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For families moving to Littlehampton, you can view the latest Ofsted scores and reports for the area HERE
Littlehampton has a population of 55,000 according to the You.Gov census in 2011.
Just off the A259, that is a picturesque route stretching from Hampshire to Kent, Littlehampton sits on the banks of the River Arun. Brighton and Bognor Regis are both close. There are good rail routes to Brighton and Portsmouth, while trains to London take 1 hour and 43 minutes.
Littlehampton’s local news and events can be found in the Littlehampton Gazette.
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Once the last box is unpacked, the last picture has been hung, it’s time to ‘go native’. Here’s a rundown of the very best of Littlehampton;
Just outside of Littlehampton is the fantastic Highdown Vineyard. Set in an idyllic location it’s open for tours and tastings of its award-winning wines.
One of the most stunning cafes you’ll see also happens to serve the greatest food! With excellent views over the seafront, it’s the menu that will have you coming back again and again.
Having made the move, you’ll find great furniture and décor to help transform your new home with the friendly team at Southern Home Furnishings.
This isn’t just fish and chips, this is Fred’s award-winning, melt-in-the-mouth fish and chips and truly the taste of Littlehampton. We’re huge fans!
With a mile long beach, esplanade, traditional shops and rich history, Littlehampton has so much to offer for any newcomer. A strategic location through the ages, the town played a vital role in the Second World War and was even a temporary home for real life spy (and future James Bond novelist) Ian Flemming.
Part of the Brighton-Worthing-Littlehampton conurbation, the town lies close to the south Downs National Park. From fishing village to holiday hotspot, the warm climate and River Arun have shaped the fortunes of Littlehampton bringing day trippers and business into the area.
Littlehampton has a varied calendar of events including Armed Forces Day a Waterfront Festival and spectacular Bonfire Night celebrations. There is also a weekly market for foodies and a fascinating museum history buffs.
The town has a cinema and leisure centre incorporating a gym, swimming pool, plus fitness classes and groups for all ages. Nature parks, watersports, amusements and a nearby motor racing track all provide plenty to do.
Littlehampton sits on the banks of the River Arun, close to the picturesque coastal route the A259 that stretches from Hampshire to Kent, and not far from the A/M27. The town has good rail routes connecting with Brighton and Southampton and direct trains to London Victoria.