Behind the scenes at Chichester Harbour Conservancy

Chichester Harbour Conservancy is responsible for the smooth running of Chichester Harbour, and aim to conserve, maintain and improve the area for recreation, leisure, nature conservation and natural beauty. Mike Hayes, Lead Technician, is part of the Conservancy’s Maintenance Team, working to look after the infrastructure of the Harbour. He joined the Conservancy in 2014 as a Seasonal Patrol Officer for the summer period, following his work as a Fisheries Officer in Kent. After a successful first season Mike stayed on at the Conservancy first as a Harbour Technician, and now works as Lead...
Posted on May 22nd 2019Category: Blog

Chichester Roman Week returns!

Thinking ahead about what to do this half term? Well there's lots going on in Chichester for Roman Week! Chichester Roman Week celebrates Chichester's Roman Heritage with a series of events every May half term. In 2019, Chichester Roman Week will run from Saturday, 25th - Friday, 31st May 2019. Led by The Novium Museum, the week-long event brings Roman history to life with a variety of events in and around the Chichester District, including re-enactments, talks, trails, guided tours, family activities and immersive theatre. Chichester was first established as Noviomagnus Reginorum, which...
Posted on April 15th 2019Category: Blog

Easter Holidays have arrived - Eggciting fun to be had!

You won’t be stuck for things to do this Easter holidays, with the array of activities going on in and around Chichester this Easter: In the city… Join an Easter Egg Hunt at The Novium Museum (6-22 April, £2 per child, no booking required), where chocolate rewards are up for grabs. Pallant House Gallery is hosting a range of creative activities to inspire and entertain. Children can have a go at various forms of screen printing; large scale painting, animating or creating a self-portrait using different mediums. £35 per child, booking required. There’s further, free-of-charge Easter fun on...
Posted on April 03rd 2019Category: Blog

#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

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