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Final STOMP Destination Management Plan

Final STOMP Destination Management Plan

For the last year Chichester University has been researching a new Destination Management Plan (DMP) for the Manhood Peninsula through the STOMP project (Sustainable Tourism On the Manhood Peninsula). Jorge Gutic, Chichester University, author of the plan, gathered feedback  from as many people as possible to inform the document, which is available via the link below.

Please follow this link to access the final STOMP Destination Management Plan for the Manhood Peninsula

 

 

 

 

Coastal Change Pathfinder

Coastal Change Pathfinder

In late 2009 the Government awarded £11 million in grants to local authorities who demonstrated the best and most innovative ideas for dealing with and adapting to coastal change. To its delight, Chichester District Council was awarded £450,000 and and became part of the Coastal Change Pathfinder Project. The project began properly in May 2010 and continued until the end of June 2011. A total... Read More»

Archaeology, History & Culture

Archaeology, History & Culture

The history of the Manhood Peninsula and its settlements is long enough to include Early Man and the Romans. The area has been in active use for millennia and can boast walks and cycling, woods and fields. You can go back even further in time by discovering the fossils of Bracklesham Bay. Find out more about the archaeology and history of the... Read More»

Medmerry

Medmerry

The RSPB's newest nature reserve at Medmerry offers long walks and cycle rides through an amazing new landscape only a stone's throw from Pagham Harbour, with new mudflats, tidal lagoons, saltmarsh, wildlife-friendly farmland, dragonfly-rich ditches and great views and sunsets. Situated on the Manhood Peninsula coast, south of Chichester, this is a ground breaking project and the first of its kind... Read More»