A day trip to Chichester by train.
Beginning as a settlement in Roman times Chichester is the seat of a bishopric, with a 12th-century cathedral.
Catching the 10.06am train from Victoria and returning on the 5.08pm, optional activities include a self-guided tour of the cathedral, a stroll through the beautiful Bishop’s Palace gardens, a walk along the Roman walls and a viewing of one of the best collections of 20th century British art in the world. This is displayed at the Pallant House Art Gallery, half price admission (£5) Tuesdays. Bring a packed lunch to enjoy while listening to a free lunchtime concert in the cathedral (1.10-2.10pm, wind and string octet). We shall round off the day with afternoon tea in the cathedral cloister café! Register your interest with Margaret and please buy return train tickets in advance or give £13 to Margaret by Sunday 25th September if you would like her to purchase the tickets for you. Contact the Office for more information.