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West Chiltington is located between Pulborough to the West, Thakeham to the East and Storrington to the South, and lies on the North side of the South Downs.
This website is owned and maintained by people who live and work in West Chiltington. For news as we get it please check the ticker and the News page
. To contact us please use the Contact Form
Think seriously about having your own page on here for your business - compare our rates with those 'letterbox' adverts in magazines. Your own 'full page' web presence at a rate vastly cheaper than other methods. This site reaches the modern world of the internet where most of your customers are, and is visible world-wide - rather than just West Sussex, or even West Chiltington.
No need for separate adverts in different areas of coverage - one size fits all, as they say. Why not join us and also help to support the free facilities we offer for clubs, societies and charities?*****
The Village Web Site
This site is on the 'front page' in a search for 'West Chiltington'. We are indeed fortunate to have this site, started by Robin Bliss and continued by Kevin Passey - thanks to both. There are not many villages around which have so much scope for clubs, societies and charities to pass on information, and grateful thanks go to our business partners who help to fund this community service. It is the perfect place to advertise your business or club, and to post news of interest to villagers and visitors. It is current
and (hopefully!) easy to find your way around.
Attention small and home-based businesses -
if you are a small business in the region please have a look at several links to tell you what the county can do to help you, plus a query on your advertising requirements here
- the 'small ads' page
is now in place. There is a Contact Form
on the site with which you can contact us to enquire about advertising or having some information about your organisation put here.
I have recently had the opportunity to look at pages from the village website right back to its first days when it was started by Robin Bliss in 2004. Quite fascinating to see the way it has evolved - and to note that it did indeed have a forum at one point, but it appears that it was discontinued early in 2006 as was the latest one, due to lack of interest.
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