Art deco pavilion reopens on Worthing Pier after renovation

Southern Pavilion The pavilion has sea views from every window

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An art deco pavilion on Worthing Pier, which has been left empty for three years, has been renovated.

Built in 1935, the Southern Pavilion was last used as a night club.

The refurbishment began in January and is now complete. The managers hope it will be a multi-purpose venue, which will be used for weddings and conferences.

Managing director Phil Duckett said: "I think we've got the best view on the south coast."

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