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Pagham

ID: 5062
Area: West Sussex
Postcode: PO21
Description: Pagham is a beautiful and unspoiled coastal village bordering the Manhood Peninsula on the south coast of England and has a wealth of history dating back to the Romans. The beautiful and sheltered Pagham Harbour Local Nature Reserve is an internationally important wetland site attracting wildlife including a whole host of birds and butterflies, and the sea and the large lagoon attract watersports lovers from far and wide. With plenty of history, amenities, amusements and a large shingle beach, Pagham is a delightful spot to choose as a filming location.

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Coastal
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Nature Reserve
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Village
13th Century
Nyetimber
Pagham Rife
Broad Rife
Pagham Lagoon
Walks
Bungalows
Old Railway Carriage Beach Dwelling
Church
Pub
Site of Special Scientific Interest
Flora
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Geological Interest
Shingle Spit
Phoenix Breakwater
Concrete Caisson
World War 2 Mulberry Harbour
Football Club
Cricket Club
Cricket Ground
Pram Race
Grade II Listed Tower Mill
19th Century Architecture
Shingle
Yacht Club
Yacht
Windsurf
RSPB Nature Reserve
Wetland
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Holiday Park
7th Century Church
Footpath
Mid-18th Century Harbour Wall
Historic
Parking
Café
Shops
Public Toilet
Diving
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Amusement Arcades
Car Park
Fishing
Views
Karate Club
17th Century Buildings
16th Century Buildings
Bench
Wooden Groynes
Sandy Clay Lower Foreshore
Rare Vegetated Shingle
Ramsar Site
Shore Protection Act / SPA
Erosion
Flooding
Environment Agency / EA
Inner Harbour Bunds
Wildlife
Revetment
Boardwalk
Holiday Home
Beautiful
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Mudflats
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