The Town Council organises a varied range of community events throughout the year. We aim to provide residents and visitors with an opportunity to have fun and relax at a wide range of activities for all ages, and most of the events are free of charge, so stay tuned to this page to find out what's coming up in our town.
In addition to events organised by the Town Council, there are many other events organised by Littlehampton Museum and other organisations including events at Southfields Jubilee Centre. For Museum events visit their website.
You can now download the Littlehampton Events & Exhibitions Guide 2015 [pdf] 6MB
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Littlehampton Events 2015
Littlehampton Bonfire Society Celebrations
Various locations around town
One of the largest and most spectacular Bonfire celebrations on the South Coast. Watch the procession of torch carriers and illuminated floats then make your way to the seafront for the huge bonfire and fantastic firework display. For more details visit the organiser's website.
High Street and War Memorial. Marching of local uniformed groups and veterans with a service at the War Memorial.
Christmas Lights Switch on & Late Night Shopping
Join us as we kickstart the festive season with our annual light switch on. The High Street will be buzzing with activities for kids, choirs and outdoor stalls.
Wickmas - Wick Hall
Annual Christmas fun for families including competitions and lots of entertainment
Small Business Saturday - High Street
Nationwide event to celebrate shopping local! (Details to be confirmed)
Christmas Capers - Littlehampton Museum
Drop in for some christmas crafts visit their website for details.
Carnival Christmas Fun Day - High Street
Annual family fun with a Santa's Grotto, stalls and lots of entertainment details to be confirmed visit their website for updates.
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