Discover what's involved in a city centre guided walk

The Novium Museum's Learning & Community Engagement Officer, Amanda, tells us about what to expect on a guided walk around the city: When walking around Chichester, it is easy to miss to the amazing history and archaeology that surrounds you and the wonderful discoveries that have been made over the years throughout the city. The Novium Museum regularly runs walks with school groups and the community that aim to highlight these sites and discoveries to ensure that the stories of Roman Chichester continue to be told. Our Roman City Walks start at the Novium Museum, the district museum that...
Posted on August 06th 2019Category: Blog

Summer Holiday fun

See what’s going on to keep the little ones entertained this Summer Arundel WTT has a LEGO brick animal trail for the whole family to enjoy this summer. From 20 July – 1 September you have the chance to become a Wetland Explorer and discover 14 GIANT LEGO brick animals on the UK’s only wetland brick animal trail, with 3 NEW MODELS never before seen at WWT Arundel! Head to Wetland Brick HQ where you can have fun in the ‘brick pit’ and pick up your free ‘Brick book’ and get set for an action-packed LEGO exploration! https://www.wwt.org.uk/wetland-centres/arundel/whats-on/legor-brick-animal-...
Posted on July 17th 2019Category: General News

Chichester Festival Theatre announces Ageless Week

Chichester Festival Theatre will be hosting a week of free dementia and family friendly events from 12 – 17 August, as part of the Theatre’s Ageless campaign: a programme of work that provides life-changing experiences for people who might otherwise miss out, and helps to enrich people’s lives with the joy of creative expression, socialising and the treat of seeing a show. Activities range from a Lullaby Lounge for babies to a seminar about the legal issues we may face as we get older, an Oklahoma!-themed picnic and a Dementia Friends session for local businesses. Nearly all the events are...
Posted on July 09th 2019Category: General News

How The Ramblers Association is helping to look after our footpaths and countryside

Paul Bould of South West Sussex Ramblers tells us why he's so excited by the introduction of the Chichester Walking weekend. "We’re working with Visit Chichester to help raise the profile of The Ramblers, not just as a walking organisation but also to highlight the work we do in protecting the countryside and campaigning, which is often not noticed. I have been a Ramblers member for 12 years, and a member of the Sussex Area Council as West Sussex Countryside officer, which, like all other Ramblers members who take on roles, is a voluntary role. A Countryside Officer essentially scrutinises...
Posted on July 03rd 2019Category: Blog

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