West Wittering Beach sold out until next week - here is when you can next visit

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A POPULAR sandy beach has sold out of spaces this weekend.

The estate which runs West Wittering Beach, which is in West Sussex, the other side of Chichester Harbour to Hayling Island, started selling car parking slots online for people looking to visit in the near future.

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But due to popular demand, these have now all sold out – up until Tuesday, June 2.

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West Wittering Beach. Picture: Derek MartinWest Wittering Beach. Picture: Derek Martin
West Wittering Beach. Picture: Derek Martin

James Crespi, chief operating officer of the West Wittering Estate, has issued some further advice to beachgoers.

People have been asked not to travel to the beach without a ticket, as there is no available parking in the village.

Visitors are also warned to ensure they maintain social distancing when on the beach this weekend.

People looking to visit in the following week can go to the JustPark app to book a parking space.

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