Enjoy the different Sussex shopping experiences in Arundel, Bognor Regis, Littlehampton and our lovely villages.
Arundel is a unique shopping venue successfully mixing history, glorious architecture and a truly enjoyable shopping experience.
From antiques and collectables, to foot long pasta and vegetarian scotch eggs, you'll be amazed what you can find in this historic town.
Don't forget the Farmers' Market too, held on the 3rd Saturday of each month.
In Bognor Regis
, the Edwardian Shopping Arcade is just a (metaphorical) stone’s throw away from the award winning beach and links to the High Street, pedestrianised London Road shopping centre, Station Road plus Queensway and the Old Town at the West end of the High Street.
You'll be spoilt for shopping choice with the range of independent shops and well known household names.
u're in town, call into one of the local shops and buy an annual Parking Disc for £2.
This will give you two hours FREE disc parking for Lyon Street, Hothampton and Fitzleet Car Parks all year round, another reason to return again and again to Bognor Regis!
These discs change colour each year, so make sure that you have the orange 2018 edition on display in your car.
There’s a mix of purse-friendly high street chains and local, independent shops in the town along with traditional seaside souvenir shops packed with gifts, postcards and sticks of rock!
is also home to a variety of independent shops and familiar names. See the Littlehampton Attractions page
for a Shopping map to view, download or print, or you can pick up your own copy from local shops. Click on the picture to see where to obtain your FREE parking disc
that you can use again and again.
A general market
selling food, crafts and clothing takes place in the town centre every Friday and the promenade is lined with traditional English seaside concessions where you can buy some great seaside souvenirs.
Alternatively, why not take a tip from the locals and visit our local villages
? Chances are you'll find some great gift shops and farm shops, many of which offer local crafts and fresh local produce.