Chichester in the 1960's-a Decade of Change by Alan Green
Today’s first-time visitor to Chichester would sense a nicely-preserved, intact historic town relatively untouched by the depredations of the philistine 1960s. Those living in the city at the time know better – resentment against what happened in that Annus Horribilis 1964.
The loss of Somerstown and Sharp Garlands - still runs deep.
In this illustrated talk Local Historian and author Alan Green will look at how – and why - Chichester’s townscape was changed by the 1960s.