A Chichester Miscellany

  • Imprint: Summersdale
  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 160
  • Price: £9.99
  • Publication date: 15 March 2013
  • ISBN: 9781849533799

About the book

Home to a magnificent Norman Cathedral, Chichester was created by the Romans and developed as a thriving market town in the Middle Ages. The Georgians added an array of splendid buildings which still enhance the city today, and during recent decades Chichester has emerged as a major centre for the arts, with an enviable reputation. In this captivating compendium of fascinating facts and quirky true stories, Phil Hewitt reveals the intriguing history and the hidden delights of one of our best-loved cathedral cities.

About the author

Phil Hewitt is group arts editor for Sussex Group Newspapers. His books include Chichester Remembered, Chichester: Then and Now, Gosport: Then and Now and Keep on Running: The Highs and Lows of a Marathon Addict (ISBN: 978 1 84953 236 5).

Reviews

'Full of oohs and aahs… To read things about where you reside is always enlightening, but the bottom line is that this book is fun.'

Christopher Timothy

'A must for Chichester lovers… gem of a book'

Sussex Life Magazine