lot different to that of the past, there are still reminders of that past and it is interesting to explore down its banks
My River Arun:
A site about the river Arun and the canals that connected it, at one time, with London and Portsmouth. Information about the walks that can be taken along its banks with plenty of photographs and local history of the river and surrounding areas.
Website all about the river Arun north of Newbridge, the surrounding countryside and the Wey and Arun Junction Canal that helped link London to the South Coast .
The River is is one of the main reasons for Littlehamptons existence and continues to play a large part in the life of the town today. Although the use the river is put to nowadays is a
The Littlehampton Fort Project.
Those of you who have visited the Littlehampton’s West Beach will know that there is the remains of an old fort, built in 1854 when there was increased concern about a possible French invasion. Moves are now afoot to restore this site. A website has been set up with lots of useful information and contact information for anyone wishing to volunteer. If you wish to, learn more about this thoroughly worthwhile project visit the Littlehampton Fort Restoration Project Website.