Upper Beeding is a village and civil parish in the Horsham District of West Sussex, England. It is located at the northern end of the River Adur gap in the South Downs four miles (6.4km) north of Shoreham-by-Sea and four miles south of Henfield, and has a land area of 1877.48 hectares (4637 acres). The site is a bridging point over the river. On the opposite bank are Bramber and Steyning.
St Mary's House Bramber
Upper Beeding is on the northern edge of the South Downs National Park.
The South Downs Way
The South Downs Way and Monarch's Way long-distance footpaths run through the parish; the area is popular with walkers, cyclists and equestrians. The village boasts two pubs: The Rising Sun (Pub Quiz 1st & 3rd Sunday of month) and The Kings Head. Bramber has a further pub, The Castle.
Shoreham-by-Sea, shortened to Shoreham,(4 miles from Upper Beeding) is a small town, port and seaside resort, also being the major settlement in the Adur District of West Sussex in South East England. Shoreham-by-Sea railway station is located less than a mile from the town centre and London Gatwick Airport is 24 miles away. The town is bordered to its north by the South Downs, to its west by the Adur valley and to its south by the River Adur and Shoreham Beach on the English Channel. The town lies in the middle of the ribbon of urban development along the coast between the city of Brighton & Hove and the town of Worthing.
We are also close to Lancing College, The Towers Convent, Windlesham House and Sompting Abbots Schools.