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Sompting

ID: 5047
Area: West Sussex
Postcode: BN14
Description: Benefiting from a position between beautiful countryside and the English Channel, Sompting is an interesting village that lies on the slopes of the beautiful South Downs National Park. What makes it interesting is that it is part rural and part urban development as it merges into neighbouring Worthing and Lancing, which means there is a lot to offer in terms of locations for productions. It has a long history, dating back to the Saxons, and has evolved not only to retain its past and character, but to develop as a bustling community with many amenities, sports, and a festival.

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