|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||6.2 miles (10 km)|
|Meets:||B2259, A259, B2233, A27, A29|
|Route outline (key)|
The B2132 is a short road in south Sussex. It was originally unclassified but gained its number in 1935.
The route starts at a mini-roundabout on the B2259 (former A259) in Felpham where that road bends to the north to bypass Middleton-on-Sea, just as it always has. We head east into town then turn left at a mini-roundabout before reaching the town centre. The road then heads north into open country and crosses the A259 at a staggered crossroads.
Continuing north the road soon reaches Yapton where it meets the B2233 at a mini-roundabout. There's a short multiplex to the left to another mini-roundabout where the B2132 turns right to regain its number. On the northern edge of the village we cross the West Coastway Line at a level crossing. After skirting the village of Walberton we reach the A27. In both directions B2132 traffic is forced to turn left onto the A27 but all movements from that road are allowed. It is therefore not possible to follow the whole of the B2132 continuously.
Leaving the A27 behind, the B2132 heads north through a wood and soon ends on the A29. This time all turning movements are allowed.