ARUN ENGLISH Homestay is situated very near to many places of interest. Below are a few links you may find useful to help give you a feel for the area and some ideas for some excursions during your stay.
London, the capital of England and the UK, is the world’s ninth-largest city. London is made up of two ancient cities which are now joined together: The City of London, know simply as ‘the City’ which is the business and financial heart of the United Kingdom. The City of Westminster, where Parliament and most of the government offices are located. Also Buckingham Palace, the official London residence of the Queen and the Royal family are located there too.
Arundel Castle, seat of The Duke of Norfolk, has a magnificent collection of paintings, furniture, clocks, heraldry and stained glass.
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Chichester is a cathedral city in West 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 bishop, with a 12th century cathedral, and is home to some of the oldest churches and buildings in Great Britain.
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Chichester Festival Theatre
Chichester Festival Theatre is one of the UK’s flagship theatres with an international reputation for creating magical live performances. Its heritage is synonymous with excellence in all things theatrical, from acting and staging to costume.
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Situated in the Sussex countryside in the United Kingdom and under the private ownership of the Dukes of Richmond for 300 years. Goodwood is an International sporting venue and family home to the Earl of March. Major Society Events include: The Festival of Speed, The Motor Circuit Revival Meeting, Festival Week, Glorious Goodwood.
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There’s a warm welcome waiting for you in Portsmouth. The city is home to three hugely important historic ships, HMS Victory, HMS Warrior and The Mary Rose, Henry VIII’s warship that sank in the Solent just off of Southsea Castle. These are all housed at the Historic Dockyard, home of the Royal Navy and one of the top ten visitor attractions in the UK.
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A few miles south of Chichester and about 10 miles from Worthing, you’ll find the seaside resort of Bognor Regis. Lying in the lee of Selsey Bill and sheltered by the Isle of Wight and South Downs, Bognor proudly boast that it is the sunniest place in Britain.
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Worthing Visitors Guide
Situated between the South Downs, Arun Valley and five miles of award-winning coastline, Worthing is enjoying a welcome renaissance. Having successfully changed its image to become a colourful, fun-packed resort, it attracts visitors from near and far to its beautiful beach, famous theatres, excellent shopping facilities, good restaurants and lively pubs.
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Brighton and Hove Visitors Guide
The twin towns of Brighton and Hove – vibrant, exciting, eclectic, seedy, showy – became a city in December 2000. Situated between the sea and the tranquil Sussex Downs, Brighton is one of the UK’s most popular visitor destinations
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