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Climping - Local Events and Attractions

 

CLYMPING

Bailiffscourt Hotel and Spa - A beautiful hotel and spa just along the lane from the cottage. It is usually possible to book treatments at the Spa as a non resident and they often have very good lunch offers available. For example, at the time of writing the site offers a voucher for 25% off your food bill at lunch. There is also a rather enticing offer for a Sunset evening at the spa which includes a glass of champage in the hot tub, use of the spa area, a choice of one of four treatments and a two course dinner in the tapestry restaurant for £89.....hmmm...may have to call some friends!

http://www.hshotels.co.uk/bailiffscourt-hotel-and-spa

The Oystercatcher Pub - Only a short walk away you will find the Oyster Catcher serving a range of beers and wines, alongside a reasonably priced menu

http://www.vintageinn.co.uk/theoystercatcherclimping/

Clymping Beach Cafe- At the bottom of the lane you will find that two of the pasture fields have been turned over to parking for the beach. In the field on the right hand side is the cafe serving snacks, soft drinks and hot meals.

West Beach Cafe - is at the mouth of the River Arun and you can walk along the beach from the cottage and reward yourself at the end of the walk with some wonderful fish and chips, or homemade fish cakes and a glass of wine with a wonderful South Coast view. The walk takes between 20-30 minutes.

Hobbs Garden Society- Still some allotment plots available.

Clymping Neighbourhood Plan - for the Clympons important information on the formation of your local plan:

http://clympingnp.org.uk/

 

ARUNDEL

approximately 3 miles from Clymping

Once a Roman port on the River Arun, a delightful historic town, and a thriving local community.

Arundel Castle built at the end of the 11th Century by Roger de Montgomery, Earl of Arundel, overlooking the River Arun, is a magnificent sight as you arrive into Arundel. The seat of the Dukes of Norfolk and their ancestors for over 850 years. Arundel Castle

Arundel Food Festival Held in October, a showcase for local produce with special events throughout the festival. Details can be found on Arundel Food Festival

Arundel Farmers Market takes place on the 3rd Saturday of every month in and around the town square of Arundel. There are usually around 30 stalls selling a variety of local produce including Selsey fish, locally reared meats, artisan cheeses, pies, bread, cakes, vegetables, plants and local brews from both hop and vine. You will also discover some local craft products such as homemade soaps and handcrafted chopping boards.

Arundel Festival is held during the last two weeks of August the Arundel Festival and next year will celebrate its 35th year with a programme packed with art, theatre and opera. For more details click on the link to their website Arundel Festival

Arundel Wetland Centre is 26 hectares of naturalised landscapes and wetland habitats. Aside from our native wetland wildlife, you can also see exotic wildfowl from around the World. The ponds are springwater fed which is a particular attraction in addition to the four hectares of Phragmites reed bed (a site of special scientific interest). There are many activities to enjoy at the centre as well as the freedom to walk within the environment whilst enjoying watching the wildfowl going about their business.

To find out more details about the centre and their events please go to their website:

Arundel Wetland Centre

Arundel Riding Centre http://www.arundelridingcentre.co.uk/index.html

YAPTON

approximately 1.5 miles from Clymping

LITTLEHAMPTON

approximately 3 miles from Clymping

Littlehampton Golf Club- The oldest and only links course in West Sussex. Visitors welcome £38 for 18 holes.

www.littlehamptongolf.co.uk

BARNHAM

approximately 3 miles from Clymping

RUSTINGTON

approximately 4 miles from Clymping

Rustington Golf Course- just off the A259, this golf course has extremely reasonable visitor fees on its "nine holes with two tees" course. From the road it looks very open, however I played this course recently and was very pleasantly surprised. It is actually quite pretty and, given the level of planting and water features, looks like it could develop into a very interesting course in years to come. We met very friendly and happy members on the course and we were made to feel very welcome. Highly recommended for a holiday round at a sensible price.

http://www.rgcgolf.com/index.htm

BOGNOR REGIS

approximately 5 miles from Climping

CHICHESTER

approximately 12 miles from Clymping

Chichester Golf Club- situated 2 miles South of the A27 at Chichester. Two parkland courses £15-30 for 18 holes. Also 9 hole pitch and putt from £5.50.

www.chichestergolf.com

Chichester Festival Theatre is set in a local park and has an international reputation for producing a wide range of theatrical productions. There is a restaurant within the theatre where it is possible to dine either before or after your play or show. We have spent pleasant evenings in the summer enjoying a spot of supper, whilst watching the cricketers in the park, before going into the theatre to see an excellent play performed by superb and often extremely well know actors.

To find out more and book tickets, check their website for details Chichester Theatre

West Dean Gardens

http://www.westdean.org.uk

AMBERLEY

approximately 7 miles from Clymping

Amberley Museum has a series of interesting events throughout the year.

Amberley Museum

GOODWOOD

approximately 14 miles from Clymping

Just outside of Chichester, you will find Goodwood with its famous racecourse which hosts many meetings throughout the season including, Glorious Goodwood. If you are not familiar with them already, there are many other excellent attractions and events held at Goodwood each year aside from the racing. For example :

The Goodwood Revival, the world’s most popular historic motor race meeting, held every year in September really is a magical step back in time, a unique chance to revel in the glamour and allure of motor racing in the romantic time capsule of the golden era of motor racing at one of the world’s most authentic circuits. The Goodwood Revival is the biggest and best historic motor racing party of the year with many enthusiasts arriving with their classic cars staying in the Climping area. It's brilliant to see them all....great rush hour from Bailiffscourt Hotel

click here for more details - Goodwood Revival

Held on the first Sunday of the month, Goodwood Breakfast Club is free to attend and always a delight Goodwood Breakfast Club

Goodwood Festival of Speed - a unique Summer weekend celebrating cars, stars, motor sport and all things automotive. As a closet petrol head, I totally agree with Goodwood....Nirvana! 3rd Goodwood Festival of Speed

For further details of events throughout the year please go to the Goodwood website

SINGLETON

approximately 13 miles from Clymping

In the Lavant Valley in the South Downs you will find the Weald and Downland Museum. A celebration of the lives of our ancestors and their traditional trades and crafts all set in the glorious Sussex Downland landscape. Explore the history of our country way of life, including houses and cottages spanning ten centuries, rural life collections, shire horses, Sussex oxen, southdown sheep, Tamworth pigs, geese and hens.

Weald and Downland Museum

PETWORTH

approximately 14 miles from Clymping

FONTWELL

approximately 6 miles from Clymping

For further details:

http://www.fontwellpark.co.uk/

WORTHING

approximately 10 miles from Clymping

Hill Barn Golf Club- over 75 years old, the 18 hole golf course nestles in the rolling hills of the South Downs and provides sweeping views out over the English Channel. 18 holes from £15-26

www.hillbarngolf.com

Theatre events: http://www.worthingtheatres.co.uk/whatson

Party Celebrations

If you would like to organise a party whilst you are staying in Clymping we can help or point you in the right direction. There are options to suit all budgets.

Clymping Village Hall - a traditional village hall with a stage, dance floor, bar and lounge. This is all surrounded by our local playing fields. To book e-mail clympingvh@gmail.com

Bailiffscourt Hotel - beautiful parkland surrounding, stunningly interesting architecture, helicopter rush hour and an after lunch walk on one of the most stunning beaches along the South coast..

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