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A27/A284 Crossbush, Arundel, EN, GB, BN17 7QQ

  • Phone: (44) 1903 840840
  • Fax: (44) 1903 849849
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»Warningcamp

The clustered township of Warningcamp is located in the Arun district of West Sussex. The reason behind its unusual name isn’t known yet. Characterized by natural abundance and woodland, the village sits on the eastern bank of River Arun. The region can be dated to medieval origins with a huge part of the village sporting buildings belonging to the middle ages. One can find a youth hostel and a few inns in the village apart from some local eateries.

Warningcamp
Arundel, BN18 9QT

»Arundel

This is a pretty little town west of Brighton with its own castle and cathedral. Both are imposing structures and house extensive collections of furniture and paintings. They are both open to the public. The town is situated on the River Arun and is pleasant to stroll around, browsing in the antique shops and stopping for tea at one of several cafes. There is also a museum and boat trips can be taken along the river.

Arundel
Arundel, BN17 5LF

»Littlehampton

Life is exciting at the Littlehampton town of West Sussex. This seaside resort is brimming with life and is a tourist haven. Lying on the English Channel, the town is housed on the eastern bank of River Arun. Modestly populated, the town boasts of being the world headquarter of a leading skincare brand. From eclectic cafes and eateries to luxurious hotels, Littlehampton is perfect for a beach vacation. If coastline is not your thing, Littlehampton also provides a lot of natural parks and sites that can be visited any time of the day. A culturally rich town, Littlehampton should top your holiday list.

Littlehampton
Littlehampton, BN17 6AW

»Angmering Baptist Church

Angmering Baptist Church, also known as Church of Christ, is a Baptist church in Angmering. This Gothic Revival style building has a "strangely towered" building constructed from flint and red-brick quoins. The single storey structure has beautiful arches, casement windows, arches lancet windows and extensive chancel. Visit the website for more details on services and events of the church.

Station Road
Angmering, BN16 4HY

»Patching

Serenity survives in the Patching village of West Sussex. The village lies in the Arun District and is nestled amidst the greenery of the South Downs’ southern slopes. Known for its thriving culture and engagement activities, the village spans across an area of 846.12 hectares (2,090.8 acres). One can see many beautiful buildings and religious institutions spread across the village. The region is also known for many Neolithic flint mines which are a prized tourist attraction.

Patching
Worthing, BN13 3XF

»St George's Church

St George's Church is active Anglican church serving the village of Eastergate. Though originally built in the 11th Century, the present building reflects the restoration work done in the 13th Century. Regular services are conducted at the church, and it can accommodate 150 worshipers during special festivals. Owing to the architectural and historic significance, this church is marked as Grade II listed building by the English Heritage.

Church Lane
Eastergate, PO20 3UR

»St Mary's Church

St Mary's Church is a lovely church sitting in the neighborhood of Goring-by-Sea in Borough, Worthington. This beautiful shrine is Gothic Revival in style and is listed as Grade II in the Statutory List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest by English Heritage. The church contains a long-spired tower, an arched chancel, and a vestry. Built with render, stone quoins and slate, it also houses several relics. Containing a mural by Hans Feibusch, there are brass effigies of a husband and wide and a white marble sculpture.

12 Compton Avenue
Worthing, BN12 4UJ

»Goring-by-Sea

The neighbourhood of Goring-by-Sea is located by the Borough of Worthing in West Sussex. Many experts have tried to pinpoint the meaning of ‘Goring’ and terms like ‘Gara’s people’, ‘people of the wedge-shaped strip of land’ have come up; however nothing has been affirmed. The region has many housing properties. One can also see a Catholic Church in the district which can be dated back to the 12th Century. The beaches of the region are a beautiful mix of sand and pebble and provide for a perfect base for water sports like kite surfing and boating.

Goring-by-Sea
Worthing, BN12 4PD

»St Symphorian's Church

St Symphorian's Church is a 13th Century chapel which was destroyed and fell into ruins during English Civil War. The church was later restored in 1890 and a permanent church was built during World War I. The building is designated as Grade II listed for its architectural and historic significance. Visit the website for more information on services and events of the church.

Vicarage Fields
Worthing, BN13 2PU

»Our Lady of England Priory

Our Lady of England Priory has a great historical and religious significance. This beautiful, ancient structure is home to the Roman Catholic priests. These priests are known as Norbertines and are of the order created by Norbert of Xanten. The foundation of the priory was laid in 1902 and the priory has been an inspiration to many poets.

School Lane
Storrington, RH20 4LN

»Greatham Church

This church is one of the finest examples in West Sussex of unrestored structures, the Greatham Church is a 12th Century structure that has been well preserved and maintained. This Anglican parish was built in a unique design of Saxo-Norman style as it was the time when the Anglo-Saxon style was wearing off and the Norman style had just started being used. The parish has been labeled as a Grade I listed building on 15th March 1955.

South Downs National Park
Greatham, RH20 2ES

»St Andrew's Church

The wonderful church of St Andrews is located in the town of Worthing in West Sussex, England. An Anglican church, this shrine was built in 1885 by Sir Arthur Blomfield. The architectural style is Early English Gothic and is listed as Grade II in the Statutory List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest by English Heritage. This church was entangled in controversy due to the tensions between different religious groups which led to the seizing of the Virgin Mary statue from the church delaying its consecration. The church contains beautiful and ornate fittings and lovely stained glass windows.

Church Road
Worthing, BN13 1HQ
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