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Selsey, West Sussex, is a town by the seaside on the Manhood Peninsula 8 miles from Chichester. There have been human settlements here since the Stone Age. The South Saxons landed at Selsey in AD 477. So did St Wilfrid, when he arrived in AD 681 to convert the Saxons to Christianity. He established a monastery, which later became a cathedral; its site is now submerged. Roman and early British coins have been found on the beach. From Selsey Bill, the southern-most point in Sussex, there are good views of the coast and across to the Isle of Wight. Visitor attractions at Selsey include walks, diving, fishing and the beaches.
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