Removals Lancing – Guide
Are you moving to Lancing? Gold Bear provide the best removals Lancing has to offer. We have performed countless office and domestic moves in the area and wish to continue doing so. Gold Bear Removals Brighton offer free quotes so you can get your budget in order so call any time for a chat.
We are a well established company, specialising in all areas of removals. Our head offices are in Brighton but we work along the whole coast and have teams in all towns. Get in touch with our removals Lancing team today. We’ll have a chat with your and scope out your needs, and from there we can give you an accure quote for your removals Lancing.
We get lots of removals Lancing requests, the area is very popular for many new families moving in. If you look at the village, its not hard to see why. Let us tell you a bit about what we know, in the hope that it may be helpful for anyone considering moving to Lancing.
The village of Lancing is a place which is often considered to be both coastal and rural. It is situated in between Worthing and Shoreham-by-Sea. It seems strange even calling it a “village”, as with a population of nearly 20,000, it is reported to be the biggest village in the whole of the UK.
Lancing’s population has been on the rise since after World War Two. There it made its name as a popular tourist resort that was popular with the wealthy and upper classes. Despite the tourist industry falling into decline later in the century, you can still find lovely guest houses. These are popular with holidaymakers who favour the quieter, more peaceful coastal getaway. They enjoy mingling with the sizeable and vibrant population of young families and retired people that populate the city. It has a long history dating back to the Stone Age.
Removals Lancing – things to do
For decades, the village was known for being an epicentre for market gardening, flowers and fruit produce. Both for nearby Brighton and Covent Garden too. However, today the lion’s share of the shopping attractions consist of smaller, older shops in South Lancing on the south side of the railway. As well as the shopping parades, independent and all the well-known high-street retailers one would expect to find reside on North Road, over on the opposite side of the tracks.
A truly stunning and magnificent Chapel, which dominates the landscape of the area and is a real landmark country wide. The Chapel is a national monument, and is famed for being a real gothic masterpiece of design excellence. Open to visitors from 10:00 – 16:00, its a must see, for the stain glass windows alone. The Rose Window – one of the more spectacular pieces within the Chapel, has 30,000 pieces of glass.
And for fans of the great outdoors….
Lancing Ring Nature Reserve:
Lancing Ring is a spectacular Nature Reserve. It was a key part of what was the Sussex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), and what is now the South Downs National Park. It’s a stunning place to spend a day walking.
Like most of the beaches along this strip of coastline, Lancing boasts a pretty shingle beach. When the water is low, you can find lovely long stretches of clean sand. When the weather is good, its a lovely relaxing spot to while away the day.
Lancing Beach Green:
On the Green, which is easily accessible to the beach, you will find various different local events taking place throughout the year. It’s also a great spot for people watching, and a good vantage point to take in the kitesurfers that gather and enjoy the ideal conditions.
This hidden from sight landlocked man-made lagoon is nearly a mile long. It iss a unique area that boasts a wonderful array of local plant and wildlife. Most visitors spot swans, herons and other pretty birds and wildfowl. Its also the only known location on earth of the extinct Ivell’s sea anemone.
St Mary’s Church, Sompting – Saxon Church Tower:
This well maintained Grade 1 listed ancient church retains much of its 11th and 12th-century structure. Its most notable architectural feature is the only type of its kind remaining in England. Its Saxon tower and Rhenish helm, which is a a four-sided gabled cap, in the shape of a pyramid.
Coombes Farm –
This working farm is great for the kids. It features everything from tractor tours and a whole host of different animals to look at and pet, and a working dew pond. You can do everything from fish to take a walking tour of the farm, and hear all about how it works
Moving to Lancing – Accommodation in Lancing:
If you want to come and spend a weekend in Lancing to check out the local area, or perhaps you find yourself moving into the village and are between accommodation, there is a lot to offer. From 4 star hotels right across to the old-fashioned post-war beach houses, there is something for everyone
More helpful information if you are considering moving to Lancing:
Nearest Tourist Information Centre
Chapel Road, Worthing, West Sussex BN11 1HL
Tel: 01903 221066
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Get in touch to talk to one of our expert removals Lancing team to hear more. We’re looking forward to talking to you and helping you with any elements of our insight that may be of use for removals Lancing.