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Worthing in Sussex
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This is clearly the best British bank boondocks to move to in 2023

Some accept hailed it the ‘new Brighton’

Amy Houghton
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Amy Houghton

Chances are, you’ve advised ditching the burghal for activity by the sea. One affair captivation you aback ability be the summer crowds that army to places like Brighton and Blackpool, but there are some attractive bank destinations that are bottom accepted (and all the added peaceful for it).

Among them is Worthing in West Sussex, which has aloof been called the best bank boondocks to move to in 2023 by affairs website Muddy Stilettos. Aloof ten afar west of Brighton, it seems Worthing may able-bodied be giving the UK’s favourite littoral hotspot a run for its money.

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Although it acclimated to accept a acceptability as a asleep retirement destination, the boondocks is now home to a agglomeration of microbreweries, cocktail bars, absolute boutiques and art spaces.

Muddy Stilettos said that Worthing is notable for its affordable, above affairs and for accepting decidedly beneath tourists than its added accepted neighbours. According to Rightmove, the boilerplate abode amount in the breadth is about £370,000, authoritative it decidedly cheaper than London.

An art deco berth takes centre date on Worthing’s colourful seafront. It was congenital in 1862, survived a blaze and Apple War II, and had a abrupt assignment as a bistro in the ’80s. Highdown Area is additionally a wholesome, plant-filled atom admired by locals and in summer the boondocks hosts a massive anniversary of abreast bazaar and theatre. 

You can analysis out the abounding account of the UK’s best places to alive here.

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