England include New England Quarter, Patcham, Preston Village, Coldean, and Hollingbury,
  • in addition to Brighton’s outer urban areas Mile Oak, Bear Road, Prestonville, Moulsecoomb, and West Blatchington.
  • 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.
  • Within In Brighton, East Sussex you can find several small communities including Portslade, Bevendean, Old Steine, Kemp Town, and Roedean.
  • In Brighton you find towns like Rottingdean, Hollingdean, Stanmer, The Lanes, and Aldrington.
  • Additional towns that form parm of the Town of Brighton include Brighton
  • Brighton is home to a number of prestigious CITIES including Brighton and Hove.
  • Moulsecoomb Place, Brighton Business School, and Waste House are respected through out the England and the United Kingdom.
  • Prestigious schools in Brighton are Roedean School, and Falmer High School.
  • Libraries in Brighton and Hove, and Jubilee Library offer free educational resources in Brighton.
  • Provide a physical education forum within Brighton are Brighton Fishing Museum, and Booth Museum of Natural History.
  • Brighton is served by Royal Sussex County Hospital, and Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital.
  • Preston Park, Wild Park, and Queen’s Park are the most notable parks and open spaces in Brighton and are famous through out England.
  • The major roads feeding Brighton includes the A23 road.
  • Notable roads within Brighton include Old Steine, Bear Road, and London to Brighton Way.
  • Bordering the Town of Brighton and to the south Burgess Hill, and Lewes are immediately adjacent.
  • Unusual (and unique) places within Brighton include Royal Suspension Chain Pier, Chattri, and Brighton Lifeboat Station.
  • Brighton Iconic Buildings include St Mary’s Church, Brighton Forum, and Gothic House.
  • Brighton encompasses notable heritage assets including Thomas Simpson (architect), Clock Tower, Libraries in Brighton and Hove, 11 Dyke Road, and King and Queen.

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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 based within South East England.
  • Horsham is linkedd to county district shires including Horsham.
  • Subdivisions of the Town of Horsham include but are not limited to Woodmancote, West Sussex.
  • The Town of Horsham also amalgamated hamlets such as Tisman’s Common, Maplehurst, and Blackstone within its boundaries.
  • The Town of Horsham additionally contains villages such as Rudgwick, Storrington, West Grinstead, Small Dole, and Partridge Green its boundaries.
  • Horsham border includes a number of villages such as Monk’s Gate, Pulborough, Edburton, Woodmancote, and Nutbourne.
  • Last in order of mention, Horsham encompasses Five Oaks, Upper Beeding, Hardham, Dragon’s Green, and Washington.
  • Incorporated settlements within Horsham’s boundary now include Rudgwick, Brooks Green, Faygate, Coolham, Slinfold, Dial Post, and Tisman’s Common.
  • 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 comes under the RH12, RH13 postal code.
  • The Town of Horsham is bordered by St_Leonard’s_Forest, and Broadbridge Heath to the East.
  • Close to Horsham, Mannings_Heath, Southwater, and Billingshurst are positioned immediately to the south of the Town.
  • Bordering Horsham and immediately adjacent, Dorking, Haywards Heath, Southwater, Burgess Hill, and Faygate can be found to the north.
  • Situated in Horsham, notable heritage assets include Madina Mosque, Horsham.
  • A variety of businesses including Coole Bevis LLP make West Sussex and Horsham their home.

Information About Hove

  • Coole Bevis LLP offers Legal services in Hove, East Sussex, a Town located in England.
  • Hove is located in South East England.
  • Hove is attributed to shire districts including Brighton and Hove.
  • The Town of Hove additionally includes hamlets such as Balsdean its administrative area.
  • The Town of Hove consolidates hamlets such asOvingdean, Saltdean, West Blatchington, Stanmer, and Hangleton within its border.
  • Hove is formed by a number of settlements including Portslade, Rottingdean, Aldrington, Brighton, and Saltdean.
  • Other towns including Brighton can be found within the Town of Hove.
  • Hove is home to a number of prestigious CITIES including Brighton and Hove.
  • Hove comes under the BN3 postal code.
  • Well-known schools in Hove are Deepdene School.
  • Libraries in Brighton and Hove play an important role in Hove.
  • The Hove area is the location of several hospitals including The Montefiore Hospital, and Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital.
  • Hove Park, Stanmer, and Queen’s Park are the most notable parks and open spaces in Hove and are famous through out England.
  • Elm Grove, Bear Road, and Old Steine are intrinsic to Hove transport infastructure.
  • Places to see in Hove include Hove War Memorial, and Old Steine Gardens.
  • Landmarks in Hove that have stood the test of time include Gothic House, Brighton Forum, and St Mary’s Church.
  • Withing the boundaries of Hove, Barford Court, British Engineerium, Hangleton Manor Inn, The Old Market, and Hove War Memorial of special interest.

Information About Worthing

  • Coole Bevis LLP offers Legal services in Worthing, which is located in England, and a Town in West Sussex.
  • Worthing is often considered part of the historic country of Sussex.
  • Worthing’s local authority administrative HQ is Worthing Rural District
  • Worthing’s governing local authority structure is a Borough_status_in_the_United_Kingdom.
  • Worthing is found in South East England.
  • Local government Civil Parishes in the Borough of Worthing include Worthing College.
  • The Borough of Worthing additionally includes villages such as Offington, Durrington, Salvington, Goring-by-Sea, and Heene its administrative area.
  • Worthing border includes a number of villages such as Broadwater, High Salvington, Findon Valley, Cote, and Tarring.
  • Worthing incorporates a number of settlements including Heene, Goring-by-Sea, and Salvington.
  • Additional towns that form parm of the Borough of Worthing include Broadwater, and Tarring
  • Amongst the numerous schools and further education establishments in Worthing are Schools in Worthing, and Durrington High School.
  • Promoting cultural heritage in Worthing are Worthing Museum and Art Gallery, and High Salvington Windmill.
  • Worthing Hospital catchment areas includes Worthing.
  • Beach House Park, and Highdown Gardens are popular with Worthing residents and known through out England.
  • The major roads feeding Worthing includes the A24 road (England).
  • Bordering on the East of the Borough of Worthing is Shoreham_by_Sea.
  • Bordering the Town of Worthing and to the south Picardy, Normandy, and Buncton are immediately adjacent.
  • The Borough of Worthing’s is bordered by Steyning, Buncton, and Clapham to the north.
  • Worthing is best known for Cissbury Ring, and High Salvington Windmill.
  • Worthing is wreathed in examples of famous architecture including St Mary of the Angels, Worthing.
  • Worthing encompasses notable heritage assets including Schools in Worthing, Durrington-on-Sea railway station, East Worthing railway station, Manor Sports Ground, and Our Lady of Sion School.
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Solicitors In Brighton

Information About Brighton

  • Coole Bevis LLP is proud to offer Legal services in Brighton, Brighton is a Town located in East Sussex in England.
  • Brighton, East Sussex is a part of the Brighton and Hove local authority area in England.
  • Historically, Brighton was part of the county of Sussex.
  • Hove Town Hall is Brighton’s local authority administrative HQ.
  • Brighton’s council/local authority is a Unitary_authority.
  • Brighton is found in South East England.
  • Brighton is associated with the Brighton and Hove shire administrative regions.
  • 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 additionally contains the hamlets such as Balsdean its boundaries.
  • The Town of Brighton also amalgamated villages such as West Blatchington, Stanmer, Saltdean, Hangleton, and Ovingdean within its boundaries.
  • 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 within Brighton, England include New England Quarter, Patcham, Preston Village, Coldean, and Hollingbury,
  • in addition to Brighton’s outer urban areas Mile Oak, Bear Road, Prestonville, Moulsecoomb, and West Blatchington.
  • 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.
  • Within In Brighton, East Sussex you can find several small communities including Portslade, Bevendean, Old Steine, Kemp Town, and Roedean.
  • In Brighton you find towns like Rottingdean, Hollingdean, Stanmer, The Lanes, and Aldrington.
  • Additional towns that form parm of the Town of Brighton include Brighton
  • Brighton is home to a number of prestigious CITIES including Brighton and Hove.
  • Moulsecoomb Place, Brighton Business School, and Waste House are respected through out the England and the United Kingdom.
  • Prestigious schools in Brighton are Roedean School, and Falmer High School.
  • Libraries in Brighton and Hove, and Jubilee Library offer free educational resources in Brighton.
  • Provide a physical education forum within Brighton are Brighton Fishing Museum, and Booth Museum of Natural History.
  • Brighton is served by Royal Sussex County Hospital, and Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital.
  • Preston Park, Wild Park, and Queen’s Park are the most notable parks and open spaces in Brighton and are famous through out England.
  • The major roads feeding Brighton includes the A23 road.
  • Notable roads within Brighton include Old Steine, Bear Road, and London to Brighton Way.
  • Bordering the Town of Brighton and to the south Burgess Hill, and Lewes are immediately adjacent.
  • Unusual (and unique) places within Brighton include Royal Suspension Chain Pier, Chattri, and Brighton Lifeboat Station.
  • Brighton Iconic Buildings include St Mary’s Church, Brighton Forum, and Gothic House.
  • Brighton encompasses notable heritage assets including Thomas Simpson (architect), Clock Tower, Libraries in Brighton and Hove, 11 Dyke Road, and King and Queen.
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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 based within South East England.
  • Horsham is linkedd to county district shires including Horsham.
  • Subdivisions of the Town of Horsham include but are not limited to Woodmancote, West Sussex.
  • The Town of Horsham also amalgamated hamlets such as Tisman’s Common, Maplehurst, and Blackstone within its boundaries.
  • The Town of Horsham additionally contains villages such as Rudgwick, Storrington, West Grinstead, Small Dole, and Partridge Green its boundaries.
  • Horsham border includes a number of villages such as Monk’s Gate, Pulborough, Edburton, Woodmancote, and Nutbourne.
  • Last in order of mention, Horsham encompasses Five Oaks, Upper Beeding, Hardham, Dragon’s Green, and Washington.
  • Incorporated settlements within Horsham’s boundary now include Rudgwick, Brooks Green, Faygate, Coolham, Slinfold, Dial Post, and Tisman’s Common.
  • 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 comes under the RH12, RH13 postal code.
  • The Town of Horsham is bordered by St_Leonard’s_Forest, and Broadbridge Heath to the East.
  • Close to Horsham, Mannings_Heath, Southwater, and Billingshurst are positioned immediately to the south of the Town.
  • Bordering Horsham and immediately adjacent, Dorking, Haywards Heath, Southwater, Burgess Hill, and Faygate can be found to the north.
  • Situated in Horsham, notable heritage assets include Madina Mosque, Horsham.
  • A variety of businesses including Coole Bevis LLP make West Sussex and Horsham their home.
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Solicitors In Hove

Information About Hove

  • Coole Bevis LLP offers Legal services in Hove, East Sussex, a Town located in England.
  • Hove is located in South East England.
  • Hove is attributed to shire districts including Brighton and Hove.
  • The Town of Hove additionally includes hamlets such as Balsdean its administrative area.
  • The Town of Hove consolidates hamlets such asOvingdean, Saltdean, West Blatchington, Stanmer, and Hangleton within its border.
  • Hove is formed by a number of settlements including Portslade, Rottingdean, Aldrington, Brighton, and Saltdean.
  • Other towns including Brighton can be found within the Town of Hove.
  • Hove is home to a number of prestigious CITIES including Brighton and Hove.
  • Hove comes under the BN3 postal code.
  • Well-known schools in Hove are Deepdene School.
  • Libraries in Brighton and Hove play an important role in Hove.
  • The Hove area is the location of several hospitals including The Montefiore Hospital, and Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital.
  • Hove Park, Stanmer, and Queen’s Park are the most notable parks and open spaces in Hove and are famous through out England.
  • Elm Grove, Bear Road, and Old Steine are intrinsic to Hove transport infastructure.
  • Places to see in Hove include Hove War Memorial, and Old Steine Gardens.
  • Landmarks in Hove that have stood the test of time include Gothic House, Brighton Forum, and St Mary’s Church.
  • Withing the boundaries of Hove, Barford Court, British Engineerium, Hangleton Manor Inn, The Old Market, and Hove War Memorial of special interest.
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Solicitors In Worthing

Information About Worthing

  • Coole Bevis LLP offers Legal services in Worthing, which is located in England, and a Town in West Sussex.
  • Worthing is often considered part of the historic country of Sussex.
  • Worthing’s local authority administrative HQ is Worthing Rural District
  • Worthing’s governing local authority structure is a Borough_status_in_the_United_Kingdom.
  • Worthing is found in South East England.
  • Local government Civil Parishes in the Borough of Worthing include Worthing College.
  • The Borough of Worthing additionally includes villages such as Offington, Durrington, Salvington, Goring-by-Sea, and Heene its administrative area.
  • Worthing border includes a number of villages such as Broadwater, High Salvington, Findon Valley, Cote, and Tarring.
  • Worthing incorporates a number of settlements including Heene, Goring-by-Sea, and Salvington.
  • Additional towns that form parm of the Borough of Worthing include Broadwater, and Tarring
  • Amongst the numerous schools and further education establishments in Worthing are Schools in Worthing, and Durrington High School.
  • Promoting cultural heritage in Worthing are Worthing Museum and Art Gallery, and High Salvington Windmill.
  • Worthing Hospital catchment areas includes Worthing.
  • Beach House Park, and Highdown Gardens are popular with Worthing residents and known through out England.
  • The major roads feeding Worthing includes the A24 road (England).
  • Bordering on the East of the Borough of Worthing is Shoreham_by_Sea.
  • Bordering the Town of Worthing and to the south Picardy, Normandy, and Buncton are immediately adjacent.
  • The Borough of Worthing’s is bordered by Steyning, Buncton, and Clapham to the north.
  • Worthing is best known for Cissbury Ring, and High Salvington Windmill.
  • Worthing is wreathed in examples of famous architecture including St Mary of the Angels, Worthing.
  • Worthing encompasses notable heritage assets including Schools in Worthing, Durrington-on-Sea railway station, East Worthing railway station, Manor Sports Ground, and Our Lady of Sion School.

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