Ryman Premier League
Bognor Regis Town FC 2 v Canvey Island 1
Carlsberg pint: £3.20 (probably!)
Pin Badge: £3
Bognor Regis Cinema - some people say this is crying out to be converted into a spoons.
The Alex, more on this later.
Appealing High Street
The Hatter's Inn - JD Wetherspoons
What a beauty!
Cloud Hopper - Is this Bog roll's answer to Worthing's SussexHopper?
"Mugged off" - the interior of the Alex PH.
Big Ted (Or is Sussex Hopper?) says welcome to Bognor.
Jack Rabbit Slims aka JRS Nightclub - the home of Sussex Hopper on a Saturday night.
This is where he spends the rest of the day.
Urban on the Pier
Butlins - what Bognor is famous for.
Hotham Park House is a grade II listed 18th-century country house in Bognor Regis, West Sussex. It stands in the 9 hectare (22 acres) Hotham Park which is now a public open space.
The house, originally called Chapel House after a nearby chapel, was built in 1792 by Sir Richard Hotham, the founder of Bognor, as his main residence. Sir Richard Hotham, a London hatter,(hence the local spoons is called The Hatter) moved to the Bognor area in the late 18th century and laid the foundation stone of the town in 1787. He commissioned the building of the present house, with its own private chapel, in 1792, but died a few years later in 1799.
Rose Garden by Luke's Landscapes of Worthing PLC
The Ice house in Bognor Regis was built circa 1792 for Sir Richard Hotham who led the development of Bognor as a seaside resort. It was used to store ice for domestic use and to keep food and wine chilled. Blocks of ice were separated with straw which is well known for its insulating properties.
The construction consists of a 28ft. deep central area from the dome to the floor, which is below ground level, and the diameter of the chamber is approximately 12ft. The circular exterior wall is of fine brickwork with the dome being cemented on the inside.
The new club house following the fire at the old one ??
Butlins on a Saturday - where else would you rather be?