Looking for somewhere that seamlessly blends nature and culture? Then Angmering village is the perfect choice for you.

Nestled in West Sussex, this captivating town has something for everyone, with beach life, top education and a thriving sports scene on offer.

Get a taste for tranquil living and find out more about the picturesque town of Angmering with our top 8 reasons to live in Angmering.


  1. Nature and outdoors in Angmering

Imagine waking up to breathtaking views of the South Downs National Park right at your doorstep. Top things to do in Angmering include leisurely walks around this national park or exploring the country lanes within Angmering’s Conservation Area. The Highdown Gardens is one of the best places to visit in Angmering, with a variety of beautiful plants showcased.

For those who enjoy riverside strolls, nearby town, Littlehampton, lies at the mouth of the charming River Arun, where residents can treat themselves to a traditional Fish and Chips and check out the souvenir shops.


  1. Beach life

If beach life is calling, then Angmering village is perfect. With the award-winning East Beach around the corner, residents can enjoy strolls along the promenade, admire the view from Britain’s longest bench or take a refreshing dip in the sea. With seafront greens, picnic areas and events, East Beach is the perfect seaside destination for families looking for beautiful days out in Angmering.

Located just 4 miles away, Littlehampton’s marina is also the ideal leisure hotspot with a sailing club, beach kiosk and delicious beachside café.


  1. Rich history of Angmering

Angmering has a rich history, showcased throughout the town to this day. The historical significance of Angmering can be found throughout the town’s landscape with evidence of settlements from the Bronze and Iron Ages, while medieval and Tudor houses stand as tokens of the past. The village square itself has brick and flint buildings dating back to as early as the 14th century, preserving Angmering’s rural and historical charm.


  1. Education: Schools in Angmering

There are many top schools in Angmering, making it the perfect place for a family to call home. For those seeking a higher education, nearby universities, including the University of Chichester, provide great opportunities for young people. However, learning doesn’t stop when you’re young - Aspire Adult Education offers an array of courses, from painting to psychology, to enrich minds at any age.


  1. Easy travel and Commuting

Situated just 4 miles away from Worthing and Littlehampton, Angmering offers convenient transport options throughout the town and to nearby villages.

It also has a central train station with direct links to major hubs, including Portsmouth, Brighton and Gatwick Airport. Allowing residents an easy commute to London Victoria within only an hour and a half, travelling in and out of Angmering is a breeze.


  1. Angmering’s culture and leisure

There are many options for a nice day out in Angmering, with a charming a high street that boasts various shops and restaurants, as well as a wonderful library plus families are catered for with over seven play parks scattered around the village. Additionally, the Community Centre hosts an array of social clubs in Angmering from dance lessons to martial arts.


With Littlehampton only an eight-minute drive away, residents also have easy access to a variety of local amenities and facilities, such as Harbour Park, The Windmill Cinema or Littlehampton Museum. Littlehampton is also the setting for the latest film ‘Wicked Little Letters’ starring Olivia Coleman, so you’ll feel like you’re living in a movie in this charming town.

Littlehampton also provides fun activities for kids including crabbing on the River Arun, building sandcastles on the beach and enjoying picnics on the seafront.


  1. Sport in Angmering

For sports enthusiasts, living in Angmering is a dream come true. With a BMX track, skate park and various sports clubs, the town boasts a thriving sports scene. There are many health centres around Angmering, including Lanes Health Club, catering to fitness enthusiasts of all ages and lifestyles. Littlehampton Wave, a state-of-the-art leisure centre, boasts a gym, exercise studios and swimming pools, all overlooking the beautiful sea. And The Angmering On Sea Tennis Club is a family friendly club which welcomes players of all ages and ability.


  1. New build homes in Angmering

Have you fallen in love with Angmering and want to experience the serene, coastal village life yourself?

With new build houses for sale, Langmead Place is located only a 20-minute walk away from the town centre and offers an exclusive range of 2-, 3-, and 4-bedroom homes for sale in Angmering, ideal for everyone regardless of lifestyle or life stage.


The village of Angmering has a lot to offer, we’ve listed our top eight reasons why it might Angmering life might be for you, however there is lots more to discover so why not take a visit.

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