Felpham still retains much of its rural character through its retention of old buildings, high flint walls and picturesque arrangement of roads in the heart of the village. Although many of the picturesque fields viewed by Blake have now gone one still lies just next to the Norman Church.
Felpham is famous for it’s once resident Sir William Blake and his wife Catherine. Their house is a lovely 17th Century building that stands in Blake’s Road, which is very popular with other artist’s.
The old village has an equipped leisure centre with a swimming pool, tennis courts, gymnasium and a further two recreation fields just on the outskirts.
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