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very warm welcome to the Angmering Village Life, a totally independent community website. The village of Angmering is located approx. 2 miles north of the English Channel (La Manche) in the county of West Sussex, England. It is situated roughly halfway between the towns of Worthing and Littlehampton which are both about 4 miles to the east and west respectively. The parish is about six miles long (from north to south) and two miles wide and covers some 1900 hectares. Its roots stretch back to the Bronze Age and there is the site of a substantial Roman Villa. About two-thirds of the parish (mostly above the A27 road) fall within the South Downs National Park. In 1976, Angmering was twinned with the Normandy town of Ouistreham-Riva-Bella, the location of WW2 'Sword Beach'..
The Square, Angmering
Hover to enlarge. (l-r) Decoy Ponds, Chants, Angmering Woods, St Margaret's, North Angmering, Weavers Cottage
Angmering is situated almost in the centre-south of the county of West Sussex and is therefore ideal as a base for visiting the many attractions our beautiful county has to offer. Three hotels, three B&Bs, together with two caravan sites, make Angmering a viable touring base for the whole of West Sussex.
The site's Village History Centre contains more than 200 web pages of resources and articles, a massive amount of material which will assist local and family history researchers, and hopefully the children of our village. Visit our Then & Now photo page to see how the village has changed over the last century.
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