Chichester Then & Now
As one of England’s most ancient settlements, Chichester has seen a lot of change over its lifetime of over two thousand years, developing through Roman, Anglo-Saxon and Norman rule into the cathedral City we all know today.
Chichester Then & Now compares historical images of the city with their modern equivalents, unveiling astounding survivals, unfortunate losses, and exciting new developments that are sure to capture the interest of anyone interested in the history of England, and of those who know and love Chichester.
Philip MacDougall has lived in the Chichester area since 2000. He is a member of Southbourne Parish Council, and edits West Sussex History, an annual journal published through West Sussex Records Office. His previous publications for The History Press include A Century of Chatham and The Story of Chichester.