Worthing's high street continues to thrive despite changes

Worthing’s closed and much-missed shops – which do you remember?

While Worthing town centre continues to thrive, many shops – including some big names – have come and gone over the years.

Some have closed recently, others longer ago, and here are a few people may remember. To share your memories of missed shops in Worthing, email letters@worthingherald.co.uk

Gamleys, in Portland Road, may not be familiar to the young now, but is much missed by the young at heart
Gamleys, in Portland Road, may not be familiar to the young now, but is much missed by the young at heart
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Woolworths had been a fixture in Worthing for decades before the Montague Street store shut its doors for the last time over ten years ago
Woolworths had been a fixture in Worthing for decades before the Montague Street store shut its doors for the last time over ten years ago
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In 2009, H&M moved into the old Woolies building and its opening day saw huge crowds queue up in Montague Street
In 2009, H&M moved into the old Woolies building and its opening day saw huge crowds queue up in Montague Street
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British Bookshops & Stationers also moved into part of the old Woolworths building in Montague Street, but that shop has also gone
British Bookshops & Stationers also moved into part of the old Woolworths building in Montague Street, but that shop has also gone
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