Meerabai Kings

Articles by Meerabai Kings

Getting Closer to Selsey’s Marine Inhabitants

Anya Frampton of Mulberry Marine Experiences reveals another world residing in Selsey   I have been part of Mulberry Marine Experiences for over 13 years and love being around the water. As a snorkeling/Freediving and Scuba Instructor there is only one thing...

The Tale of Tuppenny Barn, from Plot to Plate

In 2005, Maggie Haynes bought an abandoned field in Southbourne. Her vision was to create a smallholding that would provide the local community with organic food while engaging children with the environment. As Meerabai Kings reports sixteen years later, her initial...

Chichester’s Ancient History: A Time Traveller’s Journey

Let’s take a journey through time, right here in Chichester. Let’s meet brave warriors and visit ancient castles. Let’s see who built our city, who named it, and who fought to protect it! Our journey starts 3,000 years ago, when the people of Britain discovered iron...

Big News for Little Terns

by Meerabai Kings Church Norton oozes tranquility – but in the summer, through your binoculars, you will see a flurry of comically short legs, chopstick-like beaks and dramatic eye stripes, a frenzy of little terns. Even the exuberant commotion of the colony, mingling...

Oakwood School

Surrounded by woodland, just west of Chichester, stands the majestic Oakwood House. This gorgeous 19th- century manor house is a thriving hub of enthusiastic teachers who provide hands-on learning and a wealth of extracurricular activities. This is Oakwood School....

Checklist for your Winter Garden

Whilst winter is not the most inspiring time of year as far as gardening goes, there are lots of odd jobs to be getting on with that will keep your garden happy throughout the winter, bringing a bountiful springtime garden that will burst with life. The first thing to...

Immerse yourself in the past

Discover and experience the sights, sounds and smells of the Weald & Downland Living Museum, and get a real taste of the lives our ancestors lived.   The award-winning open-air Museum is nestled in a 40-acre site in the South Downs National Park in Singleton,...