First of all apologies for the lack of posts on the Pier Road blog. Regular visitors to our bike shop in Pier Road will know we’re currently in the midst of moving our business from Pier Road into Anchor Springs, Duke Street Littlehampton. We’re leasing the premises that was previously occupied by Kim’s the Barbers
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With regret and sadness, the proprietors of Pier Road’s much loved MooringsTea Rooms have announced they are closing their business on Tuesday, 20th December 2016. Joint owners, mother and daughter team, Kay and Hannah have issued a statement explaining why they’re closing this very popular and much loved tea rooms. Kay’s letter is reprinted below:
A huge thanks to Eric Smethurst, VolkerStevin’s Scheme Liaison Manager for providing us with these amazing behind the scenes pictures of the construction of Littlehampton’s Sea Defences. Sit back, and enjoy the amazing views… (taken from the bucket of the Crane!) Don’t forget to click on the pictures to see them full size. Piling Gate
All of the businesses in Pier Road would like to take this opportunity to wish all our customers (and readers of this blog) a very happy and peaceful Christmas and thanks for all your support in 2013. Our thanks also to the team at the Environment Agency – Andrew Walker, Peter Borsberry, Sam Munnings for
And further delays expected…. Not the best of news, I’m afraid. The Environment Agency have confirmed that Littlehampton’s Sea defences have already fallen approximately two weeks behind. Andrew Walker from the Environment Agency explained earlier the problems they’ve experienced. Andrew says: “We have encountered a number of issues on site during the first 4 weeks