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Chichester

UK Place
Area
Total Area4.1 sq mi (10.67 km2)
Demography
Population23731 ( 2001 Census)
Population density2224.1/km2 5788/sq mi
Administration
ParishChichester
Districts of EnglandChichester
Shire countyWest Sussex
RegionSouth East England
CountryEngland
Other Information
Post townCHICHESTER
Postcode districtPO19 PO
Dialling code01243
UK ParliamentChichester

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Chichester (c-eniconˈtʃɪtʃɨstə; Sussex dialect: Chiddester c-eniconˈtʃɪdɨstə) is a cathedral city in West Sussex, within the historic County of Sussex, South-East England. It has a long history as a settlement; its Roman past and its subsequent importance in Anglo-Saxon times are only its beginnings. It is the seat of a bishopric, with a 12th century cathedral, and is home to some of the oldest churches and buildings in Great Britain.

Chichester today is a local government stronghold, with three levels of government being administered there. It is also a transport hub, and the centre for culture in the region, with a Festival theatre and two art galleries. Nearby Chichester Harbour, together with the South Downs and the city walls, provide opportunities for outdoor pursuits.

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Softball Notebook: Hagarty is doing it all for Chichester - Delaware County Daily Times Tweet this news
Delaware County Daily Times--Only a sophomore, she is -Chichester's- best player. It was the same way last year, when she led the Eagles in most offensive categories. It's the same story in 2011, the year that Hagarty and the Eagles believe they - Date : Tue, 12 Apr 2011 04:55:18 GMT+00:00
Visitors to Chichester Cathedral watch falcons nesting - BBC News Tweet this news
BBC News--Budding birdwatchers will be able to get a glimpse of a pair of nesting peregrine falcons at -Chichester- Cathedral. The falcons have been nesting at the cathedral for 11 years and have raised dozens of chicks. The project has been organised by - Date : Tue, 12 Apr 2011 12:55:01 GMT+00:00
Athletics starlet Alfred follows in footsteps of Sotherton and Lewis-Francis - Chichester Today Tweet this news
Chichester Today---CHICHESTER'S- Collins Alfred was celebrating after matching the achievements of Olympic stars Kelly Sotherton and Mark Lewis-Francis and scooping silver at the Aviva Sportshall UK Final in Birmingham. The 13-year-old came second in - Date : Tue, 12 Apr 2011 13:29:57 GMT+00:00
Chichester motorcyclist dies after hitting tree - BBC News Tweet this news
BBC News--A 47-year-old motorcyclist has died after his bike left the road and hit a tree in West Sussex. The rider of the red Suzuki GSF 1200, who has not yet been named by police, was pronounced dead at the scene on the B2179 in West Wittering. ... - Date : Tue, 12 Apr 2011 08:32:38 GMT+00:00
Family dog saved from fire in Upper Chichester - Delaware County Daily Times Tweet this news
Delaware County Daily Times--By Cindy Scharr, cscharr@delcotimes.com UPPER -CHICHESTER- - Firefighters saved a family's pet dog while making quick work of a fire that broke out in a home on Thomas Avenue on Monday morning. The fire, in a twin home at - Date : Tue, 12 Apr 2011 09:49:55 GMT+00:00
Northern Pass drops alternatives - Concord Monitor Tweet this news
Concord Monitor--Long said the five alternative routes - which include new rights of ways through several towns east of the White Mountain National Forest, as well as areas in Concord, Canterbury, Loudon, -Chichester- and other southern towns - were mostl - Date : Tue, 12 Apr 2011 04:17:16 GMT+00:00
Chichester's got talent - and tennis starlet Alex proves it - Chichester Today Tweet this news
Chichester Today--Alex Ellison, a junior member of -Chichester- Racquets & Fitness Club, attended an under-eight national talent ID day at Nottingham Tennis Centre. The LTA talent ID scheme operates at three levels - county, regional and national - Date : Mon, 11 Apr 2011 15:25:33 GMT+00:00
Parklands pupil becomes mayor for the day - Chichester Today Tweet this news
Chichester Today--The wonders of the universe were revealed to them at the -Chichester- Planetarium. The pupils then enjoyed their sandwiches during a boat trip along -Chichester- Canal before heading off to -Chichester- Festival Theatre for a tour. Back - Date : Tue, 12 Apr 2011 13:32:36 GMT+00:00
Design forum holds special conference in Chichester - Chichester Today Tweet this news
Chichester Today--The South Coast Design Forum will be holding a one-day conference in support of an exhibition of their patrons' work on Thursday, April 14. Interior designer Robin Day, who died last year, and his wife Lucienne, were patrons of the - Date : Mon, 11 Apr 2011 13:00:43 GMT+00:00
Chichester all set for premier netball - Chichester Today Tweet this news
Chichester Today---Chichester- Netball Club have just finished another great season in the Portsmouth League, finishing second in division one and gaining promotion to the premier league. The club are expanding for the summer season, introducing another t - Date : Sat, 26 Mar 2011 08:15:59 GMT+00:00

Settlements in the Chichester district of West Sussex

CitiesChichester |
TownsMidhurst * Petworth * Selsey |
Villages and
Hamlets
Apuldram * Barlavington * Bepton * Bignor * Birdham * Bosham * Boxgrove * Bracklesham * Bury * Byworth * Charlton * Chidham * Chithurst * Coates * Cocking * Colworth * Compton * Didling * Donnington * Dumpford * Duncton * Earnley * Eartham * Easebourne * East Ashling * East Dean * East Harting * East Lavant * East Lavington * East Marden * East Wittering * Ebernoe * Egdean * Elsted * Fernhurst * Fishbourne * Fittleworth * Funtington * Graffham * Halnaker * Heyshott * Hunston * Ifold * Iping * Kirdford * Linch * Linchmere * Lodsworth * Loxwood * Lurgashall * Merston * Mid Lavant * Milland * North Marden * North Mundham * Northchapel * Nutbourne * Nyewood * Oving * Plaistow * Rogate * Runcton * Selham * Sidlesham * Singleton * South Ambersham * South Harting * South Mundham * Southbourne * Stedham * Stopham * Stoughton * Sutton * Tangmere * Tillington * Trotton * Up Marden * Upperton * Upwaltham * Walderton * West Ashling * West Burton * West Dean * West Harting * West Itchenor * West Lavington * West Marden * West Stoke * West Thorney * West Wittering * Westbourne * Westhampnett * Wisborough Green * Woodmancote * Woolbeding |
Civil ParishesList of civil parishes in Chichester

Places with city status in the United Kingdom

EnglandBath * Birmingham * Bradford * Brighton & Hove * Bristol * Cambridge * Canterbury * Carlisle * Chester * Chichester * Coventry * Derby * Durham * Ely * Exeter * Gloucester * Hereford * Kingston upon Hull * Lancaster * Leeds * Leicester * Lichfield * Lincoln * Liverpool * City of London * Manchester * Newcastle upon Tyne * Norwich * Nottingham * Oxford * Peterborough * Plymouth * Portsmouth * Preston * Ripon * St Albans * Salford * Salisbury * Sheffield * Southampton * Stoke-on-Trent * Sunderland * Truro * Wakefield * Wells * Westminster * Winchester * Wolverhampton * Worcester * York
ScotlandAberdeen * Dundee * Edinburgh * Glasgow * Inverness * Stirling
WalesBangor * Cardiff * Newport * St David's * Swansea
Northern IrelandArmagh * Belfast * Derry * Lisburn * Newry

Major towns of Roman Britain

Londinium (capital of Britannia Superior) - now London
Eboracum (capital of Britannia Inferior) - now York
Camulodunum (first 'capital' of Roman Britain) - now Colchester Bannaventa* (Northamptonshire) * Caesaromagus - now Chelmsford * Calleva Atrebatum* (Hampshire) * Corinium Dobunnorum - now Cirencester * Deva Victrix - now Chester * Durovernum Cantiacorum - now Canterbury * Durnovaria - now Dorchester * Glevum - now Gloucester * Isca Augusta - now Caerleon * Isca Dumnoniorum - now Exeter * Isurium Brigantum - now Aldborough * Lactodurum - now Towcester * Lindum Colonia - now Lincoln * Luguvalium - now Carlisle * Moridunum - now Carmarthen * Noviomagus Reginorum - now Chichester * Petuaria - now Brough-on-Humber * Ratae Corieltauvorum - now Leicester * Venta Belgarum - now Winchester * Venta Icenorum* (Norfolk) * Venta Silurum - now Caerwent * Verulamium - now St Albans * Viroconium Cornoviorum* (Shropshire)
See also: List of Roman place names in Britain
* Towns labeled with an asterisk have not grown into a modern UK location (their county is shown instead)



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