The Davies Family

Worthing Pier Your Story

Joshua Davies

My favourite memory of the pier is going to the amusement arcade and only having one coin but coming home with hundreds. I love the pier and am proud to be part of the group promoting it as such a special place in Worthing.

Enid Parsons (Grandma)

My first memories of the pier were of when we moved here in 1969. I remember Grandpa fishing off the pier but have no memories of him catching anything! Walking around the pier on a sunny afternoon when the girls were little, usually on a Sunday.

Keith Davies (Grandad)

We moved to Worthing in 1990 but I have rarely been on the pier which is quite sad as I love history and have learnt a lot about the pier & its history from Joshua.

Nikki Davies (Mum)

I loved walking on the pier in the sunshine with my Mum & Dad when I was little and being able to have an ice cream as a treat. Today I still walk on the pier in all weathers but I still have to have an ice cream! When my our boys were small we would take them and Joshua, aged about 3, once sidled up to a very attractive young lady who was sitting on the deck against the windbreak in the sunshine, reading a book, he slid down until he was sitting beside her & just started chatting! His Dad was very impressed! Annual pantomime visits have been a must for us for many years and we still continue to go to the Pavilion Theatre.

Ashley Davies (Brother)

My memories of the pier are of my teenage years when I would go clubbing at the end of the pier. It always seemed a bit of a dangerous place to have a nightclub!

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