Worthing National Trust Association
It all began in 1973 when a very well-
Presumably other indefatigable people were doing the same all along the coast. As a result a large number of NT members met at The Dome in Brighton to form the Southdown Centre or Association, which stretched from Brighton to Littlehampton in the west and northwards over the South Downs.
After a year or so Southdown had grown to over a thousand members and it was decided to divide the membership into two new centres. Southdown kept its name and its membership came from Southwick to Brighton. Our Centre was named the Adur-
Only a few years passed before the Adur-
By 1998, when we were celebrating our Silver Jubilee, we had begun to be known as the Adur-
Sadly the Arun Valley Association closed at the end of 2005 because they could not fill five vacancies on their committee, leaving us as the only support group in this part of West Sussex. Our numbers are slowly rising as the Worthing National Trust Association continues to thrive.
A brief history of the Association