Sights in Pagham, UK
Revised: 25 Aug 2020 - Design and Content © Bernard Veasey 1996-2021 - All rights reserved.
Looking along the Pagham Rife from Pagham Harbour.
One of the Sleuce Gates where the Pagham Rife joins Pagham Harbour.
Just inland of the Pagham Harbour Sea Wall.
View from the west end of Pagham Harbour Sea Wall looking inland.
Pagham Harbour at low tide with Thomas a Becket’s church in the background.
Thomas a Becket’s Church - East side
Thomas a Becket’s Church - South side
Thomas a Becket’s Church - West side
March 1999
March 1999
March 1999
March 1999
March 1999
March 1999
March 1999
March 1999
Pagham Spit looking towards Pagham with a 5.8m spring tide broken through the southerly shingle bank flooding the inside of the spit.
22 August 2020
The flooded central part of Pagham Spit looking south east with a 5.8m spring tide broken through the southerly shingle bank.
22 August 2020
Pagham, with a population of around 7000 is situated on the south coast between Bognor Regis and Selsey. Its harbour, now an 1100 acre nature reserve dates back to before the 14th century when it was a thriving port.