Chichester Observer

Video: Exodus Travels announces three-year sponsorship with parkrun UK

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Holiday village plan to let workers stay in Bracklesham

News 1
An artist's impression of what Cathedral Business Park might look like.

Traffic lights plan for A259 near Bognor Road roundabout

Business 1
Heavy showers

Parents publish tongue-in-cheek school report for Justine Greening

News 3

Thousands gather for last open day at Chichester Police Station


‘Constructive’ talks held to end Southern rail dispute

Politics 1
Many of the female guinea pigs are pregnant once again

COUNTY NEWS: Couple call for help after they accidentally breed 160 guinea pigs

The job losses were announced this morning. Picture: Eddie Mitchell

COUNTY NEWS: GSK job losses are ‘potentially devastating’

Joe McLarnon claims a close-fought win on the track for Chi juniors at Woking / Picture by Lee Hollyer

Athletes’ triumph shows future of the sport in Chichester is healthy

More Sports

PICTURE SPECIAL: Rocks get better of Chichester City

Non League
Scott Jones has hit the ground running in pre-season / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Chichester cheer as Brockenhurst and Alresford are beaten

Abz Patel has been in top form for Chichester Priory Park / Picture by Derek Martin

Chichester and Stirlands boost their promotion chances


Archer stars - and Sussex's first win is Hants' opening loss


Five-star Bognor given stern test by Chichester City


Trio join Rocks - will more follow them?

Non League

Hannon hopes for Lennox, Vintage and Molecomb success at Goodwood

Loxwood Joust's folk healer Emily Osbourne

Loxwood Joust: Try honey, snails and cobwebs for a bit of Medieval folk healing

Whats on
Jay Rayner by Levon Biss

Jay Rayner at the Petworth Festival.

Thomasin Trezise

Opera without the stuffiness!

Quinta Do Lago South golf course

Stunning setting in the heart of the Algarve


Kids get bored after just ten days of the summer holidays

The National Allotment Society. Picture: Hester Blewit

Jobs to tackle on your allotment in July