Well isn't the weather fabulous? The beach is in bloom and the sea is calm. You must come down, but don't forget your beach shoes, otherwise it's the knock-kneed shingle shuffle for you.
In my last blog, I mentioned two highlights of the Adur Festival, Beach Dreams and Sussex Yacht Clubs' Open Day. Just in case you couldn't come, here's some of what you missed.
West Beach parade led by Hamish and the samba band with parents and children from Buckingham Park Primary, Buckingham School, St Mary's and St Nicolas's School and Peebles pre-school.
East Beach parade lead by Neptune and the Beach Bateria with parents and children from the Beach School.
One of the live bands which entertained us.
Captain Jack Sparrow, who entertained himself.
That was Beach Dreams.
Over the footbridge was Sussex Yacht Clubs' Open Day where the Lifeboats, the Fisheries Protection Vessel, Watchful, and Moonlight Saunter were open to visitors.
RNLI Sarah Emily Harrop, a 47 foot Tyne Class all weather lifeboat (ALB).
RNLI Barry Lazell, a 16 foot D Class inshore lifeboat (ILB) in front of Watchful.
It was a super day so thanks to the army of volunteers who made both events such a success.
Next week I'll change into a different gear and focus on the breath-taking risks taken by local teenagers as summer gets under way. In the meantime, have a wonderful weekend and see you next week.