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our people, our stories, Our Community

The Love Arundel community blog tells the stories of the amazing people who live, work and volunteer in Arundel, as well as keeping us up to date on the various town projects that affect us all. The blog also hosts The Bell online with the last edition of the community magazine available in full. Read inspiring tales and celebrate the best of local life, all from our fabulous local contributing writers.


Discover the latest local stories, interviews and profiles of life in Arundel

Jan 19
New Councillors at Arundel Town Council

At the January meeting of Arundel Town Council, two new councillors were…

Dec 09
Arundel Is Christmas

From wonderful Christmas trees that light up the town, to the beautifully decorated…

Dec 08
Arundel Is Your Destination Whether you are wanting a leisurely wander around the…

Dec 03
Digby Clinches Another First for English Sparkling

This historic Digby moment was a year in the making. They have been named the official…

Dec 01
Painting with Light

Originally published Winter 2020, by Gill Farquharson Dominik Chmielewski, who was…

Town projects

Catch up on the objectives and progress of various projects and initiatives happening around town, and find out how to get involved.

There always seems to be a few projects happening in and around Arundel which have the potential to affect many of us in different ways, some good and some bad depending on your personal perspective. Certain bigger projects run public consultation processes in order to assess overall opinion. Catch up on the objectives and progress of various projects and initiatives happening around town and find out how to get involved.

project LEAP

Lime Tree Project

Arundel Bee project

Arundel Cycling And Walking Project

Victoria Institute

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the Arundel Project

affordable housing

A27 Arundel bypass

Neighbourhood plan

The Bell

About Arundel, for Arundel, by Arundel

The Bell is a quarterly, community magazine produced by voluntary Arundel residents for the town. It is circulated by Royal Mail to every postal address in Arundel as well as being distributed throughout the town to hotels, restaurants and local  centres such as the churches, Town Hall, Post Office and Museum.