Slindon is a village just to the north of the A27 at its junction with the A29 between Chichester and Arundel and includes Slindon Common to the south-east. It lies within the Slindon Estate that extends north to Bignor.
Mill Lane House
Brief details of this accommodation offering self-catering by the week or short breaks with bed and continental breakfast.
Nore Folly
Brief history of this 18th century sham ruin with photographs and map.
The Pumpkin King's Crowning Glory - Telegraph
Article on the annual Halloween themed roof display of pumpkins.
Slindon
This Wikipedia encyclopaedia entry describes the village and the cricket club.
Slindon College
Independent school for boys. Describes its activities with information about boarding, curriculum and cadet force.
Slindon Cricket Club - Wikipedia
Article on the 1741 to 1749 cricket seasons when Slindon had the most famous team in England.
Slindon Estate
Brief description and list of facilities of this National Trust property.
Spur of Slindon
Garage specialising in the sale of used vans. Includes catalogue of available vehicles and map.
St Mary Church
Church of England. Includes services times and parish map.
Welcome to Slindon!
Village site including history, news, diary, village guide, message board, information on businesses, clubs, services, and facilities.
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