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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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53d – Shoreham-by-Sea Part IV

The town centre of Shoreham lies on the north bank of the River Adur.  On the south bank, and just a little to the west, lie a number of houseboats.  We could see them as we crossed the Norfolk Bridge … Continue reading

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53c – Shoreham-by-Sea Part III

Having found the Shoreham footbridge closed, we had no choice but to walk upstream and cross the River Adur at the Norfolk Bridge.  In the distance, off to the north west, we saw an impressive looking building:  the chapel of … Continue reading

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