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A lot of people have a misconception about Worthing, thinking it is a place people go to retire and die in.
Worthing Birdman organiser Sharon Clarke said Murray would join a growing list of famous celebrities if he chose to attempt the daredevil feat during the twoday event next August.
The match ended with Worthing United beating East Preston 2-1.
On arrival at Worthing Crematorium, Andrew Lock got changed from the team strip of Worthing Excelsior Cycling Club, which both he and his father belonged to, into a suit ready for the service which was attended by about 800 people.
Mr Lock, a long-time member of the Worthing Excelsior Cycling Club, died at the scene at around 8.
Romonn Nelson hit five quick points as they took a 15-7 lead, but home stars Hank Rivers and Milton Chavis produced some great play as Worthing ended the quarter 22-19 up.
Cov's pack flexed their muscles from the off and drove Worthing back at the first two lineouts for Scott Morgan to claim a try inside three minutes, with Cliffie Hodgson adding a conversion into the wind.
Richard and Michael Folsom leap off Worthing Pier in Worthing, East Sussex, with their replica of HMS Victory as part of the annual Worthing International Birdman competitio
Ms Worthing joins as PR account executive and will be working on a range of clients including The Big Lunch, the British Army, RICS and Alstom.
The funeral will be at Worthing Crematorium, Horsham Road, Findon, West Sussex BN14 0RG at 1.
Worthing also sheds little light on how the military has influenced the overall culture and society of modern China.
40pm on Friday and died later at Worthing Hospital.
London, Jan 5 (ANI): Irish playwright Oscar Wilde earned himself the ire of campaigners from the south coast town of Worthing, when it was discovered that he was a child abuser.
John Morgan, 86, was last seen on Friday riding the slow-moving blue scooter near his home in Worthing, West Sussex.
From Imperial China (1644-1911) through Republican China (1912-1949) to the People's Republic of China (1949-2000), Worthing (history, Texas Christian U.