Amberley is a pretty little village on the edge of the South Downs, near to the Cathedral town of Arundel. It is a very quiet and unspoilt village with pretty gardens and thatched roof cottages.
This attractive hill-town is dominated by the sheer magnificence of its castle. Arundel Castle, built at the end of the 11th century.
Chichester is a wonderful coastal town with a history of strong sea-faring traditions. It was a town of great importance to the Roman’s.
This picturesque little village is the haunt of artists and anglers.
Littlehampton is a pleasant holiday resort that offers miles of golden sands for sunbathing, or for children to have a fine time building sandcastles.
Popular small market resort town whose beautiful 19th-century church stands close to the banks of the River Rother, on which the town stands.
A small village in the South Downs area. It has church and a Manor House but no pub or shops.
The plain arcaded 18th century town hall at Petworth is surrounded by winding, narrow streets crammed with delightful medieval buildings.
On a misty morning there is something quite magical about the view of the slender spire of the church of St. Mary and St. Gabriel.