Yay, it’s Monday again!
This week’s photos are from a couple of weeks ago when we decided to spend a day at the coast as the weather was pretty amazing.
We plugged West Wittering into the sat nav and decided against taking the quickest motorway route, opting instead for the shortest route which turned out to take a couple of hours but took us through some great, quaint little villages and unexpectedly past one of my old local pubs The Passfield Oak.
En route we stopped off at Woolbeding, below are a few shots of the manor;
We got to West Wittering just after 1pm and the beach wasn’t too busy. The last time I visited West Wittering must be about 23-24 years ago and I’m glad to say that it hasn’t changed too much, it’s still a beautiful stretch of sandy beach that hasn’t been ruined by over-zealous property businesses looking to cash in. I’d heard that back in the 1920s a group of about 300 locals bought this stretch of land and vowed never to sell it so that it can remain a great spot to visit.