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East Head, the dunes and wide sandy beaches at West Wittering on the eastern side of Chichester Harbour, West Sussex, UK will be heading there this Summer

England Travel Inspiration - East Head, the dunes and wide sandy beaches at West Wittering on the eastern side of Chichester Harbour, West Sussex, UK

West Wittering

Robin and Teal loves West Wittering.

West Wittering, East Head, East Wittering and Bracklesham Bay

West Witterings from the sky

East Wittering, Post Office Corner c1965

View old historical pictures and photos of East Wittering in W-Sussex and the surrounding area.

East Wittering

East Wittering

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East Wittering, Car from Francis Frith

old wittering photos - Google Search

East Wittering, The Old Mill from Francis Frith

West Wittering Beach - probably my most favourite place in the world.

West Wittering Beach - probably my most favourite place in the world.

East Wittering parade circa 1960/70s

East Wittering parade circa I remember the cafe here with the pinball tables & jukebox

East Wittering in the 1960s

Other countries put beautiful beach scenes on their tourist postcards. We're far too proud of our bus stations, roundabouts and motorway flyovers.

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East Wittering, The Beach And East Cliffs from Francis Frith

The Church c1939, West Wittering

The Church West Wittering

West Wittering Beach Photography by Anita Russell www.driftwood-dreams.co.uk

West Wittering Beach Photography by Anita Russell www.driftwood-dreams.co.uk

Ellanore Lane, West Wittering, leading down to the harbour...

Ellanore Lane, West Wittering, leading down to the harbour.

The boathouse, West Wittering, overlooking Chichester Harbour, which belonged to Henry Tonks, prof at the Slade School of Art.: "It was a large, disused corrugated-iron life-boat house with immense double doors ... Duncan (Grant) slept and worked there ..."  (David Garnett, in The Flowers of the Forest)

The boathouse, West Wittering, overlooking Chichester Harbour, which belonged to Henry Tonks, prof at the Slade School of Art.: "It was a large, disused corrugated-iron life-boat house with immense double doors ... Duncan (Grant) slept and worked there ..." (David Garnett, in The Flowers of the Forest)