Broken glass on foreshore at Cutmill Creek between Bosham and Chidham
It has been reported that a large quantity of old broken glass has become exposed on the foreshore at Cutmill Creek. Dog walkers are advised not to let their dogs off leads until they get beyond the bridge heading south towards Chidham. Walking on the designated footpath is still safe. We will endeavour to clear as much up as we can, 40kg of broken glass has already been removed, and warning signs will be installed.
Footpath leading to Thornham Bridge closed until further notice
29/08/18 - Work is underway to construct the new bridge and if all goes as planned, this should be completed by 7 Sept. The footpath will be re-opened as soon as possible after the bridge work is completed.
25/05/18 - Thornham Point Bridge has been dismantled and completely removed from Footpath 202. The contractors will be starting work on repairing and strengthening the sea defences as the next stage of the project.
22/05/18 - Contractors have been busy dismantling Thornham Point Bridge today.
18/05/18 - Work to begin dismantling the footbridge is due to begin on 21/05/18
Please follow diversion
The footpath leading to the bridge at Thornham Point will remain closed for at least 6 months. We closed the bridge because parts of it are rotten and it is no longer safe to use.
Footpath diversion at Thornham
We are working with West Sussex County Council to replace the bridge but it is unlikely to be replaced until 2018, so please use the alternative route shown in blue on the map below until the new bridge is installed.
You can still walk around Thorney Island as the alternative route joins the footpath leading onto the island.