AR Brown & Co is devoted to supporting the local cultural community. Apart from its long-term support of the Worthing Dome Cinema and High Salvington Mill regeneration schemes, the firm has a history of supporting local craftsmen and artists alike. A regular presence in the firm are the works and models of local craftsmen Ted Bayley, who sadly died a few years ago. His works will continue to be proudly displayed as testament to the Worthing architectural icons they represent.

In addition, AR Brown & Co is proud to play host to a permanent and rotating selection of works from the internationally exhibited artist, Nicholas de Lacy-Brown, who was born in Worthing.

To arrange a viewing, or to find out more information, please call the office on (01903) 237118, or email

For more information on the work of Nicholas de Lacy-Brown,
see or email

Tuscany Wharf: 15 km to San Gimignano – Oil on canvas, 2010
© Nicholas de Lacy-Brown.

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