Bognor tourism stickers prove popular

Nigel Lynn with the council's chairman Ann Smee and some of the stickers.
Nigel Lynn with the council's chairman Ann Smee and some of the stickers.

TOURISM stickers which let residents and businesses around Bognor Regis to show their love for the area have proved so popular a reprint has been ordered.

Aimed at raising the profile of the Arun district as a fun, family-friendly tourist destination, 1,000 stickers were printed for the launch of the 2012 Sussex by the Sea visitor guides back in March.

But, due to popular demand, 1,000 extra stickers have now been printed.

The council’s chief executive Nigel Lynn said: “I’m delighted that so many people are displaying these free window stickers, because it shows just how proud of our beautiful district they are.

“If residents can show their pride in their own district, that’s a sure sign to people outside that it’s well worth a visit.”

To celebrate the popularity of the stickers, the council has teamed up with Arundel Castle, Butlin’s in Bognor, and Harbour Park & Wonder Works Ice Cream Parlour in Littlehampton to offer six lucky families some incredible days out.

To be entered into the prize draw take a picture of a sticker on display, and send it to sussexbythesea@arun.gov.uk by June 29.

Stickers can be picked up from Bognor’s Visitor Information Point and Bognor Regis Town Hall.

Competition details at www.sussexbythesea.com