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The museum's collections include local archaelogy from Worthing and the surrounding area; costume and textiles dating from 1600; juvenilia; work by members of the Camden Town Group; work by English water-colourists; typographical collection of paintings, prints and drawings; Colin Mear's bequest of chidrens books; material relating to the history of Worthing Archaeology, Archives, Coins and Medals, Costume and Textiles, Decorative and Applied Art, Fine Art, Land Transport, Literature, Natural Sciences, Social History, Toys and Hobbies An 18 month costume trail is on display to the public across Worthing.

The trail consists of a portable and changing series of displays using Worthing Museum and Art Gallery's (WMA) costume collection, and is hosted in showcases by local businesses.

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Please come along if you would like to meet other single people, have an informal chat, dance to our disco or live music and share in other social activities.She is also an award-winning matchmaker winning Best Newcomer in 2015 at the prestigious .We are based in Sussex and cover the whole of the Sussex area as far east as Hastings and west to Chichester, taking in Brighton, Worthing, Haywards Heath, Horsham and surround.She added: “I was shaking with nerves, especially as it was in front of a live audience, but at the same time it was exciting and gave me a huge adrenaline rush.“I went on the show willing to meet someone and I met someone unexpectedly, and he is down to earth and more like me – we have been on a couple of dates since the show and things are going well – I would never have met him if I didn’t go on the show.”Justin Relyt, 25, from Worthing appeared on Channel 4’s First Dates on October 24 and sent viewers into a frenzy after cracking an ‘awkward riding joke’ and calling himself the ‘wolf of Worthing’ – which created a negative response on social media site Twitter.The 25-year-old said he saw the show as a ‘stage to perform on’ and was ‘not fussed’ about the negative response as he has ‘a thick skin’ and ‘does not take anything too seriously’.An untapped resource, the collection is one the largest in the UK.


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