The village of Bosham is situated by a natural harbour and has had associations with the sea since Roman times. Legend has it that Canute got his feet and throne wet at Bosham! The beautiful Saxon Church stands next to a millstream and National Trust owned meadow. The Bayeaux Tapestry shows King Harold entering Bosham church in 1064 prior to sailing to negotiate peace with William of Normandy. Above the church door you can see where the crusaders blunted their sowrds in the shape of a cross on returning from the holy wars. The Quay attracts a variety of boats, sailors and duck feeders all year round which together with the winding streets and quaint cottages makes Bosham a delightful and different day out.

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