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Award Winning Clean Beach

Bognor Regis & Littlehampton beaches was awarded the 2011 International Blue Flag Award. Littlehampton also has the 2011 Quality Coast Award.
With first aid facilities, KidSafe wristbands and friendly foreshores staff, you?ve got everything you could possibly need at Littlehampton and Bognor Regis for a traditional seaside break.

Flex on the beach

Get fit in the sunshine at the brand new Flex on the Beach Fitness Trail in Bognor Regis, a unique landmark to really put Bognor Regis on the map. The 5km trail is made up of exercise stations along a series of circuits and the seafront.

The trail runs from West Park in the west and along the seafront to Gloucester Road, with the option to de-tour to Hotham Park, before returning to the promenade and along to Longbrook Park.

These circuits are designed to give the opportunity for fun exercise over a small area, a more strenuous workout by linking the circuits together, or the option of just walking the trail while taking in the sea air and sea views.

Hotham Park

Located not far from the town centre, Hotham Park is where, Sir Richard Hotham, the creator of Bognor (later Regis), built his house in 1792.
The house (not now open to the public) is surrounded by gardens and specimen trees from around the world and has just undergone an extensive regeneration following a 2.2 million pound Lottery Grant.

The grounds are open to the public all year round and include a brand new Boating Lake, Mediterranean and Tropical Gardens, children?s play area, miniature railway (with wheelchair access), putting green and crazy golf. It?s a delightful place to while away the day at little or no cost!

Free admission with just a small charge for use of the concessionary facilities.

Pack a picnic and relax in lovely, peaceful surroundings away from the real world!

Bognor Regis Museum

Open from April to October, in a brand new home at the former Berkeley Arms public house in West Street, opposite The Royal Norfolk Hotel ? and just a few steps from the seafront. Take a stroll back in time, see our displays of bygone days and discover the history of Bognor Regis.

Featuring a fascinating exhibition of historic wireless and radio equipment. Displays include crystal and valve domestic wireless and television sets from the 1920?s onwards. Revisit the listening years and try your hand at Morse Code!

Gift Shop also available and the ADMISSION IS FREE !

Bird Man

The Bognor Birdman event first started on the South coast of Britain in Selsey in 1971, where a prize was given for anyone who could fly the grand distance of 50 yards. Nobody managed it!
After a few years the event started to attract quite a crowd and in 1978 the term Bognor Birdman was coined when the event moved to its present location in Bognor Regis.
Why Bognor Regis is open to debate ? perhaps it was some forward thinking person at the local council ? perhaps it?s because the sea has a strong incoming tide to help bring people back to the beach, perhaps it is because one of the original competitors came from Bognor, it certainly isn?t because it is an easy place to get to.

Anyway, the event has evolved and gets ever more popular. Every year a collection of brave daring men and women dress up in bizarre outfits and become Bognor Birdmen. They compete against one another by trying to fly through the air the furthest.
Some people would say that they are just a bunch of adventurous nutters who jump off the end of a pier and end up getting cold and wet when they land in the sea.
Either way, it?s a fun event which benefits a number of good causes.

Arun Leisure Centre

?Inspire Felpham? offers fantastic sports opportunities in a comfortable, relaxed environment. A 25 metre, 8 lane swimming pool, a learner pool, a 25 metre waterslide, 36 station gym, a sports hall, astroturf pitch, a soft play area and squash courts. Enjoy an early Workout and Swimming at Inspire Felpham

The Health and Fitness Suite opens at 6.30am Monday ? Friday and 7.30am Saturday and Sunday.

You?ll also be able to swim from 6.30am Monday ? Friday and 7.30am Saturday and Sunday.

Arena Sports Centre

The Arena Sports Centre has an indoor main hall with tiered seating for over 400 which gives spectating for six badminton courts, two basketball, two five-a-side pitches as well as netball and hockey. One of the largest climbing walls in the South East England being over nine metres high together with an impressive bouldering wall.

An air-conditioned fitness suite with over 35 stations including the latest state-of-the-art cardiovascular, free weights & resistance machines. A full sized Astro Turf pitch with high quality flood lighting, which caters for football & hockey either on a full pitch or a third of pitch. An excellent air-conditioned dance studio, with a full aerobics programme. Four spacious meeting and conference rooms which cater for up to 200 people.

Sixteen station computer suite with internet conference facilities. Two floodlit multi-use games areas, including eight tennis courts, six netball courts & two football pitches. The Courts have rebound on all sides . A comfortable air-conditioned café & fully licensed bar area ideal for private functions including wedding receptions, birthday parties, christenings and other fun occasions.
Sauna & Steamroom with therapy room.

Free car parking for over 100 cars. Ten grassed football pitches (all sizes) & two rugby pitches.
25 metre swimming pool available for hire.