Place:Midhurst, Sussex, England

Coordinates50.983°N 0.75°W
Located inSussex, England
Also located inWest Sussex, England    
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Midhurst (; Sussex dialect: Medhas ) is a market town and civil parish in the Chichester district of West Sussex, England, with a population of 4,889 in 2001. The town is situated on the River Rother and is home to the ruin of the Tudor Cowdray House and the stately Victorian Cowdray Park. In 2002, Country Life magazine rated Midhurst the second best town in England.

In the United Kingdom Census 2001 the parish covered 333 hectares and had 2,327 households with a total population of 4,889 of which 2,258 residents were economically active.[1] In 1831 the population was 1,478; and 1,536 in 1841.

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