This development of 28 one and two bed apartments is just half a mile from the sea and next to the coastal West Park. There are lovely shared gardens which many of the residents enjoy. The monthly pub lunches, barbeques and tea and cake afternoons give an opportunity to socialise with other residents, should you wish to do so.
An on-site manager looks after the upkeep of the buildings and gardens, as well as helping you to access further help and support if you need it. The town has a selection of local amenities with public transport connecting to the larger towns in the area.
Aldwick is a suburb of Bognor Regis in West Sussex. In Aldwick itself there are a few shops and several miles of beach. Bognor still has its fishermen, operating small inshore boats from the town's beaches. There is a large town centre, much of which has been made pedestrian-friendly. The town has a market every Saturday and Tuesday.
In Hotham Park there are tennis courts and a putting green, a crazy golf course, boating lake and miniature train, as well as a snack bar providing light refreshments and a children's play area. Bersted Brooks, north east of Bognor Regis, is a nature reserve which is home to a wide variety of wildlife including skylarks and water voles. Opened in 1865, Bognor's pier is popular attraction and remains to this day an important feature of the town.
Art and Culture
The famous International Bognor Birdman is an annual competition for human-powered 'flying' machines held each summer in the town. There is a free music and arts festival, called Bognor Rox held every summer. The Bognor Regis Concert Band performs at various local locations and events, including the yearly "Proms in the Park".
The Alexandra Theatre is a 352 seat auditorium showing a variety of entertainment from comedy to drama to pantomime. The Picture House shows a wide variety of the latest films as well as live broadcasts of opera and classical music events from across the world.
Location and transport links
Aldwick is 24 miles from Brighton, and 6 miles from Chichester. Other nearby towns include Littlehampton and Selsey. Bognor Regis railway station runs services half hourly to London and to other southern coastal towns.
The A29 connects the town northwards to Dorking where it joins the A24 to London. The A259 is the coastal road running along the south coast from Havant in Hampshire to Folkestone.
Distance to GP: 0.5 miles
Distance to shop: 0.5 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.28 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.5 miles