Bosham, a village in Sussex, is close to Chichester and sits on a peninsula that often floods this small town. Seriously, when the tide rises it covers the road along the edge of town. The houses on the coastal perimeter of this village actually prepare for major flooding by including tiny doors, rather than full-sized ones, so that when the water flows down the streets, it does not enter the doors. See the pic below. The door is the size of a window.
While walking around Bosham, we found a lovely church where we attended service on a Saturday evening.
Although we could not get a table at the local pub as we had hoped we would, we enjoyed our jaunt into Bosham.