Tag Archives: Chichester

Chichester: art gallery and ship canal

Tuesday, May 5th 2015 Today’s jaunt is to the ancient city of Chichester in the county of West Sussex. According to legend, Sussex came into existence in AD 477 when a man called Ælle arrived on the south coast with … Continue reading

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Visiting Cissa’s town

Saturday, April 26th 2014 In the land occupied by the Celtic tribe called the Regni or Regini, was a town that had perhaps gained the status of a market town because when the Romans came, they Latinized its Celtic name … Continue reading

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Roman baths and modern art in Chichester

Sunday, July 15th 2012 We started today’s trip by taking a bus to St Pancras even though we could not catch a train there for our destination, thanks to the ongoing and seemingly endless railway works. Instead we took to … Continue reading

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