Littlehampton's town centre clock to stay

The town centre clock is safe.

Thursday, 7th July 2016, 5:10 pm
Updated Friday, 8th June 2018, 2:13 am

It is owned and operated by Littlehampton Town Council, and cannot be moved without our consent. It does not impede views of the High Street (it is the natural curve of the precinct that does that).

Some other street clutter might do, such as the monster CCTV pole. It is indeed iconic, reminding us of the historic but lost pepper pot lighthouse at the river, and nudging visitors to the riverside walk.

The town council has already opposed removal of the clock tower, and Arun must listen.

Dr James Walsh

Chairman, Policy & Finance committee

Littlehampton Town Council

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