Four fantastic photos win Experience West Sussex competition


Four photographs showcasing West Sussex have won this year’s Experience West Sussex Competition.

Views from Bramber Castle taken by Martin Hurst, kite-surfing at Goring Gap by Ian Green, Worthing Pier by Matt Lewis and bluebells at the Angmering Park Estate by Clive Jones, featured in the winning pictures which are displayed in the main reception of County Hall.

The competition was part of the Experience West Sussex campaign which aims to promote the county as a visitor destination.

Prizes were donated by businesses which feature in the Experience West Sussex campaign ( and included a trio of tickets for Chichester Festival Theatre, a meal at The Cat Inn near East Grinstead, a spooky Worthing History tour courtesy of ‘All-Inclusive History’ and tickets for the ‘Dawn Walking Safari’ on the Knepp Estate.

Louise Goldsmith Leader of West Sussex County Council said: “With so many fantastic entries, it was challenging to choose just four winners.

“But I believe the winning four do an excellent job of capturing West Sussex and the incredible variety of outdoor and cultural activities it has to offer. It is a real privilege to have these pictures displayed at County Hall.

“I would encourage everyone living in or visiting West Sussex to get out and about and experience all the county has to offer.”

The Experience West Sussex campaign is being led by West Sussex County Council, working with others including the Coastal West Sussex Partnership.

The website aims to inspire with first-person accounts, activities and itineraries for getting out and about and exploring the county. 

Those looking for inspiration to help plan their next day out in West Sussex should visit

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Last updated:
6 February 2018

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