Getting to Littlehampton couldn’t be easier - it is well connected to the rest of West Sussex by road, rail and boat, and an easy 2 hour drive from London.
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Littlehampton is located just off the A259 between Worthing and Bognor Regis.
There are a number of car parks located in the town centre offering easy parking.
If visitors are coming from the north of the county, then they would be advised to follow the A24 to Findon before picking up the A280 (Long Furlong).
The A280 will lead onto the A259 which will lead them directly to Littlehampton.
From the west, visitors are advised to follow the A27 to Arundel where they can pick up the A 284 (Lyminster Road). The A284 will lead them directly to the town Centre.
From the east, visitors are recommended to follow the A27 before picking up the A280. The A280 will then lead them to the A259.
There is a coach park situated in Banjo Road near the seafront.
Littlehampton is well served with regular trains from London Victoria and Gatwick. For up to date train times and fares visit National Rail Enquiries
Littlehampton train station is located about two minutes stroll from the town centre.
When coming in by train, visitors should turn left out of the main station entrance and walk straight down the road to reach the western end of the High Street.
The Town Council Offices:
The Town Council Offices and Littlehampton Museum are situated at the Manor House, Church Street, Littlehampton.
Alternatively, please go to the AA Journey Planner and input postcode BN17 5EW.