This area is covered by Gary the Chimney Sweep
Great news! Gary the Chimney Sweep is available to work in Angmering, remember I can help you with any of the following:
- Chimney Swept & Vacuumed
- Wood Burners & Stoves
- Full Chimney Service & Restoration
- Wood Stove Restoration
- Bird nests removed
- Complete Safety Inspections
- Chimney Pots, Cowls and Bird guards
- Free Advice on Chimney Liners
- Colour CCTV Surveys
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Map of Angmering
(Supplied by Google)
Angmering is a historic village close to Worthing, Littlehampton and East Preston in West Sussex. A prestigious Roman villa once dominated the area, which also has Bronze Age origins. The location was later a Saxon farming site known as 'Angenmaering': the people of Angenmaer, a mysterious ancient leader of whom little is known. Alfred the Great then gave the land to his friend Osferthe in the 9th century. Today, there are two areas in Angmering: the old village and Bramley Green estate. The latter development has increased the population by a third in the past decade. Highdown Hill, a National Trust site with fantastic views towards Worthing, is at the top of the village, which is also surrounded by a number of farms. St Margaret's Church was founded in the 12th century and there is a pleasant mix of little shops, three schools and 15th century historic homes. Worthing Rugby Club is based there, supported not only by Worthing and Angmering residents, but players and supporters living in other nearby settlements.
Angmering's residents really do live in some lovely houses, whether that's in the older part or the smart-looking newer Bramley Green estate, as mentioned. Busier parts are in the Roundstone Bypass Road and A280. But there's a splendid smattering of architecture on roads such as Water Lane, Roundstone Lane, Chantryfield Road, Dapper's Lane, Greenacre's Lane, Rowan Way, Nursery Road, Foxdale Drive, Mill Road and Mill Road Avenue. It's well-worth visiting Angmering to enjoy the residential scene, if nothing else, and the local pub scene holds up well too, with a reputation for fine pub grub.
There have been a few famous residents in Angmering. Record producer Norman Newell lived in the village and theatre maestro Bernard Delfont. Stanley Holloway, singer and actor, also lived in the vicinity. The winning rider of three Grand Nationals - 1842, 1843 and 1853 - Mr Tom Oliver, was another resident. Juliet Pannett, respected portrait artist, was an inhabitat too but later on in the 1960s. Angmering also has a twin town association with Ouistreham, a lovely coastal town in Normandy, France.