In its heyday the Roman villa at Bignor took in 70 buildings spread out over 4 acres. Today, the site museum preserves some of the best mosaics in England. From Bignor you can trace the route of Stane Street, the great Roman road linking Chichester with London. Bignor Lane,
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Like several Roman sites (see, for example, Bignor Roman Villa), Fishbourne Roman Palace was discovered by accident. In 1960 a farmer was digging a water main trench when he uncovered remains of Roman mosaics. On-going investigation over the course of the next nine years revealed that the Fishbourne remains were one of the most extensive in Britain and contained some of the finest mosaics in the country.
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The Dean Inn at West Dean has been the local village meeting place for the past 200 years. Set in the valley of the River Lavant in the South Downs The Dean is 5 miles north of the Cathedral city of Chichester on the A286 and 5 miles south of … more >>