Covid-19: Update from Visit Chichester

Message from ​the Visit Chichester Chairman, Francis Hobbs As an industry, we are facing unprecedented times. Many things are looking uncertain and the challenges that l​ie ahead may well be some of the most difficult we have faced in a generation. Priorities ​must be to ensure families, friends, colleagues and teams are ​as safe ​as possible. ​I am afraid many questions may remain unanswered for some time yet ​whilst we all come to terms with the real impact ​of Covid-19 on ​all our businesses. While times are indeed looking difficult, it’s important now​, more than ever​, that we pull...
Posted on March 18th 2020Category: Blog

February Half Term Fun

In need of ideas of what to do this February Half Term? Here are a few events taking place in the Chichester District. You can also get engaged with this year's South Downs National Park Dark Skies Festival, which is taking place between the 7th-23rd of February. Get involved in activities such as walking or cycling, attend a stargazing party or go along to one of the daytime events to celebrate the wonderful night skies of our national parks. Treasured Objects activities at Weald & Downland Living Museum Five days of creative family activities, such as: Making a simple picture frame,...
Posted on February 05th 2020Category: Blog

Stop...put the world on pause at Weald & Downland Living Museum

In our fast-paced world, people from all walks of life are looking for ways to improve their health and overall wellbeing through mindfulness and relaxing activities. The Weald & Downland Living Museum in Singleton, near Chichester, offers a haven for people looking to take a deep breath and put the world on pause. It may seem like ‘mindfulness’ is nothing more than the latest buzzword, but at the Museum it’s more than a fad. The chance for relaxation and respite from the stresses of the modern world is integrated into every aspect of the visitor experience. Set in the South Downs...
Posted on December 19th 2019Category: Blog

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

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