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    Co-Prom announces new Sales and Marketing Manager

    Co Prom Ltd is looking forward to welcoming Helen Pine in the position of Sales and Marketing Manager, alongside Jackie Sharp and Stephen Matthews. Helen has many years of experience in event management and marketing, most recently at Stansted House and Goodwood Estate. Helen also has 25 years of experience as a journalist, writer and editor so will assist across our social media platforms. When asked what she felt about

    Published 16:38 on 22 Jan 2020

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    Stonepillow's 30th Anniversary

    2019 marks the Stonepillow's 30th anniversary. We are hosting a Community Thank You event to commemorate 30 years of operation and to show our appreciation to the community who have supported us throughout the years. The event will take place in the Bishop's Private Garden in Chichester on Saturday 7th September 2019. We would like to invite all members of the local community to join us in saying thank you.

    Published 11:21 on 27 Jul 2019

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    Retro and Vintage Affair 2019 - St. Wilfrid's Hospice

    23 August 2019 If you're looking for that perfect outfit for the Goodwood Revival, or just something special for your wardrobe, you won't want to miss our annual Retro & Vintage Affair. The event has grown in popularity over the years and is now a highlight of our fundraising calendar. The Retro & Vintage Affair will be held at the Assembly Rooms in North Street, Chichester on Friday 23rd

    Published 10:55 on 27 Jul 2019

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    ​Towards a multi-purpose town centre

    Once protected by our privileged position, Chichester's shopping streets are now showing signs of the changes that have been sweeping the world since the arrival of the smart phone. Shops are finding it difficult to make ends meet as consumers abandon bricks and mortar but rents and government taxation levels fail to take into account the resulting fall in their revenues. Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) have become the fashionable option for local

    Published 00:00 on 15 May 2019

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