2nd February 2015                                                                      All photos by Hetty

We stopped at Chichester on our way to Portslade. It is an interesting town that still has a lot of its town walls.

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Outside a shoe shopS1054944 copy

Tiles, either side of a shop doorway

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Former London and County BankS1054948 copy

Chichester Market Cross 1501. Four clocks were added to the cross in 1726S1054949 copyThe cathedral was started in the 11th centuryS1054953 copy

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S1054965 copyThe cloistersS1054959 copy

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The copper font and light coming through a stained glass windowS1054969 copy

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S1054978 copyEarly 15th century screenS1054979 copy16th century paintingsS1054981 copy

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An ancient large print book, so that several could sing from itS1054984 copy

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The Lady ChapelS1054991 copy S1054992 copy

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In the TreasuryS1054995 copy

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A knight and his lady, holding hands. 14th centuryS1054998 copyA bell in the sailor’s chapelS1055000 copy

The Bishop’s Palace gardenS1055001 copy

The city walls – originally RomanS1055002 copy

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Next day – Steyning

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