Adur is a nearby government region of West Sussex, England. It is named after its primary waterway and is truly part of the English region of Sussex. The committee is situated in Shoreham-via Sea and the locale has a populace of 59,627 as per the 2001 registration.
It was made on 1 April 1974 by the merger of Southwick and Shoreham urban areas and the common wards of Coombes, Lancing and Sompting from Worthing Rural District.
Sompting, Lancing, Shoreham-via Sea and Southwick shape a piece of settlements on the south drift, among Worthing and Brighton and Hove by and large known as the Brighton/Worthing/Littlehampton conurbation. Coombes is inland. Fishersgate and Kingston via Sea (otherwise called Kingston Buci) are likewise little regions in the south east of the region.
Shoreham Airport is situated in the Adur locale, west of Shoreham-via Sea and only east of Lancing.
The Adur celebration is held in the initial two weeks of June consistently.