Worthing is a town in West Sussex with about 100,000 inhabitants and an area of ​​32.48 square kilometers. The town was already mentioned in the Domesday Book, at that time he had 22 inhabitants. In 1803 we have counted about 2,500 inhabitants. Worthing is mainly - known as a health resort - since the late 18th century. Many language tour operators offer classes on Worthing. In 1894, Oscar Wilde wrote the play The Importance of Being Earnest Worthing. One of the persons in the play, Jack Worthing, was it after the terminal station of the town, located on a local railway line, named.