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Described by Vogue magazine as one of the UK’s coolest seaside resorts, Littlehampton has seen a massive change in its fortunes in recent years with an ambitious programme or regeneration underway. Since opening, the East Beach Cafe has gained an enviable reputation for its high quality food and hosting a variety of fine dining events.
Littlehampton is one of only a  few South Coast seaside resorts that boasts wonderful sandy beaches.
The East Beach offers those wanting to enjoy a day out a traditional seaside amusement park – Harbour Park or those wishing to simply sit and enjoy the beach and listen to the relaxing sound of the sea washing over the sand, which is the area below and beyond the East Beach Cafe. For those looking for a quieter experience, Littlehampton’s West Beach is a wonderful expanse of beach.
West beach also offers visitors an opportunity to dine in out with the West Beach Cafe, a sister cafe of the famous Each Beach Cafe. Stroll along the lovely winding road past Littlehampton Golf Club, Arun Yacht Club, Littlehampton Yacht club where you’ll find Littlehampton marina. A wonderful passenger ferry service now operates between Littlehampton’s East and West side. Prices are reasonable, and it’s important this much-loved and much-needed service continues.
Littlehampton town centre includes a good mix of independent retailers selling a range of goods from furniture to books and gift items.
Littlehampton town boasts a number of cafes, restaurants and bars – all catering to a variety of tastes and budgets.
Littlehampton has a fantastic harbour with a terrific enthusiastic Harbour Master, Billy Johnson and his friendly, helpful colleagues at Littlehampton Harbour Board.
Littlehampton harbour offers some great dingy sailing – Arun Yacht Club have a very active dingy section and are always on the lookout for new members. Pier Road – Offers a variety of dining experiences from take away fish and chips to Thai, Indian and restaurants specialising in fish dishes. When in Pier Road, pop into the Mooring’s Traditional Tea rooms to enjoy splendid delicious home cooking while soaking up the busy harbour atmosphere.
Fresh fish – Riverside Fish based in Pier Road (on top of the new riverside public realm opposite The Nelson hotel) has a wide range of fresh, locally caught fish. Littlehampton has a fantastic library located just a few yards along from Arun District Council’s Civic Centre. Located in Littlehampton Town Council’s beautiful buildings, Littlehampton Museum hosts a range of locally themed exhibitions as well providing a static display of Littlehampton heritage.
If you have any questions about membership or our moorings, or would like to make an appointment to come and visit us, we'd be delighted to help. Join as a social member and get free parking for the year to use the new ferry service into town.
Musto have redesigned the shorter length Championship Buoyancy Aid with enhanced ergonomic for for the racing sailor. Bosham Sailing Club hosted a memorable gathering of classic day boats and dinghies in the UK last weekend.

The regatta was open to classic day boats and dinghies and attracted classes such as the Aldeburgh Lapwing, Arun One Design, Devon Yawl, Firefly, Fairy Falcon, Fireball, Hornet, Chichester Harbour 18, Merlin Rocket, Minisail, National 18, Redwing, Scow, Sharpie, Thames Estuary One Design, Tideway, Torbay Minnow, YW Dayboat and possibly the largest gathering of Jollyboats seen in recent years. On Saturday the westerly wind, gusting up to 28 knots for much of the day, took its toll on many boats with many capsizes and sails shredded.
Before the races even began, some boats had to be pulled off the mud, others decided the wind was too strong for their elderly boats – one is 99 years old. On Sunday the sun came out and the wind, somewhat fickle in direction and strength, enticed all the entrants out again including all those who had managed to fix their gear failures over night or find alternative sails.
The Concours D’Elegance for the most beautiful boat, judged by Peter Willis, deputy editor of Classic Boat magazine, and traditional boat builder Peter Lacey, was awarded to Shoestring, a Hornet sailed by Roger Devereux and his daughter from Shearwater SC in Somerset. The event was kindly sponsored by; Jackson-Stops & Staff, Top Yacht, Wiley Nautical & Pusser’s Rum. Based on the success of this year’s inaugural event, plans are already in place to make it an annual fixture at Bosham Sailing Club.
Funded and constructed mostly by the Environment Agency as part of enhancing and securing the town’s future from flooding. Commissioned by entrepreneur Jane Wood and her daughter Sophie, designed by world-famous architect, Thomas Heatherwick and built by Littlehampton Welding, this wonderful and exciting structure has done much to attract waves of new visitors to Littlehampton seafront. Overlooking Littlehampton’s East Beach, diners can enjoy splendid views of the English channel.
River Arun divides Littlehampton’s two sandy beach areas to a West and East Beach area. Safe bathing is a key feature in attracting visitors, especially families travelling with young children. A favourite with walkers and those looking to sit and enjoy sea views, swim, surf or just relax and read. Walk, cycle or drive into the marina complex and you’ll reach the Boat House Cafe, another great place for a meal or light refreshments.
Whether  you just want to potter along the seafront and promenade or explore further afield, Coastal Cycles based in Pier road offers a bike hire service. Ladies clothing shops are well represented with a number to choose from, however, the town lacks a gents outfitter or clothing shop.
Littlehampton harbour is also home to a very active and vibrant Arun Yacht Club, which includes a great dingy sailing club.
The Kiosk run by Bob, his son Jamie and their lovely, helpful staff member Simon is always worth a visit.
Most helpful, knowledgeable and always on hand to give help and advice when choosing fish and shell fish. The library offers a range of services including lending, photo-copying service and has a good selection of books on the local area dating back some years. The Solent and the Isle of Wight are just 45 minutes by sea, and we're also the closest club to West Beach SSSI & Cafe. If you'd like to join, take a look at our prices, read through our T&Cs; download an application form from our website.

With 48 boats entered, 13 of which were from other clubs some from as far away as Cumbria and Cornwall, the weekend was one of contrasting conditions.
Three races were run from a committee boat start with the fleet split into fast, medium and slow handicap for each race. A guest appearance was made by Swallow, the dinghy which featured in the classic film Swallows and Amazons.
With Arun District Council and West Sussex County Council funding the construction Littlehampton’s new public realm area.
Experience amazing sunsets while enjoying fresh cooked, locally sourced high quality food including a range of fish, meat and vegetarian dishes.
Funding for the project came from a variety of sources including a very generous donation from Gordon Roddick, husband of the late Anita Roddick, founder of Body Shop. The beach is well protected with RNLI lifeguards offering a great, friendly and vigilant service. The beach area is a dedicated area of scientific interest and home to a variety of creatures including birds and rare lizards who live in the sand dunes.
You’ll also find that public pay and display parking can be very oversubscribed during the high season. The Dutch Bike shop also includes Coastal Cycles, which sells a range of traditional and modern bicycles as well as including the largest cycle hire fleet in the Sussex.
As a member, you can enjoy access to our clubhouse with free WIFI, plus free parking for the beach and a convenient ferry service to and from Littlehampton town centre. So the secret is one that both the harbour master and Arun Yacht Club, our hosts for the rally dinner, are now very keen to share.What you'll find in LittlehamptonLittlehampton is home to Hillyards, those famously sea-kindly boats. An ambitious and bold new area, which offers a brilliant seating and walking area overlooking the harbour and seafront. Their habits are protected areas, fenced off for conservation purposes but this does not detract from the enjoyment the beach area offers.
All aspects of life are represented on the bench from marriage proposals to dedications for loved ones who have since passed on but remain our thoughts.
In fact, it enhances it offering a wonderful area of discovery for children and adults alike. It’s not possible to cycle along the coast from town to town, but you can cycle along Littlehampton promenade and seafront area. Conveniently located between Portsmouth and Brighton, you can reach our berths easily by car and rail. Our club offers moorings for up to 100 vessels of all sizes with storage in a secure pen for up to 40 vessels.
Though the Bill itself sort-of just fades into the sea, the Looe Channel is certainly as interestingly narrow as it looks on the chart - though I've heard tell of vessels not quite making a mark but living to tell the tale.

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