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Chichester has some high performing schools, you can see the latest Ofsted scores and reports HERE
Chichester has a population of 28,000 as recorded in the 2011 You.Gov census, but a larger community of hamlets and villages use Chichester for shopping and nights out.
The A27 runs to the south of the city, connecting with Brighton (40 minutes) and Portsmouth (24 minutes), Chichester also has good rail links. The fastest route to London Victoria is 1 hour and 30 minutes.
It’s not just Chichester removals, Armishaws are the first choice for local, national and international relocations for the Chichester area including;
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Once you’ve completed your Chichester removals and you’re ready to get out and explore, here’s our pick of the best that ‘Chi’ has to offer;
This fantastic café is the perfect place to watch the world go by and enjoy locally sourced treats. With it’s light bite or hearty lunch Charlie Harper’s delivers on flavour and atmosphere.
If you’re committed to sustainable shopping, you’ll love refilled. Selling wholefoods, cleaning products and more, simply take your own containers and only buy what you need.
Giving new life to classic styles, Cherry Vintage stock clothing covering a range of eras and top names with something for all ages. Stunning!
With events, tastings and generals ‘goings on’, Hennings is the perfect place to reward yourself after your Chichester removals. In facts it’s great for any celebration (or quiet night in).
County town, cathedral city, foodie haven and darling of the theatre, Chichester (or ‘Chi’ as it is often known locally) is an historic town with modern, eco-friendly tendencies. The location is great to explore the south with good transport links and access to countryside and beaches. At one point a major military base for the Romans, today it is a welcoming, small city without a spear or chariot in sight.
Home of the Chichester Festival, one of the UK’s leading theatre festivals, Chichester is well regarded by both artists and audiences who all love coming here. There is also a cinema, funky independent shops, great restaurants and lively nightlife.
Out of town there is plenty to explore with the Witterings, a stunning coastal area rich in wildlife and leading on to lovely beaches. The city also has a number of parks and green spaces and busy events calendar with comedy, art, photography, beer and food all getting a chance to shine.
Running to the south of the city, the A23 connects with Brighton (40 minutes) and Portsmouth (24 minutes). There are also good rail links across the coast and the fastest route to London Victoria is 1 hour and 30 minutes.