Find some inspiration and ideas for winter and spring walks and #lockdownexercise - in and around the West Sussex towns of Arundel, Bognor Regis and Littlehampton - in Sussex by the Sea.
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- IF the following locations are local to you, decide if they can be on your favourites list.
- IF they are NOT local to you, add them to your #westsussexwishlist, for when restrictions are lifted.
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Last updated March 2021
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BREATHE THE FRESH SEA AIR - all year round.
Take a leisurely 'Promenade', run or cycle along Bognor Regis and Littlehampton seafronts (and the Harbour and River Arun Riverside Walkway in Littlehampton) or the village beaches of Felpham, Aldwick, Pagham, Rustington and East Preston, where it's not usually quite so busy - great for social distancing!
ARUN PARKS AND GREENSPACES
Outdoor recreation sites throughout the district.
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ARUNDEL TOWN & COUNTRYSIDE
The Visit Arundel website has a great Countryside and Walks
section to help you explore the ancient landscape or the beautiful history of Arundel town on your walks, there's plenty to choose from!
DISCOVER THE BOGNOR REGIS HERITAGE TRAILS
Plan your regular local exercise with a series of Town and Seafront Trails
to download, print or save to your smartphone.
When you're at home, with a cuppa perhaps, discover a NEW FEATURE, a guide to some great books that have been inspired by this famous seaside town.
GET TO KNOW MORE ABOUT LITTLEHAMPTON
Littlehampton has a great Town Trail
to follow on your daily exercise. Download, print or save to your smartphone to help you learn about the town, while out and about.
Slindon Estate is 1,400 hectares of woodland, downland, farmland, and parkland. With countless historic landscape features and its unspoilt Sussex village, there is something for every visitor.
SOUTH DOWNS NATIONAL PARK
The South Downs is a beautiful place to explore at any time of the year, but there’s something really special about enjoying a walk in the countryside in the autumn and winter months, with misty mornings and the crunch of frosted fallen leaves under your feet. There’s plenty of space to walk, run and cycle safely in the great outdoors of the South Downs National Park while social distancing. Did you know the National Park has over 3,300km of rights of way?
The following attractions may be sadly closed during the current national lockdown (March 2021) but are great locations to enjoy outside in the fresh air, as and when restrictions are eased.
Some locations are beginning to open for outdoor exercise, so please check their individual websites, social media or contact them by phone or email for current information and their individual 'roadmap' plans .
ARUNDEL WETLANDS CENTRE (WWT)
Arundel Wetland Centre, located by the River Arun on the outskirts of Arundel
Booking essential. Currently temporarily closed but planning to re-open in April 2021.
Booking required for the garden.To book please email email@example.com
or call 01243 278 950
WEST DEAN GARDENS
Beautiful restored and creative gardens in the grounds of West Dean College of Arts and Conservation, near Chichester. Booking essential.
WEALD & DOWNLAND MUSEUM
The museum is currently closed (March 2021) but plans are underway for re-opening, late March / early April 2021.
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