#Chichester District
wrooom · 5 months ago
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Ferrari SF90 Spider - Goodwood Festival Of Speed 2021 
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By Ed Weatherby in Chichester District, UK
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pattatie · a year ago
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Heavy hearts, like heavy clouds in the sky, are best relieved by the letting of a little water. by Trigger1980 Balcombe is a village and civil parish in the Mid Sussex District of West Sussex, England. It lies 31 miles (50 km) south of London, 16 miles (26 km) north of Brighton, and 32 miles (51 km) east north east of the county town of Chichester. Nearby towns include Crawley to the north west and Haywards Heath to the south south east. https://flic.kr/p/2jrYqxq
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utahermememes · a month ago
Guarda Guarda Coat of Arms and Family Crest Notebook Journal (6 x 9 - 100 pages)
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dailydesignstream · 3 months ago
From Bond to Becky Hill: a complete guide to this week’s entertainment
Illustration: Lalalimola/The Guardian
Going Out : Cinema
Stirring stuff … Daniel Craig and Ana de Armas in No Time to Die. Photograph: Nicola Dove/AP
No Time to Die Out now Originally due out April 2020, this may be Daniel Craig’s final outing as 007. There is new blood in the form of Rami Malek’s villain, Lashana Lynch as a fellow agent, and Phoebe Waller-Bridge reporting for co-writing duty.
Freakscene: The Story of Dinosaur Jr Out now Even if you’re not familiar with US grungers Dinosaur Jr, you’ll know the music they influenced. Showcasing their scuzzily confrontational indie rock, as well as the band’s dysfunctional relationships, this enjoyable homage connects the dots through a deft collage of archive, ancient photos, flyers and interviews with key figures, including Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth.
Next Door Out now Set in the Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin’s now gentrified urban district, this modest indie meta-drama offers a wink-wink portrait of actorly vanity. Directed by Daniel Brühl (Zemo in Captain America: Civil War), he also stars as a smug actor called Daniel, waylaid before an important audition for a superhero movie.
BFI London film festival Wed to 17 Oct Bringing a bumper crop of premieres fresh from Cannes and Venice, a strong lineup includes Palme d’Or winner Titane, The Lost Daughter starring Olivia Colman, Jane Campion’s The Power of the Dog, and the superb The Souvenir: Part II. Catherine Bray
Going Out: Gigs
Bradford lads … Bad Boy Chiller Crew. Photograph: Dean Martindale
Bad Boy Chiller Crew Mon to 21 Oct; tour starts Manchester Ahead of a six-part documentary series on ITV2, Bradford’s bassline warriors kick off their biggest tour. Keep an ear out for the ravey Don’t You Worry About Me, a summer Top 40 hit.
Becky Hill Touring to 21 Oct Nearly a decade after appearing on The Voice, dance-pop powerhouse Hill recently scored a UK Top 10 with her debut album, Only Honest on the Weekend. Built for lost nights on sticky dancefloors, it should provide plenty of bangers for her UK tour. Michael Cragg
Fergus McCreadie Trio Lit & Phil Library, Newcastle upon Tyne, Sun; Bristol Beacon, Wed; Albany Club, Coventry, Thu; The Stables, Milton Keynes, Fri Prize-winning Scottish pianist McCreadie’s Celtic roots and folk scene experiences bring a signature richness to his trio’s dynamic chemistry of old-school jazz, swing, rock, funk and improv outbursts. John Fordham
Serenades for Wind St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich, Wed; touring to 10 Oct The Britten Sinfonia return with music for wind, dominated by Mozart’s Serenade in B flat, K361. Before that there’s Mark Simpson’s Geysir, named to evoke the music’s eruptive character. Andrew Clements
Going Out: Stage
Dance celebration … James Cousins Company’s We Are As Gods. Photograph: Camilla Greenwell
We Are As Gods Battersea Arts Centre, SW11, Wed to 10 Oct A celebration of dance and life created by choreographer James Cousins and performed by 70 dancers in the BAC’s beautiful rooms, rooftops and secret stairways. A night of dance, duets, spoken word and feasting.
The Long Song Chichester Festival theatre, to 23 Oct Stage adaptation of Andrea Levy’s novel, which tells the story of three women living in 19th-century Jamaica during the final years of slavery. Miriam Gillinson
Romeo & Juliet Royal Opera House, WC2, Tue to 25 Feb; Birmingham Hippodrome, Wed to 30 Oct Two different companies roll out Kenneth MacMillan’s masterful take on Shakespeare: the Royal Ballet features real-life couple Francesca Hayward and Cesar Corrales, while Birmingham Royal Ballet has national dance award winner César Morales partnering Momoko Hirata. Lyndsey Winship
Knock2Bag Moth Club, E9, Thu Mixed bill nights can be hit and miss, but Knock2bag resembles an impeccable record label, curating lineups that combine leftfield staples with the most promising fledgling acts. This week’s edition features standup stalwart Suzi Ruffell, ex-Footlights president Ben Pope and Aussie eccentric Ray Badran. Rachel Aroesti
Going Out: Art
Pop irony … Hervé Télémaque’s Convergence, 1966. Photograph: Cyrille Cauvet/Hervé Télémaque, ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2021
Hervé Télémaque Serpentine South Gallery, W2, Thu to 30 Jan Born in Haiti in 1937 and based in Paris since the 1960s, this painter of surreal disjointed stories mixes comic strip boldness with global politics and an irony all his own. He was one of the first pop artists in France, looking at “everyday mythologies” with a critical eye: a radical Tintin.
Anish Kapoor: Painting Modern Art Oxford, to 13 Feb The sculptor takes up the brush to paint gruesome scenes of human sacrifice. Kapoor has taught himself figurative painting to create eerie perspectives and gorily real body parts – but these works are joyously unhinged exercises in splashy, mostly red, fun. Bold new moves by a great artist.
Ruined Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, to 9 Jan Young Scots ponder the national story in a multimedia exhibition that has fun with the “ruins” of the past. Famous and forgotten events are revisited in video projections that promise both violence and swearing.
Mark Rothko Pace London, W1, Fri to 13 Nov Rothko painted these works when he was sinking into despair in the 60s, yet they are entrancing. Depressed and angry as he was, he couldn’t help creating poems of colour. He plunges you into the abyss yet fills you with inspiration. Jonathan Jones
Illustration: Lalalimola/The Guardian
Staying In: Streaming
Gruelling poverty … Margaret Qualley and Rylea Nevaeh Whittet in Maid. Photograph: Ricardo Hubbs/Netflix
Maid Out now, Netflix It might have a glitzy cast – Margaret Qualley stars alongside her mother, Andie MacDowell – but this drama is a decidedly unglamorous affair. Inspired by Stephanie Land’s memoir detailing the time she spent as a cleaner and single mother, it’s a story of gruelling poverty set amid other people’s mess.
The Problem with Jon Stewart New episodes Thu, Apple TV+ The ex-Daily Show host tackles one of America’s most pressing problems every fortnight. This isn’t the kind of smart political satire Stewart perfected in the 00s, but a deeper dive into the issues affecting vulnerable citizens.
Ridley Road Sun, 9pm BBC One, available now on iPlayer In 60s London, a bubbling undercurrent of fascism prompts a young Jewish woman to infiltrate a neo-Nazi organisation. It’s packed with nail-biting tension, fascinating social history and great acting talent, including Rory Kinnear, Eddie Marsan and Samantha Spiro.
Blair & Brown: The New Labour Revolution Mon, 9pm, BBC Two The makers of the intricate and pacy Thatcher: A Very British Revolution return to chart Labour’s last reign, from the early 80s doldrums to the devastation of the 2008 crash. RA
Staying In: Games
Gunning for a dictator … Far Cry 6. Photograph: Ubisoft
Far Cry 6 Out on Wed The latest in this series of guerrilla-liberation shooters goes to a fictional Cuba, terrorised by a dictator played by Breaking Bad’s Giancarlo Esposito.
Jett: The Far Shore Out on Tue This chilled-out, aesthetically pleasing sci-fi game has us exploring an ocean planet and its wildlife in a tiny ship.
Metroid Dread Out on Fri Here’s a nice, relaxing experience for the weekend: being chased through an abandoned space station by sinister futuristic war robots. Keza MacDonald
Staying In: Albums
Kitchen-sink tales … Sam Fender. Photograph: Charlotte Patmore
Sam Fender – Seventeen Going Under Out on Fri Assumed by some to be another Sheeran-alike, North Shields lad Fender soon dismissed those suspicions with his gritty indie debut, Hypersonic Missiles. This muscular follow-up marries kitchen-sink tales of fractured families, violence and emotional catharsis to widescreen Springsteen rock.
BadBadNotGood – Talk Memory Out on Fri After a five-year hiatus, the feted Canadian instrumental trio return with their mostly improvised fifth album. The two lead singles find them flexing their sonic muscles, with the nine-minute long Signal from the Noise venturing into swampy prog-jazz while the taut Beside April skips along at a pleasingly brisk pace.
James Blake – Friends That Break Your Heart Out on Fri Fresh from collaborations with Kehlani and Slowthai, alt‑choirboy Blake releases his fifth album of tactile electronica. Featuring co-production from Take a Daytrip, retired YouTuber Joji and Blake’s partner Jameela Jamil, its lead single Say What You Will finds him musing on outsiderdom.
Lala Lala – I Want the Door to Open Out on Fri London-born, Chicago-based singer-songwriter Lillie West, AKA Lala Lala, expands both her sound and vision on this third album. Her penchant for lo-fi indie rock now comes buffeted by bubbling electronica and expanding synths – shown expertly on album highlight Diver – while introspective blood-letting has been replaced by lyrics that are more outward-looking. MC
Staying In : Brain food
Walking towards change … Our Lives: Boots & Beards. Photograph: Claudia Massie/BBC/Caledonia TV Productions Ltd
Boots and Beards BBC One, Wed The BBC’s regional documentary strand, Our Lives, focuses this week on Scottish cousins Naveed Baksh and Kashif Butt, who set up a hillwalking group for their local Asian community. A fascinating insight into diversifying access to natural spaces.
Bodies, season three Podcast, available weekly Allison Behringer’s medical mystery podcast has built a committed following over two seasons, exploring in each episode the stories behind one person’s health issues. From ALS to eating disorders and Covid-19, Behringer interviews with curiosity and compassion.
Philosophy Tube YouTube Abigail Thorn’s wildly popular YouTube channel has bloomed from a resource for online philosophy lessons in the wake of the 2012 university tuition fee hike to engaging, in-depth episodes covering everything from Platonic dialogue to mental health. Ammar Kalia
Art and design | The Guardian From Bond to Becky Hill: a complete guide to this week’s entertainment
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tenniswimbledonpark · 5 months ago
Chichester closing in on Portsmouth & District Tennis League ladies title in season than began 11 months ago - Portsmouth News
Chichester closing in on Portsmouth & District Tennis League ladies title in season than began 11 months ago  Portsmouth News from tennis_wimbledon_news https://ift.tt/3jSRdz3
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wrooom · 2 months ago
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1974 Lancia Stratos HF Stradale - Goodwood Festival Of Speed 2021 
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By Ed Weatherby in Chichester District, UK
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punkasjunk · 6 months ago
Chichester Harbour: Illegal <b>disposal</b> of untreated <b>sewage waste</b> has done &#39;incalculable damage&#39;
A spokesperson added: “Southern Water continue to connect up major new housing developments in the district to the existing sewage system, ... from Google Alert - sewage system https://www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=https://www.chichester.co.uk/news/environment/chichester-harbour-illegal-disposal-of-untreated-sewage-waste-has-done-incalculable-damage-3307395&ct=ga&cd=CAIyGjBmYTExMmY5ODc5OTYxMmI6Y29tOmVuOlVT&usg=AFQjCNF_7G_m-KIkfRrQ3WTB_rWPUnCKcw
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dieamartin · 8 months ago
25 <b>pictures</b> showing how Chichester district celebrated Prince William and Kate Middleton&#39;s ...
Union Flags fluttered in the breeze as pupils took part in a variety of activities, including decorating their own commemorative wedding plates and ... from Google Alert - wedding photo https://ift.tt/3e1qZst
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gothm83 · 10 months ago
Planning applications submitted to Chichester District Council and the South Downs National Park ...
Small gable roof extension over bow window and alterations to garage doors. SDNP/21/00922/TPO: Cranwell, Ashfield Road. Reduce crown by up to ... from Google Alert - garage door https://ift.tt/3bzw5KX
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sussex-nature-lover · a year ago
Thursday 10th December 2020
Part II Blog, not about Bateman’s or Smugglers!
but it does have news from the seas.
♦ bold type indicates a link to an outside site not associated with this blog
Anyone know anything much about Beaked Whales? I didn’t. I saw a story in the Daily Mail’s science tab about a potential new discovery and so went off looking for more information.
Apparently there are currently 23 known species of beaked whales. As they spend their lives in deep water, they’re rarely seen. It’s said they can dive far, far below the ocean's surface - I think reporters have their facts mixed up as I’ve read anything up to 6,000′ but reckon there must’ve been an error and it’s more like 3,000′ They take little air and spend their time at this deep level for both eating purposes and to help avoid the Killer Whales who predate them. For a comparison swimmers can dive to around 20′ going up to about 40′ below for experienced free divers.
For deep diving with equipment, I found this
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That gives us some perspective eh?
Each species of whale emits its own distinct acoustic echolocation signals under the water. Scientists make a record of them by a code of Letter and Number and this helps identify the species. In 2018 scientists heard a signal unlike any previously recorded and attributed it to a Perrin's whale, another species of beaked whale.
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The mystery signals were first heard off the coast of California and then again north of the San Benito Islands. (contains sad information referencing climate change)
Last month, the story took a new twist.
Beaked Whale News
That link expands the story and also has some video footage. If you watch it look out for the interesting translation in the subtitles.
If they do manage to prove this is a new species, how remarkable is that, although they do say the oceans hide as many mysteries as space. Not sure how anyone could calculate that, let’s just settle on ‘still holds an awful lot’ of the unknown.
*Note: anyone spot a link between today’s write up and something mentioned in yesterdays’s video made for the Novium Museum? To be fair it’s extremely easy to miss and very obscure.
Opened in 2012, The Novium Museum is Chichester District's award-winning museum.  Built over the remains of a Roman bathhouse and with three floors of fantastic exhibitions, The Novium Museum tells the fascinating story of Chichester District and its rich heritage. It looks after 500,000 artefacts, both on display and in its store.
The museum is free for people to visit, and is located in Tower Street, close to the cathedral and just opposite Chichester Library.
The remains of the Roman baths fill much of the ground floor gallery, with an audio visual film showing you how they were built and used in Roman times. The bath house would have been used as a meeting place, to engage in leisure activities and perhaps also to talk business. It would have been an active and noisy place, full of chatter and gossip, where games might be played, books read and beauty treatments enjoyed.
Fun Fact:  The name comes from the Roman name for the city `Noviomagus Reginorum`
No garden news today, I don’t think it’s got light at all to be honest and everything is extremely gloomy.
Less gloomy...
December 10th Advent Door. Bringing home The Tree
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wrooom · a year ago
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Ferrari 488 Pista - Goodwood Festival Of Speed 2019 
By Ed Weatherby in Chichester District, UK
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punkasjunk · 6 months ago
Chichester Harbour: Illegal <b>disposal</b> of untreated <b>sewage waste</b> has done &#39;incalculable damage&#39;
A spokesperson added: "Southern Water continue to connect up major new housing developments in the district to the existing sewage system, ... from Google Alert - sewage system https://www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=https://www.chichester.co.uk/news/environment/chichester-harbour-illegal-disposal-of-untreated-sewage-waste-has-done-incalculable-damage-3305946&ct=ga&cd=CAIyGjBmYTExMmY5ODc5OTYxMmI6Y29tOmVuOlVT&usg=AFQjCNHLH9BkissA6AA9148_sD-Xwp5zUw
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