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Breaking the log-jam

February 2018

There is a climate of opinion in every business improvement district, and ours is a prime example, where businesses do not feel represented. To break this log-jam, my role as...

GDPR Workshops: Are you ready?

January 2018

Are you aware of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that is coming into place in May 2018? The Chichester Chamber of Commerce is running two Workshops so you can...

The Festival of Flowers

January 2018

The Festival of Flowers returns to Chichester Cathedral from 31st May – 2nd June 2018. This biennial event will feature over 80 flower arrangements, with over 50,000 blooms and will...

Harbour Voices New Year Concert For Dreambuilding

December 2017

Harbour Voices Community Choir is ‘singing in’ the New Year with a special concert in aid of St Wilfrid’s Hospice DREAMBUILDING Appeal. The event will take place at St Paul’s...

Christmas Office Opening Hours

December 2017

Emergency Numbers: If you experience a situation which is likely to cause serious injury to a person, serious risk of damage or damage to property always dial 999. Do not...

In My View – Doug Price

November 2017

When I was invited by a local business man to join Rotary. I joined because I was a new businessman needing to find new friends and expand my contacts and...

Late Night Shopping

October 2017

Late night shopping is taking place in Chichester on Thursday 23rd & 30th November and 7th, 14th and 21st December. Please find below a list of shops that will be...

In My View – Sebastian Martin

October 2017

Chichester City centre is a strong retail destination, with a wide variety of occupiers from national brands to local independents. It not only caters for local shoppers, but also attracts...