Last week, a giant Ferris wheel arrived in Steyne Gardens, Worthing, just in time for this year's Easter holidays. It resembles the old wheel that was stood on Brighton seafront, which also wasn't a permanent structure.

This wheel is one of Britain's tallest, standing at thirty-five metres tall - it can also seat up to 144 members of the public.

After its arrival on March 24th 2018, unfortunately the wheel will be removed on April 15th 2018. However, the ride will be open for twelve hours a day, from 10am until 10pm.

Although the wheel offers some coastal views, local hotels that look onto Steyne Gardens argue that 'Steyne Gardens isn't the right place for a Ferris Wheel'.

Views will include a birds eye view of Worthing's town centre, the promenade and the rampion windfarm, also including Brighton and Beachy Head on the horizon. The ride isn't expensive at just £5 per person (children and OAPs may have different offers) so anyone can enjoy the breath taking views that the Worthing Wheel has to offer.