Bosham Parish Council

We hope you find this site useful in providing you with information about the activities of the Parish Council.  We would like you to use this site to keep up to date on the latest local news and events.  If you have any comments on how we can improve this site, please let us know by contacting the Clerk, Lisa Roberts  The office is open Tuesday and Thursday mornings 10am to 1pm







Welcome to Bosham


About Bosham

Situated south of Chichester, Bosham has a population of 4,308 people.  Set between two tidal creeks at the eastern end of Chichester harbour, this pictueresque village attracts many visitors throughout the year  wishing to enjoy the sailing facilities, beautiful views and rich wildlife.  

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The Bosham Centre

The Bosham Centre is situated on the recreation ground next to the football club.  Within the small public hall there is a parish office where the Clerk works Tuesdays and Thursdays and the office is open 10-1pm.  All parish meetings are held in the hall (usually on a Wednesday evening - see timetable for dates and times) and the Bosham Youth Club runs from here on Tuesday and Thursday evenings during term time.


This facility is open for public hire.  With the small kitchen and access to the playing field it is ideal for a children's birthday party or small gathering.  For further details please contact the clerk on 01243 576464 or email:

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Due to COVID19 national regulations, ALL April council meetings are cancelled.  Where possible the council will continue make comment on planning applications.  Please make sure you make your personal commenst to the Distrcit council via the planning portal and also email us.



BISCUIT, the Bosham Isolation Support Community


Telephone: 07704 254 246




This group is working in conjunction with well-established community groups such as Bosham Friends, the Monday Club, the Bosham Association and the Holy Trinity Church to:


Collect and drop shopping/supplies to residents’ doorsteps

Arranging online deliveries to homes

Walking people’s dogs if they are unable to get out

Simply having someone at the end of the phone for a chat


A payment system is in place whereby no money or debit card will be passed between volunteers and the people requesting assistance. Payments are dealt with via telephone and online banking to a local social venture account run by a small local church. The group is on the national register of Covid-19 Mutual Aid groups, which you can find at


If you are able to volunteer, please fill out the form at