Welcome to our exciting online project. Have a look around and please feel free to get involved.
What does Chichester Harbour mean to you? Have you a particular memory connected with the harbour? Perhaps it was your first experience in a boat, a great day out fishing, an encounter with a seal or other wildlife or even an extreme weather event. Whatever your story, we want to hear it!
Simply tell your memory, add photos and video, or just browse through the hundreds of stories already online.
Most importantly, if you have enjoyed visiting this website, please tell others about it.
Memories recorded so far
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1. Leave a memory
Do you have a fond memory of Chichester Harbour? If you have a story to tell, an interesting photo or even a video we would love to add it to our map. In a few simple steps you too can leave your mark here.Get Started
2. Browse Memories
Use the map to browse through the hundreds of stories that have already been added. Use the tools on the left to zoom in, out and around and the timeline at the bottom of the map to select particular time periods.View Map
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Featured and latest memories:
Chichester Harbour Memories:
A Useful Parachute
It was the winter of 1941 when a Wellington crashed on Gardners, off East…
East Head 1941
With a barely audible crunch the bow of the whaler hits the East Head
- East Head