Bognor-regis.org is personal site run on a voluntary, non-profit basis. If you have any information on local events or services that may be of interest to people living in the Bognor Regis area please let me know. Details can be sent to me using the 'Contact' tab at the top of this page.
Bognor Regis is a small seaside town on the south coast of England in the county of West Sussex. It is situated approximately 70 miles south west of London. The town can trace its roots back to when it was a small fishing village. The town still has its fishermen, operating small inshore boats from the town's beaches, keeping alive the town's traditional link with the sea. Bognor is a very...
Bognor is one of the oldest Saxon sites on record in West Sussex. The town is recorded in AD 680 as Bucgan ora meaning Bucge's shore. Bucge was one of the few Saxon women to have a place named after her. Over the years this Saxon-landing place became a small fishing village, and as with many places the name changed with time. In 1275 it was recorded as Buggenore and in 1405 as Bogenor...
The Museum is run by the Bognor Regis Local History Society. The museum opened at its present site in 2011. Although modest in size the members of the society have clearly put a great deal of thought and hard work into creating a range of interesting and informative exhibits. Almost every aspect of Bognor's history is represented, from rocks and fossils millions of years old, the local history from before the town was founded through to the present day...
Every SaturdayMarch to December. plusEvery TuesdayApril to OctoberplusEvery ThursdayMay to OctoberIn January & February the market opens on a Saturday, weather permitting.
For more information visit the What’s On page
Have you suffered loss? Are you unsure about how you are feeling and want to find a way to express yourself? Life Board Workshops help you to do this.Dog Walking in Bognor Regis - If you have time for a spot of dog walking; the Cinnamon Trust would like to hear from you today.An Independent Bognor Regis,what are you views. Find out more about the local group who want local decisions made locally.