#EnglishTourismWeek19: Bill Martin of the Manhood Wildlife & Heritage Group

Our series of blogs for #EnglishTourismWeek19 celebrates all that’s great about the Chichester region. In this entry Bill Martin from the Manhood Wildlife and Heritage Group explains how we can while away a few hours exploring the highlights of the Selsey, including its Blue Plaques: There are many sights to see in and around Selsey, and on the Manhood Peninsula as a whole. Be sure to see the Railway Carriage homes as you explore the town of Selsey itself – originating from various Railway lines, these carriages arrived in the 1930s and helped to meet the ever-growing demand for accommodation...
Posted on April 03rd 2019Category: Blog

#EnglishTourismWeek19: The Spread Eagle Hotel, Midhurst

Our series of blogs for #EnglishTourismWeek19 celebrates all that’s great about the Chichester region. In this entry from The Spread Eagle's General Manager, Sarah Stacey, explains the hotel's history and what's at the heart of the hotel's ethos. A brief history : The history of The Spread Eagle Hotel is a living history of England. It is a story shaped by the people who have slept beneath our ancient (and uneven) roofs - royalty, the nobility, the famous and the infamous - for nearly six centuries. The Spread Eagle was built in 1430, just before Joan of Arc was burned at the stake and 20...
Posted on April 03rd 2019Category: Blog

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