The Southwick Dogs Trust shop is on its main shopping street, Southwick Square.
Southwick itself nestles at the foot of the South Downs, is just a stone’s throw away from Shoreham Port and the Beach, and can be accessed by main line train station. It has a charming Village Green, surrounded by cobbled cottages, and its own Cricket Club plays on the Green. Southwick has also both indoor and outdoor Bowling Greens, plus a shooting range and Football Club and ground: team name ‘The Wickers’. The Community Centre has many varied activities to offer, and is home to ‘The Barn’ Theatre with two repertory companies . Southwick is also home to one of the World’s largest Croquet Clubs.
Historically, Lord Reith, the first director General of the BBC, lived here, and Charles II stayed the night here before his escape to France in 1651. The last hangman, Albert Pierpoint, used to spend his summer holidays in the Old Harbourmaster’s house.
It is a great place to be!
Where to park
There is parking outside shop, which is available for up to an hour.
Nearest rehoming centre