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OYSTER POND, LITTLEHAMPTON, SUSSEX
 

Littlehampton Littlehampton
Oyster Pond
Ornamental waters
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Littlehampton Littlehampton
Oyster Pond
Canoe Lake
c1920s
 
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Littlehampton Littlehampton
Oyster Pond
Ornamental water
c1910
 
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Oyster Pond
Ornamental water
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Oyster Pond
Ornamental water
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Littlehampton Littlehampton
Oyster Pond
Ornamental water
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Photo taken from top of windmill
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Littlehampton Littlehampton
Oyster Pond
Aerial photo
1919
 
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Littlehampton Littlehampton
Riverside
Arun Parade
1970s
 
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Littlehampton Littlehampton
Bandstand & Common
c1920-23
 
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Littlehampton Littlehampton
Bandstand & Common
c.1934-36
 
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The Oyster Pond

Built in the very early 1800s to house local catches of shellfish. It acquired its name due to the large amounts of oysters stored. It was converted into a boating pond in the late 1870s. There was a popular model yacht club in Littlehampton during the 1920s and they would come to the Oyster pond and race their boats. During the annual Regatta, races across the pond were held by fishermen and ferrymen wearing fancy dress.
 



 
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