all you need to know about our area
Shoreham-by-Sea is a historic fishing town located on the South Coast of England. The town boasts an eclectic mix of properties, and its popularity with buyers looking to move to the South Coast is growing rapidly.
There are a wide range of independent shops, cafes, bars and restaurants in the town centre, as well as larger chain stores such as Tesco, Marks and Spencer, Next and an abundance of well known DIY stores to choose from.
Shoreham also boasts an award winning Farmers Market that showcases an impressive variety of local produce, taking place every second Saturday of the month.
Annual festivals and events such as Wild Life, River Fest, Shoreham Bonfire and the South Coast Jazz Festival are popular with local residents and draw in many visitors from the surrounding areas.
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Shoreham town sits within easy reach of the City of Brighton & Hove, asnd has direct rail links to London. Its transport links across the south east and beyond make it a prime location for commuters wanting to find the a more suitable work/life balance.
As well as Shoreham train station, there are a number of regular bus services and local taxi companies operating in the area, so getting out and about is easy.
There are plenty of great schools to choose from in and around Shoreham. Whether you want to know about Primary or Secondary education options you can find out about school catchment areas here
Lancing is a popular village close to Shoreham. It is well known for its’ independent school and major landmark- Lancing College, as well as a nature reserve in Lancing Ring, forming part of the South Downs National Park.
Lancing offers a long stretch of shingle beach housing an array of coastal properties, whilst in land there is a whole host of property styles to suit most buyers looking to move to the area.
The Perch Cafe, Lancing beach green and the children’s play park situated on the beachfront is a great place for taking in the sea views, enjoying great food and a great place for families to relax and play.
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Getting out and about in Lancing is easy, with local bus companies operating a regular service and a train station that sits on the sought after commuter belt for Worthing, Brighton & Hove and London. There are also plenty of taxi firms and community transport for the local area.
There are plenty of great schools to choose from in and around Lancing. Whether you want to know about Primary or Secondary education options you can find out about school catchment areas here
Steyning is a small rural town nestled at the foot of the South Downs, with the two smaller villages of Bramber and Upper Beeding completing Steyning.
The town has a harmonious mixture of properties, growing in popularity with families for the excellent schooling available.
Steyning High Street is alive with a plethora of local businesses, ranging from independent cafes and restaurants to stylish shops. Additional shopping can be found in ‘Cobblestone Walk’ arcade 25 independent shops located around a 16th-century tea house.
Every first Saturday of the month the town welcomes a ‘Steyning Farmers Market’, displaying a wide variety of local and fresh produce.
Steyning Festival is a biennial event taking place over the last weekend of May through the first week of June, featuring theatre, music, literature, talks, walks, community events and more.
There is a wide range of other events for local residents to participate in, as well as attracting visitors from further afield. Details of these events can be found via the ‘Your Steyning’ website.
Steyning is connected to Brighton and Hove and other towns in Sussex via a bus service running through Shoreham and across to Brighton. A community bus is available to residents providing shopping trips to Steyning, Storrington Pulborough, and Portslade, as well as regular town center trips to Portslade and Worthing.
Excellent secondary and further education schooling is available at Steyning Grammar School, as well as a number of primary schools serving Steyning, Bramber and Upper Beeding.
Whether you want to know about Primary or Secondary education options you can find out about school catchment areas here
about Brighton & Hove
Brighton and Hove is a vibrant City and one of the most popular seaside resorts on the South Coast. Whilst Hove offers a more genteel way of life for homebuyers, Brighton is most definitely a culturally diverse neighbour to Hove and there is something for everyone here.
The City has an eclectic mix of properties, and it’s growing popularity makes it an attractive option for commuters looking to be within easy distance of London and the surrounding areas.
Brighton and Hove is a popular destination for buyers of any age who are simply looking to experience City life whilst still having the wonderful Sussex countryside to enjoy, with the stunning South Downs just a stone’s throw from the City.
Churchill Square is the principal shopping centre of Brighton and Hove with over 80 shops, cafes and restaurants to enjoy. Additional shopping can be found in the renowned Brighton Lanes, home to a plethora of independent retailers and eateries.
Every first Sunday of the month the City welcomes a ‘Farmers Market’, displaying a wide variety of local and fresh produce. There is also a French Market which takes place on Hove Lawns. Brighton & Hove hosts a range of delicious foodie festivals & events as well as a permanent market on London Road.
There is a wide range of other events for local residents to participate in, as well as attracting visitors from further afield. Details of these events can be found via Visit Brighton.
It’s easy to make your way to and from Brighton and Hove, there are many options available for local travel. The City has excellent rail, bus and coach connections to and from all over the country, and more information on transport links can be found on the Brighton & Hove City Council website.
Brighton is home to Brighton College, a boarding and day school with an exceptional reputation, they also have a pre-prep school for children aged 8-13.
There are excellent primary, secondary and further education schools available in Brighton, Hove and the surrounding areas. If you want to know more, you can find out about school catchment areas here