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Edward Heron-Allen identified at least twenty different spellings of the place that we now know today as Selsey.[7]

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A tornado in 1998 left an estimated £10m of destruction[65] and damaged Patrick Moore's observatory.

"But it is amazing how quickly the fire has spread.

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Sussex Police said an officer directing traffic at the scene was taken to hospital after being hit by a Vauxhall Corsa at low speed.

In July 1588 the Spanish Armada arrived off the Isle of Wight with the intention of attacking Portsmouth.[30] The wind changed direction to the south-west. Men from the Manhood Peninsula serving under Francis Drake conceived a plan to lure the Spanish fleet onto the Owers rocks (off Selsey).[18][30] However the Spanish Admiral, recognising the danger decided to head for Calais.[30]

In the opening scene of the Lerner and Loewe musical My Fair Lady, Professor Higgins correctly identifies one of the characters as coming from Selsey.[63]

A selection of versions as identified by Heron-Allen are:

There is only one road (the B2145) in and out of the town, which at a point known as "the ferry", crosses a bridge over the water inlet at Pagham Harbour. At one time Selsey was inaccessible at flood tide, and a boat was stationed at the ferry to take horses and passengers to and from Sidlesham.[5]

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More than 75 firefighters tackled the height of the blaze at Selsey Academy as huge plumes of black smoke spread across the town.

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Colin Pullinger (1814–94): A Victorian business man who was an undertaker, wooden pump maker, repairer of umbrellas, letter writer and clerk to the Selsey Sparrow Club. He was famed for making more than two million humane and perpetual mousetraps, which were exhibited at international exhibitions in London and Philadelphia. A blue plaque has been placed at the site of his Inventive Factory, which is today occupied by the offices of Selsey Town Council in the High Street.[56][57]

He said it was too early to say how the blaze began.

His funeral will take place at 11:45 a.m. on Wednesday 14th January 2015 at Chichester Crematorium.

Eric Coates (1886–1957) the English Composer lived and worked in Selsey. He was inspired to write By the Sleepy Lagoon after overlooking the sea towards Bognor Regis.[59] His musical composition can be heard as the theme tune to Desert Island Discs on BBC Radio 4.[55]

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"The Bishop(of Chichester) holds Selesie in domain.[27] In the time of King Edward it was rated at ten hides, and so it continues. The arable is seven plough lands.[27] There are two ploughs in the demesne, and fourteen villains with eleven bondsmen have five ploughs.".[27][28][29]

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The Royal National Lifeboat Institution is a charity registered in England and Wales (209603) and Scotland (SC037736). Charity number CHY 2678 in the Republic of Ireland.

Selsey has a Non-League football club Selsey F.C. who play at The High Street Ground.

In the Domesday Book Selesie is mentioned under the hundred of Summerly:

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People in the vicinity were advised to stay clear of the smoke, remain inside and keep their windows closed, but crowds gathered to watch the firefighting effort.

Selsey is also mentioned in Ben Jonson's play 'Volpone' in Act 2 Scene 1 in reference to 'Selsey cockles'.[62]

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The manor of Selsey remained in the Bishop of Chichesters hands until 1561, when it was taken over by the crown.[28]

"There is a possibility we might be able to save a small section of the school and the emergency services are doing their best to do that," he said earlier.

"There are contingency plans in place to make sure the children can pick up their GCSE results [on Thursday] and to make sure we can provide education to children when they start the school year."

His injuries are not believed to be serious.

Landings were not confined to Selsey itself: in a single run in 1743 2,000 lbs of tea were brought inland at West Wittering some six miles (10 km) away.[32]

David Hewlett, (1968- ) British-born Canadian actor, writer, director and voice actor best known for his role as Dr. Rodney McKay on Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis and Stargate Universe resided here for some time before he and his family later emigrated to Canada.[citation needed]

Selsey is referenced in the song "Saturday's Kids" by The Jam (from the 1979 album Setting Sons), along with Bracklesham Bay, as a place where these lower-middle-class children take holiday with their families: "Save up their money for a holiday/To Selsey Bill, or Bracklesham Bay."[61]

At the beginning of the 19th century, Selsey opened its first school. In 1818 premises were granted to the Rector and churchwardens of Selsey which were "on trust to permit the premises to be used for a schoolhouse or free school, for the gratuitous education of such poor children belonging to the Parish of Selsey as the said trustees or successors may think proper."[41] The school was eventually taken over by the local authority in 1937.[42]

Air Commodore Edward 'Teddy' Mortlock Donaldson CB, CBE, DSO, AFC and Bar, LoM (USA) (1912–1992) who set a new world air speed record of 616 mph in September 1946, also breaking the 1,000 kilometres per hour (620 mph) barrier for the first time in the Star Meteor IV. Donaldson lived at Iron Latch Cottage and there is a blue plaque on the beach at the bottom of Park Lane to mark the event. Donaldson has a second plaque at No. 86, Grafton Road.[56]

Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service sent crews to help West Sussex colleagues and South East Coast Ambulance Service was also at the scene.