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GREAT things to do in West Sussex, wonderful food and the best places to stay. We’re here to help you find your way.

From the Downs to the Dunes, our unique area of West Sussex is where you’ll find the very best of England, where vast areas of outstanding natural beauty and wildlife sit amidst the stunning rolling hills of the South Downs and breath-taking coastline. Nestled in one of the sunniest spots in England, we are just over an hour’s travel from London and just under an hour from international airport, London Gatwick.

The Great Sussex Way® covers the north of the Downs, taking in Petworth, continuing to Midhurst, travelling down to Chichester and across to the Manhood Peninsula, which includes Selsey and the Witterings.

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20th June 2022

Fantastic Fringe

  Uncover a wealth of aspiring talent at this year’s Chichester Fringe! After a successful debut in June 2021, Chichester Fringe is bringing the magic of performance to a live audience. From 1-3 July, the Fringe will be staging eight…
a city centre street in Chichester with buildings of various kinds
2nd June 2022

A Weekend in Chichester

Since Roman times people have flocked to Chichester for its retail opportunities and today the city still has an impressive offering of independent shops and restaurants. A mainly pedestrianised and compact city makes it easy to explore without feeling exhausted. Mix in a world class theatre, an inspirational art gallery, historic city walls and a beautiful...
An image of Newlands House Gallery in Petworth, West Sussex
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Newlands House Gallery

Visit Newlands House Gallery for leading international modern and contemporary art in the charming market town of Petworth, complete with the Hungry Guest Café located amongst the tranquil gardens. Combining both coffee and culture. Newlands House occupies an 18th century…