Published May 1991
by Ulverscroft Large Print .
Written in English
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Selsey is a seaside town and civil parish, about eight miles (12 km) south of Chichester in West Sussex, lies at the southernmost point of the Manhood Peninsula, almost cut off from mainland Sussex by the sea. It is bounded to the west by Bracklesham Bay, to the north by Broad Rife (rife being the local word for stream or creek), to the east by Pagham Harbour and terminates in District: Chichester. The Selsey Private Club Ltd Coxes Rd (4, mi) Chichester, UK PO20 9AN5/5(1). In its place, Selsey gets a new, glamorous lifeboat centre and craft. There is lots of new housing, and a brand new Asda. After a devastating fire, Selsey’s Academy is being rebuilt. Towards Chichester, a 19th Century Carmelit convent is being reborn as Chichester Free School. Classless Selsey is eight miles south of classy Chichester. Selsey and the Manhood Peninsula on which it lies have been inhabited since the Stone Age and its name takes its roots from the Saxon Seals-ey, or literally, “The isle of seals”. Over the centuries, it has also been known as Seoles, and was referred to in the Domesday Book of A.D. as Selesei, and in the medieval period, Celesye.
Selsey is a seaside town and civil parish, about eight miles (12 km) south of Chichester, in the Chichester District of West Sussex, lies at the southernmost point of the Manhood Peninsula, almost cut off from mainland Sussex by the sea. It is bounded to the west by Bracklesham Bay, to the north by Broad Rife (rife being the local word for stream or creek), to the east by Pagham. Welcome To Selsey Golf Club *** AS PER RECENT GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES, ALL GOLF COURSES IN THE UK ARE NOW CLOSED *** NOW OPEN TO NON-MEMBERS / GREEN FEE'S. With incredible views of the Downs as a back drop, and situated next to the coast, Selsey GC boasts a truly beautiful & testing 9-hole links-type course. Toponymy. Although the place name Selsey has existed since Saxon times, and is derived from the Old English meaning Seal's Island, there is no evidence to suggest that the place name Selsey Bill is particularly old. A survey of the area included in a report for the Royal Navy, by Dummer and Wiltshaw mentioned Selsey Island but not Selsey Bill.. The place name does not appear to have been. Selsey Gold offers commuter travel for an average of £ per day (when you buy a 7-day megarider) and little over £3 for more frequent travellers – less than what many pay to just park. Stagecoach Gold is the brain child of Chief Executive Sir Brian Souter who wanted a product that rewarded loyal customers and areas with high patronage.
Selsey Abbey was founded by St Wilfrid in AD on land donated at Selsey by the local Anglo-Saxon ruler, King Æðelwealh of Sussex, Sussex's first Christian king. The Kingdom of Sussex was the last area of Anglo-Saxon England to be evangelised.. The abbey became the seat of the Sussex bishopric, until it was moved, after a synod in , to Chichester. Selsey is a town on the south coast of England, nine miles south of Chichester, in West Sussex. It has a population of ab people, but a hundred years ago it was a small fishing village of about people and was used as a summer playground for Londoners, a . Middleton Press do "Branch Line to Selsey", which covers the route. From memory (I no longer have the book) it has maps of all of it as well as the photos. Perhaps your library could get a copy? - Certainly mine has got their books for me in the past (I live in Northumberland - we have quite a good library service). Dvid. Ansichtskarte / Postkarte Selsey West Sussex England, High Street, Beach, Medmerry Caravan Site, Iron Latch Cottage and a great selection of related books, art .