Chichester - full of good things to do
Chichester art and artistsArt exhibition and competition rolled into one .
Popular art gallery where many local artists exhibit.
modern art gallery. One of Chichester's big attractions .
Art trail with venues in the villages near Chichester plus the city centre.
Portrait photography, digital photography and other camera-related stuff.
sculpture parks in the UK is at Goodwood, just north of Chichester.
Music in ChichesterBand with over 100 years of history behind it.
independent cinema in New Park Road.
Jazz club at the Pallant Suite in Chichester.
jazz concerts including Jazz Cruises on Chichester Canal. .
orchestra which combines professional and amateur musicians plays several times a year.
world music impressarios.
Chichester theatrefamous octagonal theatre and Minerva Theatre.
Chichester HarbourSee our separate section containing information about Chichester Harbour.
Chichester charities and good causesmoney advice and much more besides.
The Lions in Chichester collect old glasses.
sailing and Christianity.
every type of animal under the sun.
Churches in Chichester
Methodist Chapel in St John's Street.
Society of Friends.
West Sussex churches including Immanuel.
Sports clubs in ChichesterSee our separate Chichester sports section.
Things to do in ChichesterGoodwood Estate. Great artwork and lavish public rooms.
Falconry Centre south of Chichester. .
dolls, toys and more.
Learn to fly.
See the stars in all their glory - from indoors.
Chess every Tuesday.
Chichester universitiesTechnical College and a big employer in Chichester.
Teacher Training College.
Chichester councilsNorth Street in Chichester.
council offices in East Pallant, Chichester.
North Street is one of the four main street of Chichester - the layout of the city centre has stayed essentially the same since Roman times.
As well as being one of the three or four busiest shopping centres in West Sussex, Chichester city centre is notable for the very large number of old buildings crammed alongside modern commercial activity.
While a large number of the shops in Chichester are branches of high street multiples, look a little higher above the high street fascias and you have an (almost) uninterrupted display of beautiful and interesting old buildings - all subtly different.
North Street is very wide and has been pedestrianised for many years and so wandering along looking upwards at the architecture on offer is both rewarding and generally safe.
North Street and East Street also hold a well-supported Farmers Markets every other Friday morning.
St Peter's Church, West Street, Chichester - the former St Peter's Church is now a bar
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