Free Stuff to do in Chichester

Going out doesn't have to be expensive. Once you're in Chichester there's plenty to do and see that won't cost you a penny. As well as walks and exploring the city, there are lots of free activities and attractions. Chichester Cathedral Indoor Educational Central location This magnificent Cathedral has stood at the centre of Chichester for over 900 years. With unique architecture from each century of its life, this Cathedral is both ancient and modern, where original medieval features sit alongside world famous contemporary artworks. The Cathedral is open every day and all year with free...
Posted on May 03rd 2018Category: Blog

What's On this May Bank Holiday in Chichester

What are your plans for the Bank Holiday weekend? Chichester is the place to be! The sun is due to be with us (fingers crossed) and there's loads on to keep you busy. Here is our run down of the key events taking place this weekend: Weald and Download Living Museum Food Festival Saturday 5th, Sunday 6th and Monday 7th May, 10.30am – 5pm. The very best of the south east’s produce – from heritage production methods to the modern day – will be showcased at our special spring event. Enjoy free cookery demonstrations and short talks, shop from vendors selling local produce, watch demonstrations...
Posted on May 02nd 2018Category: Blog

Chichester's Best Bluebell Walks

They're out! Make a plan this weekend to walk through the Bluebells while they're at their best. Thanks to the lovely sunny weather last week they're a little earlier than usual. Bluebells are native to the UK and half the World's Bluebells are found in the UKs woodlands. If you plant them at home, make sure they're the British version; other varieties, including the Spanish Bluebell are very invasive and take over the spaces where British Bluebells might thrive. Try not to tread on them as they don're recover well and definitely do not pic them! They are a protected species and it's in fact...
Posted on April 25th 2018Category: Blog

Discover Seaside Selsey

Eight miles south of Chichester, at the southern most point of the district you will find the historic seaside town of Selsey. Today Selsey is a popular seaside town with several beaches but probably most notable for the Selsey Bill which is just west of the life boat station that protects local fisherman in tricky waters. Selsey’s fishing industry has always been at the heart of the town. My own grandfather grew up on Selsey and helped out on family boats as soon as he was strong enough to haul a net, although he can’t swim to this day! Selsey Crab is widely accepted as some of the best in...
Posted on April 25th 2018Category: Blog

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