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Bogaru one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Bognor Regis and Arundel.

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Bognor Regis
Grid Ref SZ9341098830
Lat / Lon 50.78152° / -0.67637°
Easting / Northing 493,410E / 98,830N
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Grid Ref TQ0194707038
Lat / Lon 50.85387° / -0.55304°
Easting / Northing 501,947E / 107,038N
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Bogaru One's land is

Arable 49.0%
Pasture 4.5%
Urban 46.5%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018



25 Jun 2023 Summer

I walked this route in late June! If I could, I'd give the first part of this walk from Arundel to Ford 3 stars and the second part from Ford to Bognor Regis 5 stars!

The first part mostly follows the river Arun. The path was super overgrown in parts when I walked it, there were lots of stinging nettles and the ground was uneven so you have to be mindful when walking.

The second part was smooth sailing and passes through Yapton where you can stop for refreshments. It was a varied walk, through crop fields and woods and around the houses. A solid route.

Bostal Boy

30 Jun 2022 Summer

I walked this route from Arundel to Bognor on 27-06-2022.

The first part of the route out of Arundel uses the western bank of the River Arun as far as the church at Ford. This section is quiet, pretty and easy to follow, although at this time of the year the grass is quite high which would make it awkward to push through with a pushchair.

From Ford the route heads across sections of the old airfield, across fields and around the side of old warehouses to reach Yapton. Then it is quiet streets and twittens through the village, followed by a long, straight farm path track between Yapton and Flansham. House building is in full swing at the Yapton end, but the footpath remains open for a change.

From Flansham, through Felpham to Bognor the route is mainly residential. A couple of small fields have yet to be built on. The new Bognor by-pass (A259) has to be crossed, but although this is busy, there is a central reservation which helps.

There is a shop at Yapton, the half-way point, and possibly other facilities which I didn't spot.

Overall the route is well plotted and easy to follow with few obstacles. There is a lot construction work going on in this area, so if your map is a couple of years old (like mine) what you see on the ground may be quite different to what is depicted on the map.

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