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Only websites relevent to the entire district are to be found here. Most should be listed either in their localities, at county level if their locality categories don''t yet exist or they have offices in more than one location.

Generally the only sites listed here will be governmental or organisational sites. Bodies that regard the District as their catchment area (eg sports teams) should suggest their sites either to locality or county level.

Adur consists of Sompting, Lancing, Shoreham-by-Sea (or Shoreham) and Southwick.
Please only suggest web sites related to Albourne, Hassocks, West Sussex, BN6 to this category.
Albourne is a village on the A23 north of Hove and due west of Hurstpierpoint.
Please only suggest sites relevant to Amberley and it''s surrounding area. If the site refers to a locality outside the village, please preface the description wth the locality name.
Ambereley is a village and parish in the Horsham District, to the east of Storrington, between Pulborough and Arundel. It is best known for the Amberley Working Museum.
Angmering is a village between Littlehampton to the west and Worthing to the east. It lies south of the A27 and north of East Preston.
Please suggest sites only with a physical presence in Ansty or the surrounding area.
Ansty is a village between Bolney and Cuckfield on the junction of the A272 and B2036.
Apuldram (or Appledram) is a dispersed village bounded by the River Lavant to the north, to the west by Chichester harbour and to the south and east by Chichester Marina and the Chichester Canal. It has a harbour suitable for small craft at high tide - Dell Quay. To the south is Birdham, to the east Donnington and Stockbridge, to the north-west Fishbourne and to the north-east Chichester
Please only suggest sites for the village of Ardingly and its surrounds.
Ardingly is four miles north of Haywards Heath on the B2028
Please see the West Sussex description for more details on which sites may be listed here. Thank you
This category includes sites about artistic, cultural and entertainment activities, events, institutions, businesses and organisations which are based in non-listed or multiple locations in West Sussex.
Only websites relevent to the entire district are to be found here. Most should be listed either in their localities, at county level if their locality categories don''t yet exist or they have offices in more than one location.

Generally the only sites listed here will be governmental or organisational sites.
The District of Arun is made up of the following parishes: Aldingbourne, Aldwick, Angmering, Arundel, Barnham, Bersted, Bognor Regis, Burpham, Clapham, Climping, East Preston, Eastergate, Felpham, Ferring, Findon, Ford, Houghton, Kingston, Littlehampton, Lyminster, Madehurst, Middleton-on-Sea, Pagham, Patching, Poling, Rustington, Slindon, South Stoke, Walberton, Warningcamp, and Yapton
Please only suggest sites relevant to Arundel and the surrounding area. If the site relates to a locality outside Arundel, please preface the description with the locality name. Note: sites relating to Ford should be suggested to the Ford Category.
Arundel is a town and civil parish on the A27 north of Littlehampton and between Chichester and Worthing. It is known for it's castle, Cathedral and the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust reserve.
Please only submit web sites related to Ashington and the surrounding area.
Ashington is a village on the A24 about half way between Worthing and Horsham.
Please only suggest sites relevant to Balcombe and it''s surrounding area. If the site refers to a locality outside the village, please preface the description with the locality name.
Balcombe is a village in the Mid Sussex District, on the railway line between Crawley and Haywards Heath.
Please only suggest sites relevant to Barnham and it''s surrounding area. If the site refers to a locality outside the village, please preface the description wth the locality name.
Barnham is a village in the Arun District, to the north-east of Bognor Regis, on the railway line between Chichester and Littlehampton.
Please only submit sites related to Billingshurst and its environs.
Billingshurst is a large village lying on the old Roman road of Stane Street to the south west of Horsham. The bustling village centre has a wide range of shops, catering for both villagers and the surrounding rural area. It has several industrial areas and a main line railway station. It is part of Horsham District and its closest neighbours are Horsham, Pulborough and Wisborough Green.
Birdham is a village and civil parish adjacent to Chichester Harbour, between Itchenor and Chichester and includes Chichester Marina.
Please ensure that, where a site would be more appropriately listed under one of the sub-categories of the topic, that they are suggested as appropriate. Sites located in Middleton-on-Sea should be suggested to the Middleton-on-Sea category. Sites located in Pagham and Nyetimber should be suggested to the Pagham category.
Bognor Regis is a seaside town south of Chichester. It consists of the centre with the outlying villages of Aldwick, Rose Green, West Meads, North and South Bersted, Pagham, Felpham and Middleton-on-Sea.
Please only suggest sites relevant to Bolney and it''s surrounding area. If the site refers to a locality outside the village, please preface the description with the locality name.
Bolney is a village on the A23, just north of it's intersection with the A272 (about halfway between Crawley and Hove). Haywards Heath is approximately 2 miles to the east, and Burgess Hill the same distance to the south-east. Horsham is approximately 6 miles to the north-west.
Please only suggest sites relevant to Bosham and it''s surrounding area. If the site refers to a locality outside the village, please preface the description with the locality name.
Bosham is a village on the A259 between Chidham and Fishbourne, and south of the A27. The village includes the hamlet of Broadbridge on the A259 but lies between the A259 and Chichester Harbour.
East Wittering and Bracklesham are two coastal villages in the Chichester District, on Bracklesham Bay between the mouth of Chichester Harbour and Selsey.
Please only suggest sites relevant to Bramber and it''s surrounding area. If the site refers to a locality outside the village, please preface the description with the locality name.
Bramber is a settlement on the outskirts of Steyning on the A283.
Please only suggest sites relevant to Broadbridge Heath and it''s surrounding area. If the site refers to a locality outside the village, please preface the description with the locality name.
Broadbridge Heath is a village to the west of Horsham separated from it by the A24.
Please only suggest sites relevant to Burgess Hill and it''s surrounding area. If the site refers to a locality outside the village, please preface the description with the locality name.
Burgess Hill is a town halfway between Brighton and Crawley, with Hassocks, Keymer and Ditchling to its south and Haywards Heath and Anstey to its north.
Please only submit web sites related to Bury and its immediately surrounding area.
Bury is a small village just North of the South Downs on the river Arun
Locality is not based on the area a business serves, but on the actual location of it''s premises. Please see the West Sussex description for more details on which sites may be listed here. Please see whether your site should be suggested to a sub-category instead. Thank you
This category includes sites covering business and economic activities, including listings of most companies and industries, which are based in non-listed or multiple locations in West Sussex.
Please only suggest web sites related to Charlton, Chichester, West Sussex PO18 to this category.
Thank you.
Charlton is a village north of Chichester between Singleton to the west and East Dean to the east.
Please note

1) Chichester Marina is in Birdham
2) Chichester Harbour is not in the city of Chichester - LOOK AT A MAP!!!. Sites for the harbour should be suggested to the appropriate location or the appropriate sub-category of West Sussex Categories for locations around the harbour include Birdham, Bosham, Chidham and Nutbourne, Emsworth, Fishbourne, Hayling Island, Itchenor, Southbourne, and West Wittering.

2) There are specific categories for Fishbourne, Hunston, and Lavant. Sites located elsewhere outside of the built up area of Chichester and West Broyle should be suggested to the appropriate sub-category of West Sussex with the name of their location in the description..
Chichester is a civil parish and city including the built-up area of Chichester and the outlying village of West Broyle to the north-west. It is land-locked.
Only websites relevent to the entire district are to be found here. Most should be listed either in their localities, at county level if their locality categories don''t yet exist or they have offices in more than one location.

Generally the only sites listed here will be governmental or organisational sites.
Chichester District consists of the following parishes: Appledram, Barlavington, Bepton, Bignor, Birdham, Bosham, Boxgrove, Bury, Chichester, Chidham, Cocking, Compton, Donnington, Duncton, Earnley, Eartham, Easebourne, East Dean, East Lavington, East Wittering and Bracklesham, Ebernoe, Elsted and Treyford, Fernhurst, Fishbourne, Fittleworth, Funtington, Graffham, Harting, Heyshott, Hunston, Kirdford, Lavant, Linch, Linchmere, Lodsworth, Loxwood, Lurgashall, Marden, Midhurst, Milland, North Mundham, Northchapel, Oving, Petworth, Plaistow and Ifold, Rogate, Selsey, Sidlesham, Singleton, Southbourne, Stedham with Iping, Stopham, Stoughton, Sutton, Tangmere, Tillington, Trotton with Chithurst, Upwaltham, West Dean, West Itchenor, West Lavington, West Thorney, West Wittering, Westbourne, Westhampnett, Wisborough Green, Woolbeding

Please preface descriptions with the name of the village.
Chidham is a parish west of Bosham and Chichester, and east of Southbourne. The parish includes Chidham to the south on the Chidham peninsula, the hamlet of Hambrook to the north just south of the A27 and Nutbourne inbetween. (Note: there is another Nutbourne in West Sussex to the east of Pulborough).
Please suggest only sites for Chilgrove and the surrounding area between West Lavant on the junction of the A286 and North Marden.
Chilgrove is a small hamlet and scattering of dwellings on the B2141 (Lavant to Petersfield Road). Chilgrove is part of the parish of West Dean. It has the Kingley Vale Nature Reserve and Forestry Commission lands to the east and the West Dean Estate, National Trust lands and the South Downs Way to the north, all of which make it an area for ramblers and walkers.
Please only suggest sites associated with Christ''s Hospital, Stammerham, Two Mile Ash and the school.
Christ's Hospital is a hamlet within the parish of Southwater consisting mainly of the campus of the Christ's Hospital School (one of the largest in the UK), adjacent/coincident to which are the hamlets of Stammerham and Two Mile Ash. It has it's own railway station. Christ's Hospital is a boarding school and charitable foundation offering subsidised education for boys and girls, aged 11-18. It was founded in 1552 by King Edward VI, with previous pupils including Sam Taylor Coleridge, Charles Lamb, and James Leigh Hunt.
Climping is a village and civil parish (whose title is Clymping) in the Arun District of West Sussex.
Please only suggest web sites related to this area to this category. Please preceed the description with the settlement name. [Note there is another Compton in the area, which is part of the village of South Harting. Sites for that Compton should not be suggested here]. Note sites for Chilgrove and Hooksway should be suggested to the Chilgrove category.
Compton, Stoughton, and the Mardens are small settlements to the North West of Chichester. Compton and West Marden (with Walderton) are on the B2146 between South Harting to the north and Funtingdon to the south. The settlements of Marden, Up Marden and East Marden lie to the north between the B2146 and the B2141, which passes through North Marden.
Categories exist for other locations in the Borough of Crawley : Fernhill, Lowfield Heath and Tinsley Green. Outside the Borough are Ifield Wood, Charlwood, Hookwood and Shipley Bridge Sites to the south and South-east of the M23, (e.g. Colgate, Pease Pottage) should be suggested to the appropriate category under West_Sussex Sites may only be suggested to Gatwick if they are actually located on the airport. Please ensure that, where a site would be more appropriately listed under one of the sub-categories of the topic, that they are submitted as appropriate.
Crawley is a New Town in the North of Sussex. The town is situated on the M23 (London-Brighton corridor) about 5 miles South of London Gatwick International Airport. For historical reasons, the town of Crawley almost (but not quite) maps exactly onto the Borough of Crawley. For our purposes the town includes the built up area of Crawley whilst areas separated have their own categories, whether or not they are technically part of the town or not.
Please be very careful determining the location of the site when deciding which subcategory to suggest it to. Locations around Gatwick in Surrey include Charlwood, Hookwood, Horley and Shipley Bridge Locations in the Horsham District of West Sussex include Ifield Wood and Rusper. Sites to the south and South-east of the M23, (e.g. Colgate, Pease Pottage) should be suggested to the appropriate category under West_Sussex Sites may only be suggested to Gatwick if they are located on the airport.
The borough consists of the town of Crawley made up of the town centre plus the following residential neighborhoods:- Bewbush, Broadfield, Furnace Green, Gossops Green, Ifield, Langley Green, Maidenbower, Northgate, Pound Hill, Southgate, Three Bridges, Tilgate, and West Green. In addition the borough includes Gatwick Airport and surrounding area, the Manor Royal industrial estate, and Worth village. It should be noted that the land between Gatwick Airport and the built up area of Crawley contain a number of distinct settlements. The boundaries of the borough are confused by an extension of mainly uninhabited land to the west of Gatwick Airport and a 'pie-slice' cut into the borough below this. As a result of the latter, the outlying parts of Ifield (Ifield Wood) is in Horsham District. From the south, through the east to the north, the M23 and M23/A23 is the boundary, continuing along the northern perimeter of the airport until it's western end, where it heads west to mark the western extension. From the south to the west, the boundary more or less follows the edge of the built up area, curving to the north-east until a kilometre south of the airport when it heads west to mark the western extension. Places in the northern parts of the borough may still retain their Surrey postcodes and addresses, being identified as part of Horley.
Please only suggest web sites related to Crawley Down and it''s surrounding area to this category.
Crawley Down is a village on the B2028 between Crawley and East Grinstead. It is north of Turner's Hill, and just south of the border with Surrey. It includes the Snowhill area between it and the border.
Dial Post is a village on the A24 (Worthing to Horsham road), between Ashington to the south and West Grinstead to the north.
Donnington has around 2000 residents and is located due south of Chichester from the A27 bypass and stretches southwards across the fields of the Manhood Peninsula to Sidlesham. The more modern residential area to the north is astride the busy A286 Stockbridge Road, and is known by some as Stockbridge.
Please add the name of the village to the description. Thank you.
Earnley is a parish including the villages of Almodington , Batchmere, Earnley and Somerley. These are immediately north of Bracklesham en route to Chichester and have a combined population of 600
Please only suggest web sites related to East Dean, West Sussex to this category.
East Dean is a village north of Chichester east of Singleton between Charlton and Upwaltham.
Please only suggest sites relevant to East Preston and it''s surrounding area. If the site refers to a locality outside the village, please preface the description with the locality name.
East Preston is a village and civil parish between Littlehampton to the west and Worthing to the east, with the B2140 as it's northern boundary and the sea to the south.
Please only suggest sites relevant to Edburton and Fulking and the surrounding area. If the site refers to a locality outside the village, please preface the description with the locality name.
Edburton and Fulking are villages in the Mid Sussex District near the East Sussex border, north of Portslade and between Upper Beeding to the west and Poynings to the east.
Fernhill is the main village in the area of Crawley Borough east of Gatwick airport. It is bounded to the west by Gatwick (the railway line), to the south by the sewage works and to the north and east by motorways. Sites in this area often retain their Surrey postcodes and addresses.
This category is for sites realting to the village of Fernhurst and its surrounding area. If your suggested site is for Henley Common, Kingsley Green and Bell Vale, please add the name to the description.
Fernhurst is three miles (5km) south of Haslemere on the A286 Guildford to Chichester road. Though the postal address is Haslemere, Surrey, is in fact in the Chichester District of West Sussex. Nearby settlements are Henley Common, Kingsley Green and Bell Vale.
If your site is not specifically geared towards this location, please submit to the proper category. Submitting to the wrong category will delay and/or prevent your site from being listed in the directory. Submission Tips:

When writing your site''s title please ensure it is the same as your organisation. When writing your site''s description, please tell what your site offers in a clear and concise statement without hype or promotional language.

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There is currently no description created for this category.
This category is for sites relating to health, well-being and health-based services in West Sussex. Please submit your site in the category that best describes your site, and only submit here if your site does not fit under any other health subcategory.
This category is for sites relating to health, well-being and health-based services in West Sussex.
Please only submit sites that are specifically related to the built-up area of the town of Horsham. Note that surrounding villages may have their own localities ( e.g. Broadbridge Heath, Christ''s Hospital, Faygate, Nuthurst, Rusper, and Southwater, - see Horsham_District for a complete list of localities in the district). If a village has no category associated with it, then look at the nearest localities description. If one mentions your locality, suggest your site to that category. Otherwise suggest your site to the appropriate sub-category at county level. In both cases start the description with the village name When submitting a site, please submit to a suitable subcategory.
Thank you.
This category includes sites related to the town of Horsham, the administrative centre for Horsham district. It consists of the wards of Denne, Forest, Holbrook East and West, Riverside, Roffey North and South, and Traflagar. Its boundaries are roughly A24 to the west, the A264 to the north, just outside the built up area to the east (including Hampers Lane and Manor Lane), the river Arun to the south and the railway line to the south-west. Note: Christ's Hospital, usually associated with the town of Horsham, is a separate locality in the parish of Southwater.
Only websites relevent to the entire district are to be found here. Most should be listed either in their localities, or at county level if their locality categories don''t yet exist or they have offices in more than one location.

Generally the only sites listed here will be governmental or organisational sites.
Horsham District is made up of 3 neighbourhoods representing the unparished parts of Horsham (Denne, Forest and Trafalgar) and the following parishes:-
Amberley, Ashington, Ashurst, Billingshurst, Bramber, Broadbridge Heath, Coldwaltham, Colgate, Cowfold, Henfield, Itchingfield, Lower Beeding, North Horsham, Nuthurst, Parham, Pulborough, Rudgwick, Rusper, Shermanbury, Shipley, Slinfold, Southwater, Steyning, Storrington & Sullington, Thakeham, Upper Beeding, Warnham, Washington, West Chiltington, West Grinstead, Wiston, and Woodmancote. The town of Horsham is its administrative centre.
Ifield Wood is a scattering of dwellings between Ifield and Gatwick Airport to the south-west of Lowfield Heath.
Please check the actual location of the site as the postal addresses in the area seem to use any one or more of Ifold, Kirdford, Loxwood and Plaistow irrespective of their actual location ( not forgetting the occassional Billingshurst ).
Ifold is a village between Plaistow and Loxwood, north-west of Billingshurst. It is part of the parish of Plaistow and Ifold and it's northern boundary is the Surrey border.
Please check the actual location of the site as the postal addresses in the area seem to use any one or more of Ifold, Kirdford, Loxwood and Plaistow irrespective of their actual location ( not forgetting the occassional Billingshurst ).
Kirdford is a village north of the A272, north-east of Wisborough_Green, and south of Ifold and Plaistow.
Please only submit sites that are specifically related to Lancing. When submitting a site, please submit to a suitable subcategory. Note Sompting and Shoreham-by-Sea each have their appropriate categories. Thank you.
This category includes sites related to the village of Lancing, West Sussex, UK. Lancing is on the south coast situated between Sompting to the west and Shoreham-by-Sea to the east.
Please only suggest sites which have their main physical presence in Lowfield Heath or the surrounding area.
Lowfield Heath is a village on the Southern perimeter of Gatwick Airport, much of which has been overlaid by the airport expansion. Upon the annexation of the airport by West Sussex, Crawley Borough was extended north of the built up area to include both the airport and the intervening countryside and villages of which Lowfield Heath is one.
Please check the actual location of the site as the postal addresses in the area seem to use any one or more of Ifold, Kirdford, Loxwood and Plaistow irrespective of their actual location ( not forgetting the occassional Billingshurst ).
Loxwood is a village on the B2133 just South of the Surrey border. It is east of Ifold and Plaistow, north east of Kirdford, north of Wisborough_Green, north west of Billingshurst and west of Rudgwick.
Maplehurst and Nuthurst are two villages in the rural area between Southwater, West Grinstead, Lower Beeding and Mannings Heath.
Milland is in the Chichester district, midway between Petersfield and Haslemere, south of Liphook and the B2070. It is made up of scattering of hamlets including Milland village, Milland Marsh, Wardley Green, and Borden Wood Village.
Please only suggest web sites related to Pagham and Nyetimber to this category. Sites for Rose Green and Aldwick should be suggested to the Bognor Regis Category Note: the main access and visitors centre for the Pagham Harbour Nature Reserve is at Sidlesham. Please check whether any sites relating to the nature reserve should be submitted to the Sidlesham Category or if covering the Pagham Spit area as well to West Sussex Category
Pagham is a village and parish making up the westernmost part of Bognor Regis. It includes Nyetimber, is bounded to the west by Pagham Harbour and to the east by Aldwick.
Please check the actual location of the site as the postal addresses in the area seem to use any one or more of Ifold, Kirdford, Loxwood and Plaistow irrespective of their actual location ( not forgetting the occassional Billingshurst ).
Plaistow is a village west of Ifold and Loxwood, north of Kirdford, north-west of Billingshurst. It is part of the parish of Plaistow and Ifold, includes Durfold Wood and it's northern boundary is the Surrey border.
Please only suggest sites relevant to Poynings and it''s surrounding area (e.g. Newtimber, and Newtimber Place). If the site refers to a locality outside the village, please preface the description with the locality name.
Poynings is a village in the Mid Sussex District near the East Sussex border, north of Portslade and south of the midpoint between Henfield and Hassocks. Outlying villages and hamlets are Newtimber, and Newtimber Place. To the west are Edburton_and_Fulking.
Please only submit sites related to Pulborough and its environs.
Pulborough is a large village with a population of about 5000. It is located a few miles north of the South Downs and lies at the junction of the River Arun and the river Rother. Pulborough has glorious views across the river flood plain, a haven for wild life, with the South Downs in the background, and an attractive surrounding countryside. It has a main line railway station and two small industrial areas. Pulborough Parish includes the hamlets of Codmore Hill, North Heath and Nutbourne, and is within the Horsham District. It's closest neighbouring villages are Billingshurst, Storrington, Petworth and West Chiltington.
The title should be the company or organisation name. Do not type in all caps. Do not include a list of keywords. Do not include your products. Do not write a sales pitch. The description should be a brief summary of the organisation''s purpose, products or services. The description should be in English and in coherent sentence form. Do not include superlatives or a sales pitch. Do not submit your company history. Do not submit a list of keywords. Do not use unnecessary capitalization, or include HTML tags.
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Please only submit sites related to Scaynes Hill and its environs.
Scaynes Hill is a village of about a thousand people in four hundred homes either side of the A272, a few miles east of Haywards Heath. It is part of the parish of Lindfield.
This category includes sites about West Sussex's geography, natural environment and wildlife. It also contains sites about local activities, events, institutions and organisations related to science and the environment.
If the site is in the built-up areas of one of the villages, please prefix the description with the village name. If is in the countryside between the villages, do not prefix it with the name as, given the postcode system, the residents exercise their inalienable right to chose which village they want to be part of and the choice is not necessarily the nearest or most logical.
This category includes sites covering the business and economic activities of the area, including listings of most companies and industries. Note many businesses are located on the Knepp Castle Estate which rents out unused and converted farm buildings.
Please only submit weblogs written by residents of Shoreham.
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Sidlesham is a village on the Chichester to Selsey Road. It is the main access point to the Pagham Harbour Nature Reserve.
Please only suggest web sites related to Singleton to this category.
Singleton is a village on the A286 about halfway between Chichester and Midhurst, with West Dean to the west and Charlton to the east.
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.
This category includes sites that reflect the make up of the region's community: its people, its history, and resources and institutions that serve the region's people, such as social service organisations.
Southbourne is a village and parish on the A27, west of Emsworth, and east of Nutbourne. To the north are Westbourne and Woodmancote. It includes Prinsted to the south and Hermitage to the east. In the Postal address these locations are often defined as being part of Emsworth, Hampshire.
Please only submit web sites related to Southwater and the immediately surrounding area.
Southwater is a village four miles south of Horsham and forms a parish with the hamlets of Christ Hospital, Newfoundout and Stammerham.
Please only submit sites related to Storrington and its environs.
Storrington is a large village with a population of about 4000 and is located just north of the South Downs. It includes the hamlet of Sullington. It's closest neighbouring villages are Ashington, Pulborough, Thakeham and Washington.
Please only suggest sites that are in the village or the surrounding area. Note part of the built-up area of Storrington is within the parish, but seperated from Thakeham village by countryside, and is thus included in Storrington.
Thakeham is a village east of West SChiltington on the other side of the B2139, north east of Storrington, and north-west of Ashington. The village includes the hamlet of Abingworth as a southerly extension.
Tillington is a village and parish on the A272 and to the west of Petworth.
Please only suggest sites which have their main physical presence in Tinsley Green, Black Corner or the surrounding area.
Tinsley Green is a village to the South East of Gatwick Airport. Upon the annexation of the airport by West Sussex, Crawley Borough was extended north of the built up area to include both the airport and the intervening countryside. Tinsley Green is separated from the built-up area by the railway line to the west and country side to the south
This category includes sites providing county transport resources for those travelling to and from, and within the West Sussex area.
Please suggest only sites related to Warninglid and it''s surrounds to this area.
Warninglid is a small village on the B2115 lying to the west of the A23 between Bolney to the south and Handcross to the north. It is part of the parish of Slaugham.
Watersfield is a village in the parish of Coldwaltham lying on the Arundel to Pulborough section of the A29 between Bury to the south and Coldwaltham to the north.
Please suggest sites for Woodmancote and Hermitage to the Southbourne category. Thank you.
Westbourne is a Chichester District village and parish north of the A27, between Emsworth, and Southbourne. In the Postal address Westbourne is often listed as part of Emsworth, Hampshire.
Please only submit sites directly related to West Chiltington and its environs.
West Chiltington, with a population of about 3500, has two centres. The original village has a number of old buildings and there are 12th century paintings on the church walls. There is also the more modern West Chiltington Common area, built from the 1920s onwards. It has a Parish Council and is part of the Horsham District.
Please only suggest web sites related to West Dean and Binderton, West Sussex PO18 to this category.
West Dean is a parish centered on West Dean village and including Binderton and Chilgrove, located on the A286 halfway between Chichester and Midhurst, west of Singleton.
Please suggest only suggest sites for West Grinstead and it''s surrounding area.
West Grinstead is to the south of the A272 (Cowfold Road) on the A24, north of West Chiltington, to the south is Ashington, to the east Partridge Green, to the north east Cowfold and Maplehurst and to the north Southwater
The Parish of West Hoathly includes Highbrook, Sharpthorne and West Hoathly.
Please only suggest websites for places located in the village/parish and surrounding area (e.g. Buncton). Note there are alread sub-categories for Washington, Steyning, Ashington and Ashurst.
Wiston is a small village and parish north of the Chanctonbury Rings between Washington and Steyning on the A283.
Please only submit sites that are specific to the town and borough of Worthing. Note that the following are outside the borough and have separate categories - Ferring, Findon, Lancing, and Sompting. When submitting a site, please select a suitable subcategory.

Thank you.

This category includes sites about the town and borough of Worthing, West Sussex which is made up of the following wards:- Castle, Central, Durrington, Goring, Heene, Marine, Northbrook, High Salvington, and Tarring.
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