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Bosham (and the surrounding area) is packed with interesting places to visit. Below we list just a few of the delights that await you but there are many more. Please click on the links to discover more about each place.
Emsworth, (seen on the right) an area of natural beauty, is popular with sailors, artists, naturalists, and walkers. A full range of shops is complemented with popular restaurants and pubs.

Chidham & Hambrook
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Westbourne: Nestling beneath the South Downs on the border between Hampshire and West Sussex, the parish of Westbourne is a thriving community. The parish consists of the attractive village of Westbourne itself and the two hamlets of Woodmancote and Aldsworth. The parish covers approximately 1,846 acres of countryside and is the home to some 2,000 residents. Westbourne Village website is here.

Westbourne Village, West Sussex

Chichester is a Georgian city with many medieval aspects. Dr Thomas Sharp has commented: '...outside the special places like Oxford, Cambridge and Bath, the city has few rivals, and certainly none among the smaller towns'. The four main streets stretch out like a compass following the Roman and medieval plan and, although small in scale, Chichester radiates great stature. The old city packed itself between the walls yet there are unusually fine areas of park and gardens.

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Portsmouth with its historic ships, 11 Naval Museums, harbour trips and guided walks offers an opportunity to discover the history of this great Naval city and port.

Visit Southsea and picnic on the beach, or visit the blue reef aquarium, or the leisure centre with pool. You will be amazed at how much there is to do in Southsea.


Fishbourne Roman  Palace was discovered by accident  in 1960 and led to nine seasons of excavations.


The museum shows how the site developed from a military base at the time of the Roman invasion in AD43 to a sumptuous Palace by the end of the first century.


Weald & Downland Open Air Museum  is set in 50 acres of beautiful Sussex countryside and is a fascinating collection of nearly 50 historic buildings dating from the 13th to the 19th century, many with period gardens, together with farm animals, woodland walks and a picturesque lake.

Links to local Property Maintenance teams offering management support and the services of Painters & Decorators can be found here.

Weal and Downland


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