Monthly Archives: July 2013

54d – Worthing Part I

Just before we arrived at Worthing Pier, we passed what I thought was a small terrace of concrete beach huts, but which turned out to be the Coast Cafe Artists’ Studios.  There are only a few of them – perhaps … Continue reading

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54c – Lancing to Worthing

The drone of aircraft heading into Shoreham Airport faded into the distance; we continued on our way west.  We soon reached a small grassy patch of open space.  It had outdoor exercise equipment; it had ice creams; and above all it … Continue reading

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54b – Shoreham Beach to Lancing

Sitting between Shoreham-by-Sea and South Lancing is the Widewater Lagoon Nature Reserve, a narrow stretch of water tucked behind Lancing Beach.  Lining the north side of the lagoon are houses which presumably sell on the basis of their views over … Continue reading

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54a – Shoreham Beach Part III

Shoreham Beach is made up of shingle, and the first few hundred yards of Stage 54 of our walk were a trudge. After a short while, however, we were walking more easily, having arrived at a thoughtfully placed plastic boardwalk. … Continue reading

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53g – Shoreham Beach Part II

There were lots of fisherman on the western arm of Shoreham Harbour.  Surely, but surely, we would see someone catch a fish here.  The statistics so far were 435 miles walked; 1 fish caught.  This compares to 4 Apache Helicopters, … Continue reading

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53f – Shoreham Beach Part I

At the far eastern end of Shoreham Beach is Shoreham Fort, also known as Shoreham Redoubt, or Kingston Redoubt.  It was built in the 1850’s as a fortification against a possible French attack.  By 1873 it was considered obsolete. I … Continue reading

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53e – Shoreham to Shoreham Beach

Once we passed the closed footbridge across the River Adur, we realised why it was closed: they were building a new one.  Here they are – the new standing next to the old: The new bridge is being called The … Continue reading

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