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Aldwick, West Sussex

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Aldwick, West Sussex

Aldwick is a civil parish in the Arun district of West Sussex, England, and is part of the built-up area around Bognor Regis, to the west of the town. The parish includes Rose Green and occupies an area of 424.99 hectares, and has a population (2001 census) of 10,884 persons. It became, briefly, the focus of the British Empire when King George V convalesced at Craigweil House (now demolished) in 1929. This visit led directly to Bognor attaining the title 'Regis'.
Administrative CountyWest Sussex
Traditional CountySussex
OS GridSZ9198
OS Settlement ClassificationOther settlement (village, hamlet etc)
RegionSouth East
Police AuthoritySussex
Fire and Rescue AuthorityWest Sussex
Fire and Rescue AuthorityWest Sussex
Ambulance AuthoritySouth East Coast
Dialling code01243
Population10,884 2001 Census

Aldwick, West Sussex in John Bartholomew's "Gazetteer of the British Isles" (1887)

Aldwick, coast hundred, Chichester rape, W. Sussex, 13,267 ac., pop. 6133; contains town of Bognor.

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