Angmering is a large, narrow village and civil parish between Littlehampton and Worthing in West Sussex just to the south of the South Downs National Park, England. It is centred north of the English Channel; Worthing and Littlehampton are centred to the east and west respectively.
Angmering railway station is mile away from the village centre straddling the boundaries of Angmering and East Preston. Angmering is also home to the Oval Raceway or Angmering Motor Sports Centre. Worthing Rugby Football Club, a national level professional rugby club, occupies extensive grounds in the east of the village.
The village is dominated by two parts: the old village comprising the centre, northern and southwestern parts of the village; alongside Bramley Green, a modern housing estate built to the south east of the village on a site formerly occupied by mushroom farms.