Find out more about trying your hand at SUP (Stand Up Paddle)

The sight of Stand Up Paddle Boarders across Sussex beaches and on local waterways is ever growing. Local Paddle Board School, TJ Boardhire tells us why they think popularity of this sport is rising. Why do you think paddle boarding has become so popular? Paddle boarding is an activity that can be enjoyed by most people, regardless of age and experience. With the right equipment, such as wetsuits, the right board, boots, paddles, buoyancy aids etc, it’s an activity that can be enjoyed by all of the family. It’s a sport that has many dimensions. From the tranquil conditions of local canals, to...
Posted on October 01st 2019Category: Blog

A day in the life of a head chef at the Millstream Hotel, Bosham

Neil Hiskey, Head Chef at the Millstream Hotel joined the team in 2001 as Commis Chef and has been Head Chef at the Millstream since 2011. "I have seen the business grow from a single hotel restaurant when I joined, to now as the 2 Rosette Millstream Restaurant, Marwick’s Brasserie; and more recently the opening of our new deli in Bosham, Pop-in. As a result, my day has changed somewhat with more responsibilities, team members and greater involvement across the business. The day starts with my colleagues preparing breakfast and cooking items to order. Rather than having a breakfast buffet, we...
Posted on September 16th 2019Category: Blog

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

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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