Day trip to Littlehampton – 29 October 2013

As autumn moved on, we decided to head down to the coast during half-term to visit Littlehampton.

After we arrived, we made our way into the town in order to find something to eat and ended up with a visit to Wimpy.

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Our venue for lunch

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Welcome to Littlehampton

After lunch, we walked back down towards the beach.

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Looking back towards the car park

Heading towards the sea

Heading towards the sea

A ship's anchor

A ship’s anchor

Littlehampton noticeboard

Littlehampton noticeboard

Sarah and Emily

Sarah and Emily

Emily on Littlehampton beach

Emily on Littlehampton beach

Rebekah

Rebekah

Holly jumping the waves

Holly jumping the waves

Rebekah

Rebekah

Emily

Emily

Holly and Rebekah

Holly and Rebekah

Looking up from the beach

Looking up from the beach

Holly with her picture of herself

Holly with her picture of herself

We spent some time on the beach before eventually seeking some respite from the cold wind.

We walked along the sea front and managed to find hot drinks in a small café.

Unusual scupture

Unusual sculpture

Rebekah and Holly escaping the wind

Rebekah and Holly escaping the wind

Enjoying a hot chocolate

Enjoying a hot chocolate

Holly

Holly with her marshmallows

Beach huts

Beach huts in the evening sunshine

We had an excellent time in Littlehampton and look forward to returning again soon.

This entry was posted by philhbray.

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