Shoreham is a small town, port and seaside resort in West Sussex. The town is situated along the coast of the English Channel between the city of Brighton and Hove and the town of Worthing. It is home to one of the largest farmers markets in Sussex and with the River Adur running through and the South Downs and the sea nearby the area offers a charming and admirable feel.

Did you know Shoreham Airport hosted the first ever commercial flight to Hove Lawns on 4 July 1911. The cargo was light bulbs.

 

Schools in the area

Buckingham Park Primary School - teaching children aged 4-11

http://www.buckinghamparkschool.co.uk/index.asp

St. Peter's Catholic Primary School - teaching children 4-11

http://www.stpeterscatholicprimary.com/

Herons Dale primary School - caters for children with moderate learning difficulties between the ages of 5-16

http://www.heronsdale.w-sussex.sch.uk/Home.htm

Shoreham College - teaching children from the age of 3 to 16

http://www.shorehamcollege.co.uk

Holmbush Primary School - teaching children from the age of 4 through to 11

https://holmbush-westsussex.frogprimary.com/index.phtml?d=206535

Shoreham Academy - School open to students aged 11-19

http://www.shoreham-academy.org/

Northbrook College - Ages 16-18

http://www.northbrook.ac.uk/

 

Transport - http://www.glaucus.org.uk/nitemare.htm#Railway

Shoreham has its own railway station which is less than a mile from the town centre and it offers bus services that are provided by Brighton and Hove buses, Stagecoach and the local town route is operated by Compass Travel.

Bus Timetables

http://www.compass-travel.co.uk/timetables/service_19.html

http://www.compass-travel.co.uk/timetables/service_108_109.html