Angmering Area Guide
The village enjoys a real community feel, with an historic village square and a designated conservation area. There are plenty of amenities for residents to use and enjoy, including a number of shops, a butchers, a bakers, a hairdresser, and a craft shop, as well as a doctors and dentist surgery and a pharmacy.
For nourishment, there is an Indian takeaway, a fish and chip shop, and two public house restaurants: The Lamb and The Spotted Cow.
The village has excellent schooling, with the St Margaret�s Church of England and St Wilfred�s Roman Catholic primary schools, as well as Angmering Secondary School, which has specialist Sport and Science College status.
For recreational and retail facilities further afield, Angmering benefits from a mainline railway station with services to Brighton, Portsmouth, Gatwick and London Victoria, while the local bus service provides convenient access to nearby towns and villages including Worthing and Littlehampton.
Located in a beautiful part of the country, and with convenient access to a host of amenities, there really is no better place to move to than Angmering, so contact Graham Butt today to begin your move.