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Coast and Countryside 3   Goodwood, Fishbourne, Tangmere, West Dean, Singleton Click on pictures to enlarge     homebacknext
South Downs
Horse riding on the top of the Trundle

Just outside Chichester to the west is Fishbourne Roman Palace, which was built in the first century and is famous for its remarkable mosaic floors.
 
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Singleton, Charlton, West Dean, East Dean Villages
Chidham, Hambrook Villages
Oving Community inc Colworth, Drayton, Merston, Shopwyke
Slindon Village
Stagecoach South Local bus information
West Dean College
West Dean College
Singleton
Singleton
Tangmere Military Aviation Museum is three miles east of Chichester. The early exhibits give a nostalgic feel, with a strong RAF emphasis. It also includes more up to date aircraft.

West Dean Gardens, just north of Chichester, offers thirty-five acres of delightful ornamental grounds, with numerous trees, shrubs, and a 300ft pergola. There is also a beautifully restored walled kitchen garden.

  Singleton, a few miles further on, has charming groups of flint built cottages, some with thatched roofs, and a noble church with a Saxon tower. This is also the setting for the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum where some forty historic buildings have been rescued and lovingly rebuilt. Well worth a visit.

Probably the most well known region near Chichester is Goodwood. Goodwood House is an eighteenth century mansion, with a notable collection of paintings.


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