The Worthing Society is responsible for many blue plaques and has a huge amount of information on its website worthingsociety.org.uk
1. King Edward VII
Worthing has a long connection with royalty. King Edward VII stayed at Beach House in Worthing a number of times between 1907 and 1910. During one visit, it is said he sat on Worthing Pier reading his newspaper when he was invited to join in a game of deck quoits.
2. King Edward VII
The blue plaque for King Edward VII at Beach House, in Brighton Road, Worthing
3. Beach House
Beach House in Worthing has three blue plaques. It is one of the last surviving villas of the Regency period and has been home to many people and organisations over the years.
4. 1937 Basque refugees
Christine Brown and Maria Teresa Grijalba unveiling the blue plaque for the 1937 Basque refugees at Beach House in May 2007. Picture: Gerald Thompson W21043H7