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West Sussex

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West Sussex is a ceremonial county in South East England. Established in 1974 from the western half of Sussex, it is bordered by Surrey to the north, East Sussex to the east, the English Channel to the south, and Hampshire to the west. The county town is the city of Chichester, and the largest settlement is Crawley. The county has an area of and a population of 858,852. Along the south coast is a near-continuous urban area which includes the towns of Bognor Regis (63,855), Littlehampton (55,706), and Worthing (111,338); the latter two are part of the Brighton and Hove built-up area, which extends into East Sussex and has a total population of 474,485. The interior of the county is generally rural; the largest towns are Crawley (118,493) and Horsham (50,934), both in the north-east, and the city of Chichester in the south-west has a population of 26,795. West Sussex was an administrative county with a county council from 1889 to 1974. Since 1974, West Sussex has been a two-tier non-
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