Read and share memories of Selsey
As well as Tony Lee’s riding stables behind the Crown there was another one run by Mrs Dudeen which you found by riding down the side of the cinema and the stables were at the back. I used to help by mucking out and grooming and getting the horse I used to look after ready for customers to ride - his name was Peter Buttercup. In (...Read full memory)
I have such fond memories of Selsey with all those marvellous pubs. My best friends lived in Harcourt Way and we would often walk along the seafront to one of the pubs in the village. Their names were Frank and Barbara Sugg. Unfortunately Frank passed away in Chichester hospital and although I would come over from France (...Read full memory)
St Peters church is in the high street .....this must be the path from St Wilfrids chapel at Church Norton the former site of St Peters Church Thank you, we will alter our database. Ed.
Ellen Laura (Ibbett, Clack, Hodgson) Preston, arrived from Canada and recorded: My sister Jessie and brother Lawrence met me for lunch in London and looked up my sister's train for Selsey, Sussex, with whom I was to stay. My sister's home was a massive house facing the ocean. Her husband was under (...Read full memory)
I'd be very interested to hear any memories about the father and son icecream team. They had a wooden icecream cart, which was pushed from Chichester to the beach and back
I remember the Crown Riding Stables very well. My family, the Worboys, lived in Selsey during the 1960s and emigrated to Australia in 1969. Every weekend I would go to the stables to groom the horses and muck out the stables. I was always wary of a horse named Tansy, she was known to give a powerful kick if you stood (...Read full memory)