TypeAttraction - Park / Garden
- Telephone 1: +44 (0)1903 722466
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Attraction's website: http://www.arun.gov.uk/parks
This Littlehampton garden, located on the seafront, offers a fantastic range of activities to keep the whole family entertained. The East Beach Residents’ Association help plant and maintain the flowers which bring a refreshing splash of colour to the town each spring.
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AddressSea Road, Littlehampton, West Sussex, BN17 5XX
Situated on the eastern end of Littlehampton seafront.
Public Transport Directions
From the mainline rail station at Littlehampton, Norfolk Gardens is approximately 15 minutes leisurely walk along the riverside and seafront.
- Dogs welcome on lead
- Café on site
- Picnic facilities
- Groups welcome
- Parking nearby
- Public toilets on site
In The News
"The Adventure Golf Course which is situated within the grounds of Norfolk Gardens, Littlehampton was originally installed by Arun District Council in 1995 and until now has remained largely unchanged.
The refurbishment has transformed the course from its original nautical theme into an adventure packed pirate themed course.
Each hole has received a substantial makeover with various new features installed throughout including pirate statues, a smugglers cave, a crow’s nest, hand carved gravestone obstacles and a giant barrel vortex. The boat situated on hole seven has been repainted and renamed, converting it from ‘HMS Force Three’ into ‘The Black Jack’ a traditional Pirate Galleon’ with a Jolly Roger flag flying high above Norfolk Gardens.
The 2017 refurbishment outlines ISS’ firm commitment to invest heavily in Arun’s Outdoor recreation facilities. The company has already overhauled the Norfolk Gardens’ café and the coming weeks will see major works being undertaken to the Par 3 golf course and tennis courts as well as further works to the café.