Review of Chichester by Dennis James on June 25th, 2007
The village venue looks terrific. What's giving me heartburn, and no doubt many other tourists trying to do two venues in one day, is the 10:30 opening. As it is we will only have an hour and 15 at the site before having to leave to make an appointment in Shaftsbury. Is it possible to get in by 10am? I've noticed the common opening of 10am at most venues and wonder why this is so considering the flow of site hungry tourists like us. Regards, Dennis James. Historian. Teacher.
Review of Chichester by Pete Butler on March 26th, 2006
A vibrant, popular and exciting city, Chichester has a rich history, from Roman and Saxon through to its awe-inspiring Norman presence in the shape of its vast cathedral, and later Medieval buildings. During the Norman period a motte-&-bailey castle was established in Chichester, though had a short life, and all that remains today is its rather sad looking, truncated motte.
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