Keep It Real
Keep it Real is a new toolkit to help tourism businesses to sell sustainability as part of their unique offer, something many organisations on the Manhood Peninsula do already for their visitors.
It is designed for those businesses who have already taken action to be more sustainable and want to maximise the marketing opportunities that may exist. Produced by England’s regional tourism bodies in association with VisitEngland, and written by the International Centre for Responsible Tourism, the toolkit is packed with case studies from around the country. By illustrating the Who, Why, Where, When and What is involved, Keep it Real is designed to give businesses the confidence to talk about sustainability and make it part of their sales proposition.
Follow this link to either read or download Keep it Real
A small village on the shore of Chichester Harbour and on the western side of the Manhood Peninsula Birdham is mainly known for its two locked marinas. One of these, Birdham Pool is thought to be the oldest marina in the country. The other, Chichester Marina, is one of the largest marinas in the country. Between Birdham Pool and... Read More»
Sidlesham lies to the south of Chichester on the eastern side of the Manhood Peninsula. The whole parish is notably very flat and low-lying containing extensive farmland. It has a significant coastal fringe, which includes part of Pagham Harbour. One third of Pagham Harbour is within the parish, it is Local Nature Reserve (LNR) now designated a Site of... Read More»
Hunston is a small, semi-rural village found in the northern part of the Manhood Peninsula, but still a couple of kilometers (1.5 miles) south of Chichester city centre. There are few houses to be found here allowing a true village atmosphere to be retained. The village is home to Hunston Manor, a moated manor house dating from c1670 parts of... Read More»