We were planning a Celebration Weekend to remember the 100 years since the sale of our village in 1919. Momentum was gathering following Planning Meetings in October, January February and March but all was brought to what we hope is a temporary halt by the Coronavirus Lockdown.

In the meantime we have been collecting various submissions about our history, especially the last 100 years, from various contributors and we are gradually posting them here on the Village Hall website for all to see. In that way we will build a virtual museum which one day we hope to walk round in real life as per the original plan. If you have a contribution towards our growing virtual museum please contact nickviney@hotmail.com 

History of Radar

Below is a copy of a schematic created by Bob Diffey about the History of Radar and its place in Worth's History. Click this link


to take you to an interactive version where clicking on any part of Spider's Web will take you a fascinating detailed explanation, some with further links, pictures and video:

 St Albans Head

Auxiliary Life Saving Apparatus Men.

The early years

A descriptive photo journey through the early years of

by Belinda Norman

To view this pictorial journey click here

Leslie Banks

English theatre and cinema actor, director and producer with a longstanding relationship to Worth from the 1920s, eventually buying Lobster Cottage in 1937 which he visited every summer with his wife and three daughters. He and his wife Gwendoline are buried in St Nicholas Churchyard.
To view his history click here

Ecclesiastical & Earthworks in and around Worth

to view this article click here 

An Engineering Perspective on the Industrial Archaeology of the Purbeck Stone Industry

by Geoffrey Norris Phd

to view this article click here

Worth Photo Archive

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