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The Parsonage - A Great Place For All Occasions.

Socialising, entertaining for pleasure or business, you will enjoy the hours with friends in the comfort of our Grade II surroundings and unique courtyard garden. Whatever the occasion and reason for joining us, you can be assured of a warm welcome with our award winning customer service. Now in our forth decade, we have built an enviable reputation for innovation and service as tastes and preferences have changed over time. Our sell-out themed events are back and offer an opportunity to join friends for those special occasions. The now famous garden Jumbrella’s add to the experience by creating a wonderful setting to drink and dine outside. Surrounded by south coast sea breezes, enjoy the sunshine and take in this wonderful atmosphere. Whatever your requirements your host Wayne Lowrey will be delighted to help your enjoy the occasion.
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The Parsonage - a journey back in time

The Parsonage began its journey back in 1987, but Parsons Row and Tarring Village have a long and illustrious history dating back to 1066! Tarring was given by King Athelstan of England to the archbishops of Canterbury in the 10th century. At the time of the Domesday Book in 1086, the village was known as Terringes, and consisted of 50 households. It is thought that the place name means "Teorra's people", with Teorra being a Saxon settler. There is a tradition that the village was visited by Thomas Becket, the martyred archbishop, in the 12th century and also by St Richard of Chichester, patron saint of Sussex, in the 13th century. West Tarring is noted for its 13th-century parish church of St Andrew, 13th-century Archbishop's Palace, numerous old houses including the 15th-century, now Grade II listed, timber-framed Parsonage Row. The present day Parsonage, now the oldest restaurant in Worthing was formerly home for the Sussex Archaeological Museum in the mid 80’s. Since 1987 the Parsonage has adapted and grown with the changing preferences of its customers and visitors. Time passes swiftly - the Parsonage is now in its 34th year and as always, we are adapting to changing times. On our journey we have collected many accolades and awards, but above all, we pride ourselves on offering the The Best Customer Service in Sussex.
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The Parsonage, rated 5-Star, is the oldest restaurant in Worthing, Sussex. Opened in 1987, this Grade II listed building dates back before 1066.
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The Parsonage - A Great Place For All

Occasions.

Socialising, entertaining for pleasure or business, you will enjoy the hours with friends in the comfort of our Grade II surroundings and unique courtyard garden. Whatever the occasion and reason for joining us, you can be assured of a warm welcome with our award winning customer service. Now in our forth decade, we have built an enviable reputation for innovation and service as tastes and preferences have changed over time. Our sell-out themed events are back and offer an opportunity to join friends for those special occasions. The now famous garden Jumbrella’s add to the experience by creating a wonderful setting to drink and dine outside. Surrounded by south coast sea breezes, enjoy the sunshine and take in this wonderful atmosphere. Whatever your requirements your host Wayne Lowrey will be delighted to help your enjoy the occasion.

The Parsonage - a journey back in time

The Parsonage began its journey back in 1987, but Parsons Row and Tarring Village have a long and illustrious history dating back to 1066! Tarring was given by King Athelstan of England to the archbishops of Canterbury in the 10th century. At the time of the Domesday Book in 1086, the village was known as Terringes, and consisted of 50 households. It is thought that the place name means "Teorra's people", with Teorra being a Saxon settler. There is a tradition that the village was visited by Thomas Becket, the martyred archbishop, in the 12th century and also by St Richard of Chichester, patron saint of Sussex, in the 13th century. West Tarring is noted for its 13th-century parish church of St Andrew, 13th-century Archbishop's Palace, numerous old houses including the 15th-century, now Grade II listed, timber-framed Parsonage Row. The present day Parsonage, now the oldest restaurant in Worthing was formerly home for the Sussex Archaeological Museum in the mid 80’s. Since 1987 the Parsonage has adapted and grown with the changing preferences of its customers and visitors. Time passes swiftly - the Parsonage is now in its 34th year and as always, we are adapting to changing times. On our journey we have collected many accolades and awards, but above all, we pride ourselves on offering the The Best Customer Service in Sussex.
Summer at the Parsonage
Autumn at the Parsonage
Welcome
Parsonage 70s
The Parsonage, rated 5-Star, is the oldest restaurant in Worthing, Sussex. Opened in 1987, this Grade II listed building dates back before 1066.
1987
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1987