Arundel nestles at the foot of the South Downs and at the crossing of the River Arun, both of which have shaped the character and the fortunes of this historic market town.
The dominating presence of the castle and the cathedral on the town's skyline also highlight the importance of the Dukes of Norfolk to the town's history and heritage. Both the castle and the cathedral attract many visitors to the town, as does the annual Arundel Festival.
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Walkers at this year’s annual Snowdrop Trust Walk in Arundel Park were joined by Arundel & South Downs MP Nick Herbert and Chichester MP Gillian Keegan on Sunday morning (13 May).
A patriotic St George’s Day lunch took place in Arundel on Sunday (22 April) and helped to raise more than £4,000 for the Help for Heroes charity.
Arundel and South Downs MP Nick Herbert gave his backing to ‘Small Business Saturday’ this weekend (2 December) when he visited retailers during the ‘Arundel by Candlelight’ event.
Nick Herbert and the Bishop of Chichester, The Right Reverend Dr Martin Warner, joined walkers at the annual Snowdrop Charity Walk in Arundel on Sunday (14 May).
Local groups and agencies have come together to form a new group to consider how the Lower River Arun should be managed in future.
Arundel & South Downs MP Nick Herbert visited local retailers in Arundel this Saturday(3 December) to support Small Business Saturday.
Arundel & South Downs MP Nick Herbert attended a reception for Home-Start Arun hosted by the charity’s patron The Duchess of Norfolk at Arundel Castle last Friday (21 October).
Arundel & South Downs MP Nick Herbert visited an art exhibition held by the West Sussex Art Society at the Arundel Museum on Friday evening (18 September).
Nick Herbert has welcomed the Conservative Party’s manifesto pledge to increase free childcare provision for working families.
Arundel Museum welcomed Nick Herbert to their special exhibition of historic election posters on Monday (13 April).