'The Club was formed on 26th April 1904 as Worthing Camera Club, and has seen a whole host of changes over the years to embrace the technological advances in photography, and continually and to continually strive for improvement of the club. We normally meet every Tuesday evening between the months of September and April each year, and we always have a varied and interesting programme to cater for all of our members ... We welcome new members and through our regular schedule of club competitions, practical demonstration evenings, events and talks, we are all learning to improve our art.'

'The Worthing Society, originally the Worthing Civic Society (founded 1973), was formed in 1982. Its main aims are to conserve and preserve the architectural amenities of Worthing and the surrounding area , and to stimulate interest and research into the town’s history. It is concerned principally with conservation and preservation but also operates within broader terms to enhance the present conditions of the town and surrounding area, the character and life of which it is anxious to safeguard, and to act as a watch-dog for future developments.'

'The overall objective is good intellectual discussion of theological issues on the broadest possible basis. Whilst the emphasis is predominantly biblical and Christian we are non-partisan and a range of faiths and non-religious outlooks in our regular gatherings ... Speakers are drawn from as wide a perspective as are willing to share their thoughts: from leading scholars in their field to those nearer the start of their studies, from politicians to priests, and many more.'

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