SPENS COTTAGE Old Bosham - West Sussex

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Bosham Raptackle at Dusk (courtesy www.bosham.org)
Bosham Quayside (Courtesy www.bosham.org)

About Bosham

About Bosham

Bosham is a picturesque place to visit.
 
The Village stands on a small peninsula between two tidal creeks at the eastern end of Chichester Harbour in West Sussex

Bosham is 3 miles South West of the beautiful City of Chichester, and is often described as the prettiest of the villages in Chichester Harbour

As well as providing an excellent sanctuary for migrating wildfowl Bosham is a wonderful centre for sailing with literally hundreds of moorings for boats and yachts.

Artists, walkers and weekenders love the place and year round it draws visitors like a magnet, particularly those with a sense of history.

Bosham is thought by many to be the birth and burial place of the last Saxon King: Harold, King of England & Earl of Wessex.

It was from Bosham that he sailed for Normandy in 1064 and both he and Bosham Church are depicted in the Bayeux Tapestry.

Bosham Lasers
Bosham Quayside2 (Courtesy of www.bosham.org)
Bosham Church on the Bayeaux Tapestry
Bosham at Dusk - www.morganofwight.com

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