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Turner's Pies
17th March 2015
Turner’s Pies, winner of the Chichester Observer Business Awards 2014 Overall Business of the Year, has had yet another bumper year. The West Sussex based business has built on the success recognised by the panel of judges and continues to grow and flourish, including the opening of a second pie...
Matisse LIVE
17th March 2015
Matisse LIVE at the Tate and MoMA, directed by Phil Grabsky, won a prestigious Royal Television Society (Southern) award for Best Non-Broadcast Production at this year's ceremony. University of Chichester Reader in Film Composition Dr Stephen Baysted, who composed music for the feature length...
Chichester students attempt Lanzarotian stick fighting
11th March 2015
ADVENTURE Education students are always ready for something new, but stick fighting was more than a physical challenge for them. Juego de Palo is a form of fencing with spontaneous interplay of attacking techniques and defence skills. But it is also an ancient Canary Islands sport dating back to...
Year eight and nine pupils from local schools
9th March 2015
A GROUP of year eight and nine pupils from local schools were invited to the University of Chichester’s Bognor Regis campus last month to create and deliver news in a range of languages. Secondary PGCE students in Modern Foreign Languages designed the day to enable pupils, who are about to make...
Dangers of social media
9th March 2015
EARLIER this year, the University of Newcastle hosted an Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) seminar series entitled The Regulation of Work and Employment: Towards a Multi-Disciplinary, Multilevel Framework. This seminar considered the knotty issue of regulation and the individual...
Graylingwell History Project
9th March 2015
THE fascinating story of Chichester’s Graylingwell Hospital is told through a series of three major exhibitions taking place in March and April. The exhibitions are the culmination of the Graylingwell Heritage Project, a community-based heritage and arts programme which has, over the past year,...
English PGCE students
9th March 2015
TRAINEES of the secondary English PGCE and Schools Direct routes, along with colleagues from the English department in Mill Chase Academy, attended a training day on Teaching Shakespeare at the Globe Theatre in London last month. The day, on Friday 6 February, comprised a tour of the theatre with...
Naomi Foyle
9th March 2015
THE latest book in a hit science fiction series created by a Sussex author is to be released in Chichester this week. Novelist Naomi Foyle, who wrote the popular Gaia Chronicles, will be signing copies of paperback Rook Song and reading extracts of her first volume Astra on Wednesday 11 March. The...
Theology seminar
8th March 2015
THE phrase the body beautiful brings to mind the glossy pages of endless magazines which all seek to encourage society towards a more beautiful body. Many people assume that Christianity in general and St Paul in particular has nothing to say in such a context. In fact many would assume that Paul...
Vicki Feaver
26th February 2015
POETRY lovers are in for a treat on Wednesday 18 March when one of Britain’s top poets visits the University to give a guest reading from her renowned work. Vicki Feaver is Chichester’s Emerita Professor of Poetry, having worked at the University for many years as an inspiring tutor in the...

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