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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Arundel and Worthing.

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Grid Ref TQ0194707038
Lat / Lon 50.85387° / -0.55304°
Easting / Northing 501,947E / 107,038N
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Grid Ref TQ1498002381
Lat / Lon 50.80958° / -0.36941°
Easting / Northing 514,980E / 102,382N
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Aruwor One's land is

Arable 40.4%
Intertidal flats 17.1%
Pasture 13.5%
Urban 29.0%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018



23 Aug 2021 Summer

Walked this way from Worthing to Arundel. The first 4 miles are basically along the seafront. Most of this part was wheel friendly and fully accessible however on occasion it strayed on to the pebbly beach, but, you could easily go a little in land on to grass/park land or the pavement by the road without going far at all from the mapped route.

The next part of the route up past Ferring is not weelie friendly as there are styles and it crosses the railway line. As we approached Angmering we encountered two problems and the main reason why I will not recommend this route as safe. Firstly it suggests crossing the dual carriageway (by Roundstone Farm) and then walking on the right hand side on the verge. Whilst the verge is wise, there is a cycle/foot path on the other side of the road and a safer crossing point which I would recommend the route is changed to. The route then shows, when you get to Ecclesoen Manor, to cross the road again. There is no way of crossing the road where it is suggested, it is blocked off by a fence and not safe. There is however a foot bridge a little further up which if you then go over you can come back down and join the restricted byway and routed path. We encountered a further problem in Angmering. The route suggests going down a footpath down the side of the school. This is overgrown and a fence down, not passable and clearly not used, perhaps as there is a road that is a dead end close by and next to the playground which we took that is very safe and much easier.

From Angmering to Arundel we encountered another footpaths that was completely over grown and not passable, this was at Lyminster. We stayed on the road instead and cut the corner off. There was a footpath on the side of the road so safe.

As we approached Arundel, there were cows in the field.

Attached are photos of the paths we couldn't get through and screen shots of where they were.

  • Bostal Boy

    Bostal Boy

    23 Jun 2022

    The bridlepath lane between Lyminster and Poling is currently (20-06-2022) blocked for safety reasons while the Lyminster By-pass on the A284 is under construction. Lengthy detour required via Mill Lane and Toddington Lane.

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