Worthing Society Ltd
The Abbeyfield Worthing Society was established in 1961 because Otho Prior-Palmer, a local resident and former MP, felt more should be done locally for older people. His thoughts and ideas were compatible with the Abbeyfield ethos and so the Society became a member of the Abbeyfield movement.
The Worthing Society was founded by a group of local residents who also believed in these values and had a desire to assist in providing older people with a real alternative to living on their own or going into care/nursing homes before they need to. The sheltered housing run by the Worthing Society we see today is the result.
Our houses offer people the opportunity to maintain their own lifestyle whilst benefiting from an inclusive and supportive living environment. Both our houses are run by local staff and volunteers who genuinely care, and share our aim to assist older people to enjoy life to the full, along with companionship and community.
Name: Worthing Society Ltd
Address: c/o 8 Southey Road, Worthing, West Sussex, BN11 3HT
Phone number: 01903 208 665
Charity number: 206298
We have 10 modern en-suite rooms with small kitchen areas, which include a microwave, kettle and fridge; allowing you to remain independent and perfect for when you have family and friends coming to visit. Each room has been maintain to an excellent standard and some of our rooms have a balcony, which overlook the charming rear garden with its lovely walled garden, shaded seating and patio area.
Built in the late 1800’s to early 1900’s, the property has since been modernised and houses nine en-suite rooms with a small kitchen area, perfect for helping you to remain independent and is an excellent facility to have when you have family and friends visiting. All of the rooms come unfurnished allowing you to decorate your room with personal belongings to make you feel right at home.