Life as a West Sussex Design Agency

9th August, 2016


Since the move to our new offices in Shoreham by Sea, West Sussex in June, we can safely say we have bedded in and are feeling like we have been here forever.

The beautiful surroundings are a joy - views of the River Adur and the South Downs from various aspects of the building are amongst our daily pleasures. We never tire of watching the world go by out of our office window; from lorries stuck on the roundabout to blaring sirens travelling up and down the High Street, there is never a dull moment!

 We can see the new wind farm off the coast of Shoreham by Sea and on a clear day you can see the Telscombe Cliffs in Brighton and of course the newly opened i360!


Our move has meant that a couple of the team have taken to their bikes for a leisurely ride into work. This has proved to be quite challenging for them, as they battle with the wind which is never behind them and of course, the rains have hampered their enjoyment somewhat!

 Help is at hand though; our developer Steve recommends M's Cycles on Shoreham's High Street after they came to his aid when his cycling glasses snapped in two on his way into the office recently. 

All our hard work and cycling builds up quite an appetite and regularly has us wandering the local area in search of places to eat. We are happy to say we haven't been disappointed by what Shoreham has to offer; Hector's Shed is a great spot for a healthy lunch and the sweet potato fries at Tomfoolery are very nice too (not to mention the coffee and toasties!). "Friday afternoon meetings" at the pub across the road are becoming popular fixture too... 

We all love our new location and have met some wonderful new people at Basepoint Business Centre. Remember that our doors are always open to visitors (the Ropetackle Café next to Basepoint Business Centre on Shoreham High Street do some pretty gorgeous cakes!) and we would love to see you whenever you are passing. Just give us a call. 

Words by Claudine Young

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