#EnglishTourismWeek19: Fitzcane's cafe, Midhurst

Our series of blogs for #EnglishTourismWeek19 celebrates all that’s great about the Chichester region. Here, we speak to Caroline Cheshire, founder of the fabulous Fitzcane's cafe in Midhurst. Although Fitzcane’s was only established in 2014, it feels like it has been in Midhurst forever. Founder Caroline Cheshire moved here with her family to be closer to her parents, having lived for 20 years in the United States. The family quickly settled into English country living and Caroline opened a tiny ice cream café off West Street. She was thrilled with the response from the town. When larger...
Posted on March 26th 2019Category: Blog

#EnglishTourismWeek19: Conversations with Kate

Our series of blogs for #EnglishTourismWeek19 celebrates all that’s great about the Chichester region. Here, we speak to Kate Mosse about her association with Chichester and the iconic Chichester Festival Theatre. Kate Mosse OBE is celebrated on many fronts: as a multi-million selling author; as the founder director of the Women’s Prize for Fiction; and, of course, as a Cicestrian. But another role is equally dear to her heart: as the host of around 25 Pre- and Post-Show Talks and Events each season at Chichester Festival Theatre. These live conversations with playwrights, directors and...
Posted on March 25th 2019Category: Blog

Leaflet Exchange hailed a huge success

Thank you to everyone who joined us for our Leaflet Exchange event at Chichester Festival Theatre last week (6 March). Representatives of over 50 visitor attractions, accommodation providers, shops, restaurants, pubs, events and leisure activity operators were exhibiting; over 200 people including group travel organisers and coach operators attended, plus members of the public looking for day trip inspiration - the event was a great sucess! The forum highlighted the exciting developments happening across the Chichester region during 2019 to stimulate ideas for people to plan their leisure...
Posted on March 13th 2019Category: Blog

Where the land meets the sea

With long sandy beaches, picture perfect villages, pretty creeks, an abundance of wildlife and some of the most stunning scenery in the South of England, it’s no wonder that Chichester’s coastline has remained a firm family favourite for generations. West Wittering Whether or not you’re usually a beach goer, the unspoilt coastline and extensive sandy flats of West Wittering Beach are a must-see. Forever popular with wind and kite surfers, families flock to the beach during the summer months but it’s left largely deserted during the remainder of the year. A walk along the beach and around the...
Posted on January 23rd 2019Category: Blog

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