Felpham, West Sussex
Felpham will forever be associated with the great English mystical poet and painter William Blake who lived in a sweet cottage which is now in Blakes Road, Felpham.
Blake, by the way, is reputed to have written his great poem Jerusalem whilst inspired by the view towards the Trundle from the nearby village of Lavant. The earliest parts of this work were actually written in Felpham but the bulk of the work was carried out when he returned to London in 1804.
Would he write the same about Felpham today? Maybe not.
Felpham hotels and bed and breakfast
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