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  1. "There But Not There"

    • Event TypeParticipatory Event
    • VenueArundel Cathedral
    • Address London Road, Arundel, West Sussex, BN18 9AY
    • Start10 May 2018 00:00
    • End11 Nov 2018 00:00

    Details

    Don't miss this moving and poignant installation to honour Arundel's fallen of World War 1

    Transparent silhouettes have taken their position in the pews of Arundel Cathedral and nearby St Nicholas Church to honour the fallen listed on the local war memorial.

    There-but-not-there Arundel Cathedral 2018

    http://www.stnicholas-arundel.co.uk/news/there-but-not-there/

    93 silhouettes have been placed in both landmark locations to depict the shadows of soldiers left absent in the wake of the war. The installations will be in place until Armistice Day for member of the public to visit.

     

    Lord Henry Arundel commented: “I’m delighted by the installation of 93 silhouettes at Arundel. The ‘There But Not There’ campaign is a truly outstanding national venture, not only remembering the sacrifices of those who lived through war 100 years ago, but also channelling that into real help for veterans and others living today. Like so many other towns around the country, Arundel suffered greatly with the loss of its 93 fallen, and the Cathedral and St Nicholas Church are the perfect places for us to remember them.”

    “The Arundel Town Council recognises the significant loss of service personnel in our small town. We wanted to ensure that the 100 year commemoration of WW1 is highlighted in a powerful and informative manner. The ‘There but not there’ campaign delivers a stunning and poignant tribute to those who never returned to their loved ones here. The educational part of the campaign is essential, so that future generations do not forget the great sacrifice they made for this country and what an effect it had on villages. 93 silhouettes in a single place of worship is a haunting reminder of those lives that were so precious to our community.  Each one has a unique story to tell."  Councillor Lucy Ashworth, Mayor of Arundel

     

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  2. Summer events at Pagham Harbour and other RSPB sites in and around Sussex by the Sea

    Details

    Pagham Harbour Local Nature Reserve  is a glorious and peaceful nature reserve, one of the few undeveloped stretches of the Sussex coast, and an internationally important wetland site for wildlife.

    Click on the link above to see all the current activities taking place around the reserve throughout the year.

     

    More RSPB sites around Sussex by the Sea

    There's a huge range of activities taking place at the RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds)sites in and around Sussex by the Sea this summer.

    Click on this link to the RSPB website and select from a wide range of events

    Further links below will take you to information about the nearest RSPB sites 

     

    Medmerry - the RSPB's newest nature reserve with long walks and cycle rides through an amazing new landscape only a stone's throw from Pagham Harbour.

    Amberley Wildbrooks The floodplain of the River Arun extends across a broad sweep of undisturbed wet grassland, intersected with wildlife-rich ditches, surrounded by woodlands, and overlooked by the South Downs.

    Pulborough Brooks  a fantastic day out for people of all ages. Walks lead through hedge-lined paths to viewing areas and hides where volunteers are often on hand to help point out the wildlife.Visitor Centre 9.30am-5pm daily, except Christmas Day and Boxing Day. The nature trail is open daily sunrise to sunset, except Christmas Day.

    Bracklesham Bay lowland wet grassland immediately behind a shingle bank seawall, part of the Bracklesham Bay Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).

    Pilsey Island  a wide range of coastal habitats; intertidal sandflats and mudflats, fore dunes and yellow dunes, bare and vegetated shingle and saltmarsh.There is no access to the reserve itself, but it can easily be viewed from surrounding rights of way.The reserve can be viewed at all times, but please note that access to the Thorney Island MoD Base may be denied for military security reasons.

    Langstone Harbour  a muddy estuary that attracts large numbers of birds all year round. Terns, gulls and wading birds descend to breed on the islands in spring and summer, while thousands of waders and brent geese migrate from the Arctic to feed and roost in safety here.

    Adur Estuary The small reserve is composed of saltmarsh and mudflats that afford a good feeding and roosting site for waders and wildfowl. The reserve has no facilities as such, but it can be readily viewed from the surrounding footpaths and rewarding views can be had from Coronation Green, which is situated near the town centre of Shoreham-by-Sea.

     

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  3. Littlehampton Town Artisan Market 2018

    • Event TypeSale
    • VenueLittlehampton Town Centre
    • Address , Littlehampton, West Sussex, BN17 5EW
    • Start06 Oct 2018 10:00
    • End06 Oct 2018 16:00

    Details

    Artists, local producers & creators, artisan craft makers, antiques,antiquarian books, busking, performance and all the colourful characters which make up the local coastline & downlands around us along the South Coast.
     
    Open & keen for buskers and performers to grace the High Street with a kaleidoscope of entertainment.
     
    A chance for locals & visitors alike to gain a fresh understanding of the many community organisations,clubs and goods available within Littlehampton Town.
     
     
     
    Littlehampton Artisan Market. Fisrts Saturday of the month April - December 2018
     

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  4. Autumn Countryside Show at the Weald & Downland Museum

    • Event TypeShow / Display
    • VenueWeald & Downland Living Museum
    • Address , Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 0EU
    • Start06 Oct 2018 10:30
    • End07 Oct 2018 17:00

    Details

    AUTUMN COUNTRYSIDE SHOW
    SATURDAY 06 OCTOBER TO SUNDAY 07 OCTOBER 2018
    10.30am - 5.00pm


    Experience the sights and sounds of the countryside, and celebrate the end of the harvest at this wonderful seasonal show!

    The popular seasonal show features traditional working demonstrations – including heavy horses and vintage tractors ploughing – steam-powered threshing, plus a woodland and rural craft demonstrations, displays and competitions.


    The Museum’s 40-acre downland site is the perfect location for this annual festival, which celebrates and showcases many traditional countryside activities. Vintage tractors will be busy preparing the ground for sowing after the harvest and there will be a display of tractors and farm implements for visitors to enjoy.

    STEAM-THRESHING DEMONSTRATIONS

    HORTICULTURAL SHOW

    CRAFTS, DEMONSTRATIONS, FOOD & DRINK
     

    HOW TO EXHIBIT
    If you are interested in exhibiting at this event, please download our revised Autumn and Countryside Show- Exhibitor Application and Booking Form.

    If you have any questions, please contact the events team on 01243 811032 or tradestands@wealddown.co.uk.

    OPENING HOURS
    The Museum is open for the Autumn Countryside Show on Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 October 2018, from 10.30am-5pm. Regular Museum entry charges apply, which include admission to the Autumn Countryside Show. Entry is free for Annual Members. Children aged 4 years and under enter for free.

    The Museum’s waterside café will be open, plus there are undercover and outdoor picnic areas. Food stands at the event will include hot and cold foods, sweets and much more! Visitors can also enjoy a pint at the bar on site.

    Visitors with disabilities are advised to view our accessibility page in advance of their visit.

    Click on the What's On Calendar to view all the events, so you can plan your next visit... and the next one too. 

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  5. Crafty Pint Market

    • Event TypeSale
    • VenueAldwick British Legion
    • Address 20 Hewart's Lane, Bognor Regis, West Sussex, PO21 3DS
    • Start07 Oct 2018 11:00
    • End07 Oct 2018 16:00

    Details

    Crafty Pint Markets at the Aldwick British Legion, Bognor Regis

     
     
     
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