- By Administrator
- Posted March 9, 2017, 8:37 am
Voted one of the best English towns to retire to, Worth in West Sussex offers a wide choice of care homes and care services for the elderly.
Situated at the foot of the South Downs, 10 miles west of Brighton and enjoys a 5 mile coastline.
Care homes and are services in Worthing, West Sussex include:
Acorn Care Services, Care2Connect, Arundel Care Services Ltd, Comfort Keepers Home Care Services Worthing, Caremark (Worthing and Arun), Assured Care Services Ltd, Independent Lives, Abicare Services, Claremont Care Services, Aspire Life Care, Primecare, Sunhill Court Residential Care and Nursing Homes Worthing, Ashdown, Chiltingtons Residential Care Home, South Coast Care, Links Care, Chesswood Care, C U Care Ltd, Fernbank, Berkeley, Lodge, Victoria Royal Beach, Prime Care Community Services, St Michaels, Fitzroy Lodge, Sussex Home Care, Touchstone Residential Home, The Pines Day Centre, Camelot, Kardinal, Country Lodge Nursing Home, Baytrees Homes, The Beeches, Longacre, Bramshaw House, Sussex Clinic Ltd, Highdown Court, Relative Matters Ltd, Willett Lodge Nursing Home Worthing, Helping Hands Home Care Worthing, Bailey Care Services, Prestige Nursing and Care Worthing, Irene House, Caer Gwent, Melrose Care, The New Grange Care Home Ltd, Lend a Hand Home Health Care Services, Touch of Care Ltd and Westholme Clinic Ltd.
Worthing and the South Downs National Park
A classic British seaside town, Worthing attracts many people who come to retire or move into care homes in and around the town. The Sussex coast and the South Downs are nearby and Worthing is a perfect place to relax.
The South Downs National Park covers an area of 627 square miles – two third of which is in Sussex. From Beachy Head near Eastbourne in the East to Harting Down in the West, the South Downs includes some of the most varied English landscapes in the country, including river valleys and ancient forests.
The South Downs National Park can easily be accessed from Worthing and Shoreham-by-Sea. Enjoy Highdown Hill, Mill Hill, Cissbury Ring and Lancing Ring.
Two South Downs landmarks are the Long Man of Wilmington, a chalk carved figure, and Clayton Windmills. There is also a war memorial, The Chattri, dedicated to Indian soldiers who died in the Brighton area, having been brought there for treatment after being injured fighting on the Western Front in the First World War.
A choice of Worthing attractions include: Arundel Castle and Gardens, Parham House and Gardens, Worthing Museum and Art Gallery, the Pavilion Theatre, the Assembly Hall, Worthing and Ferring Wyevale Garden Centre, South Downs National Park, Field Row Gallery, Field Row Gallery, Worthing Seafront, Cissbury Ring, the Beach House Park and Highdown Gardens.
If you are looking for elderly care services in Worthing, register with the Care Co-Operative and get access to a choice of care providers offering discounted fees.