Saturday, 28 July 2012

Arundel


Arundel attracts thousands of tourists throughout the year. It is famous for its castle and cathedral. The rivier Arun from which the town gets its name, passes through the town on the eastern side. The river which is noted for the quality of its fishing and the presence of Mullet has led to a local tradition of people from Arundel being referred to as Mullets. The town is in the county of West Sussex and Arundel is only a few miles from Littlehampton and Bognor Regis. Arundel is a Fairtrade town.


With its Georgian and Victorian buildings, smart restaurants and swish cafes, Arundel has a wealth of privately owned shops. The castle towers over the town and there are plenty of things to do and see in Arundel. Visit the cathedral, take a trip along the river or visit the town farmer's market which is held on the third Saturday of each month and which is famous for the quality of the local produce on offer.





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