A Pilgrim Through Time

HERITAGE EXHIBITION: A PILGRIMAGE THROUGH TIME

The exhibition will be held in a marquee on the new Parish Garden at St. Nicholas’ Church, Arundel, in conjunction with the Cathedral’s Corpus Christi Carpet of Flowers. The Exhibition will set out the history of Arundel from medieval times and will cover St. Nicholas’ Church, the Fitzalan Chapel, the Cathedral, the Castle and the town. It will feature fascinating results of the extensive new research which has taken place over recent years.

The Exhibition will run from Saturday 11th June to Sunday 19th June from 10am-5pm.  Entrance will be free and it is hoped that the combined attractions of the Exhibition and the Carpet of Flowers will bring many visitors to Arundel.

Summer Event : A Bicentenary Cruise along the Chichester Canal

Wednesday 13 July departing at 6pm

Our summer event this year marks the 200th anniversary of the opening of Chichester’s canal and will be a cruise from Chichester to Donnington and back on board the trip boat Richmond with a commentary by Alan Green. Bring your own wine or other beverages to enjoy during the cruise – glasses will be provided. Continue reading Summer Event : A Bicentenary Cruise along the Chichester Canal

September issue of The Newsletter

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The contents of this issue are:

Country Houses of the Sussex Downs by Sue Berry, reviewed by Alan Green

Blackbush House by Andrew Berriman

Power and Influence Before the Dukes by Philip Robinson

Chichester History No. 37: letters to the Editor, Greg Slay

Newsletter July 2021

To read the July issue of The Newsletter click 2021.7 CLHS NEWSLETTER, July 2021

The contents of this issue of The Newsletter are:

Quiet Backwater to ‘A’ Class Road : The Metamorphosis of Orchard Street, Chichester by Alan H J Green

The Missing Norfolks by Philip Robinson

June Newsletter 2021

To read a pdf of this issue of The Newsletter click 2021.6 CLHS NEWSLETTER, June 2021.

The contents of this issue of The Newsletter are as follows:

‘Country Houses on the South Downs’ – Dr. Sue Berry – a new title in the South Downs Series ~ Review

Burndell Canal Bridge, Yapton by Roger Thomson

A Wonderful Story – Well Almost by Richard Childs

Underneath – or rather Behind – the Arches: Chichester Council House by Alan H. J. Green

The Duke and the Wheelbarrow Club by Philip Robinson