Surroundings and places to visit

The Village of Sidlesham is well placed on the Witterings / Manhood peninsula for local entertainment and interests for ALL members of the family from:

View of Bosham Harbour

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After visiting the many attractions / surroundings in and around Chichester, why not treat yourself to a class or treatment at the Living Elements Clinic located opposite the house? Relax, recuperate and rebalance. For more information, call 01243 641665 for appointments.

LONDON is only 90 minutes away on the train…so consider Living or Nature’s Elements as an ideal starting location for a day trip to the Big City. Go to Covent Garden, a Museum, see a play etc

There is a handbook in the house with details of What’s On, special events (eg Goodwood Festival of Speed) and other local festivities / activities and day’s out eg village Fairs, one day events during your stay etc to make your holiday more memorable. It also includes cycle routes and local walk information. 

Living and Nature’s Elements are a perfect location for a Birdwatching Holiday in Sussex with unique, local reserves and facilities.

Find more information on The Goodwood Estate and their programme.

Also, the owner, Gayle Palmer, owns and races a Classic keelboat from the neighbouring village, Itchenor. It may be possible for you to come out for a sail during your stay – ask about the options. For more information visit the Solent Sunbeam website.
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Have you seen our specific pages for cyclists, walkers, bird and wildlife watchers?

Local bicycle hire and they deliver!: Summit Bikes in Selsey 01243 697547

Barreg Cycles. Meadowside Main Road Fishbourne PO18 8AN West Sussex United Kingdom. Web : http://www.barreg.co.uk. Tel : +44 1243 786104

www.stubcroft.com/commonpages/chire.htm

Sussex and other local special events happening soon thanks to http://www.chichesterweb.co.uk:

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Interested in playing golf whilst here? Golf courses near Chichester Bognor GC

What’s On in Sussex

Brighton Marathon - April click to go to site.

Brighton Marathon – April

The Brighton Marathon is held in April just prior to the London Marathon. Starting and finishing next to The Brighton Pier and the Brighton Wheel the route takes in much of the city centre before heading east to Rottingdean and then west into Hove.

Arundel Festival - August click to go to site.

Arundel Festival – August

Arundel’s annual festival is positively full of creative talent with a multitude of writers, actors, musicians, resident artists and many galleries set against the backdrop of magnificent Arundel Castle.

Brighton Festival - May click to go to site.

Brighton Festival – May

Every year, the Brighton Festival showcases all of the things that make Brighton stand out from the crowd – creativity, world class talent and one of a kind cutting edge performances and exhibitions.

Petworth Festival - July click to go to site.

Petworth Festival – July

An arts festival in the historic West Sussex market town that has evolved in to a two to three week summer festival of arts and music. The Festival presents very high quality chamber concerts, instrumental recitals, song, jazz and world music. There is also visual arts, theatre, talks and walks in and around Petworth.

Rye Arts Festival - September click to go to site.

Rye Arts Festival – September

The Rye Arts Festival always presents an impressive line up of speakers,performers,musicians,special events,exhibitions and walks and talks.

Chichester Festival Theatre click to go to site.

Chichester Festival Theatre

Positioned in the beautiful surroundings of Oaklands Park, Chichester Festival Theatre is one of the United Kingdom’s flagship theatres with a dazzling international reputation for producing a wide range of theatrical productions from musicals and comedies to classic drama and innovative new writing.

Glyndebourne click to go to site.

Glyndebourne

Opera has been held annually at Glyndebourne since 1934. It is most famous for its productions of Mozart’s operas, many of those productions are considered the finest ever done of those operas. The London Philharmonic Orchestra has been long associated with Glyndebourne Festival Opera enjoying a rewarding partnership that dates back over 40 years.

Goodwood Festival of Speed - June click to go to site.

Goodwood Festival of Speed – June

The Festival of Speed can justifiably claim to be the world’s biggest and most diverse celebration of the history of motorsport and car culture. It is the only occasion where you will find the greatest competition cars and star drivers from all eras in action from the 19th century steam cars to current Formula 1.

Goodwood Revival Meeting - September click to go to site.

Goodwood Revival Meeting – September

The world’s most popular historic motor race meeting and the only event of its kind to be staged in the romantic time capsule of the fifties and sixties at a classic circuit untouched by the modern world. The Revival relives the glory days of Goodwood Motor Circuit which ranked alongside Silverstone as Britain’s leading venue during its active years between 1948 and 1966.

Goodwood Breakfast Club click to go to site.

Goodwood Breakfast Club

The Goodwood Breakfast Club offers a jaw-dropping collection of some of the world’s most desirable and cherished vehicles, a scrumptious English breakfast, and the camaraderie of fellow motoring enthusiasts

Racing at Fontwell Park click to go to site.

Racing at Fontwell Park

Considered a “jewel in West Sussex” Fontwell Park is one of the most intimate and friendly racecourses in the country and its unique figure of eight track adds to the excitement of jump racing. There are race meetings throughout the year including midweek, weekend and evening fixtures.

Racing at Goodwood click to go to site.

Racing at Goodwood

Goodwood is internationally acclaimed as being one of the most beautiful racecourses in the world. Renowned for its unique elegance and style Goodwood continues to set standards of style and quality for its racegoers. Set on top of the South Downs it is a breathtaking backdrop for some of the very finest flat racing with the highlight being the week of Glorious Goodwood.

Cowdray Park Polo click to go to site.

Cowdray Park Polo

Cowdray Park is the home of British Polo. It hosts tournaments and fixtures generally from April through to September. It is most famous for hosting the Veuve Clicquot Gold Cup in July each year.

Hickstead click to go to site.

Hickstead

World famous for showjumping, Hickstead is host to the British Grand Prix and the only Nations Cup competition in the British Isles. The British Derby meeting held here remains one of the highlights of the equestrian calendar.

 Airbourne - Eastbourne International Airshow - August click to go to site.

Airbourne – Eastbourne International Airshow – August

The world’s biggest seafront airshow. Four days of action packed flying on Eastbourne seafront every August. It consists of RAF displays, civillian displays, international military displays and static ground displays.

Shoreham Airshow - August click to go to site.

Shoreham Airshow – August

Shoreham Airport is the oldest licensed airfield in the UK with a grade II listed art deco style terminal building. It hosts a two day airshow each year with both civilian and RAF displays.

International Tennis - Eastbourne - June click to go to site.

International Tennis – Eastbourne – June

The international grasscourt tournament held in Devonshire Park in June immediately prior to Wimbledon. Formerly the International Women’s Open it has now joined forces with the ATP tour to host a combined men’s and women’s tournament. The event features world class tennis stars.

Lewes Bonfire Society - November click to go to site.

Lewes Bonfire Society – November

Lewes bonfire (Guy Fawkes Night) is steeped in history, tradition, a belief in self expression and an undeniable dose of euphoric anarchy. Lewes always celebrates November 5th on November 5th and six of the bonfire societies parade on the night.

The South of England Show - Ardingly Showground - June click to go to site.

The South of England Show – Ardingly Showground – June

The greatest family day out in the south east. Features include entertainment and displays, prize winning British livestock, world class showjumping and equestrian events, foods and farming, flower displays, crafts and much more.

Sussex Steam and Country Fair - Storrington - June click to go to site.

Sussex Steam and Country Fair – Storrington – June

One of the fastest growing outdoor events in the southern counties, Sussex Country Fair retains its family appeal whilst still delivering superb traditional field sports displays and a host of have-a-go activities for all to get involved in. Home to the beautiful Parham Estate, Parham House provides the perfect backdrop in which to showcase this premier fair

 

So…as you can see there is plenty to do in and around Chichester!

Hopefully this will help you plan your stay. Good luck!

Gayle


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