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Marine Crescent (the 'Greensward' - east)

Marine Crescent 200 x 150

Marine Crescent,
Worthing,
West Sussex,
near BN12 4JG

Facilities and attractions

Passive Leisure Open Space Event  


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About this site

This area of open space, to the west of the town, is known locally as the 'Greensward'.

This beach side green attracts informal passive and active leisure pursuits throughout the year.

It is also possible to hold a barbeque at this site, For more information please see our barbeque page.

The 'Greensward'

The 'Greensward' is a generic term for the grass area either side of the Plantation on Marine Drive that stretches from Eirene Avenue/Sea Place (near George V Avenue) in the east and Sea Lane, Ferring, in the west.

It is about 3 kilometres (1.8 miles) long and is on Marine Crescent which turns into Marine Drive (at the roundabout at the junction with Sea Lane, Worthing).

This area of open space is a continuation eastwards of Marine Drive (the 'Greensward' - west).

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