Over 30 Years supporting Companies and Individuals in the South

For all your Home and Office Computer requirements


Providing quality computer services, repairs and tuition
for the Home and Business user.


Halpins is here to help solve any PC, Apple Mac, and Computer, Laptop and software fault or problem.

PC help will also help if you need any computer advice or help regarding faults on your Windows operating system. With over 30 years of computer experience Halpins can help to repair and fix any PC computer or laptop PC that runs the following Windows operating systems.

Windows 95 / 98, Windows 98SE (Second Edition), Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows ME, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7, Windows 8,Windows 8.1  we can even support MS-DOS.

Halpins can also help with any Apple Mac / Macintosh computer repairs and notebook/laptops., running any mac based operating system, listed below.

Versions of OS X:

Halpins is trusted after 30 years and has always specialized in friendly home and Office visits to help customer’s onsite with any computer repairs, upgrades, tuition and to fix your computer problems. Any computer faults that cannot be repaired onsite can be taken to our head office where the repairs can be undertaken and returned to the customer quickly and efficiently.

We also specialize in Server installation, network configuration, support, sales and advice.

Halpins head office is based in Selsey but being a mobile company who has always specialized in home and on-site visits - cover a wide area of West Sussex, Surrey and Hampshire, including Towns and Villages in the Chichester Area, including Chichester, Selsey, Sidlesham, Midhurst, Wittering’s, Bracklesham Bay, Hunston, Donnington, Bosham, Itchenor, Bracklesham, and Petworth to name just a few.


Contact Details

Landline 01243 602522

Mobile    07968 961323

Email info@halpins.co.uk

Some information if you are visiting the Chichester and Selsey Area.

One of the great well-preserved Georgian cities in the UK, Chichester has played a key role of the affairs of Sussex since at least Roman times. Today, Chichester is the prosperous administrative capital of West Sussex and a great place for shopping, but it's hard to avoid Chichester's links to its illustrious past.

The compact city centre is mostly pedestrianized and offers a huge range of varied shopping interspersed amongst the lovely architecture.

Although a small compact city many thousands of tourists visit Chichester each year.

Chichester cloisters stained glass frequent trains and buses make Chichester a good base from which to explore the other main West Sussex attractions.


For those who like to walk, Chichester Canal, which has benefitted from significant restoration in recent years, is an attractive place from which to walk into the countryside towards Chichester Harbour, via Hunston and Birdham.

Centurion Way is a rural cycle path which follows the route of the disused Chichester to Midhurst railway line. The Way provides easy access to the countryside for walkers and mountain bikers from Chichester.

Chichester Canal near Hunston Chichester also has plenty of parkland too. Priory Park is the highlight, with the city walls wrapped around the outside of the park, the remains of Chichester Castle and the impressive Guildhall the centrepiece.

Chichester Priory Park Away from the main streets, the quieter historic enclaves of the Pallants, St Martin's Square, St John's Street and Newtown give a glimpse of the eighteenth century, with many fine buildings.

There are plenty of good reasons to visit Chichester.

Chichester city centre's broad streets are packed with listed buildings, with the list headed by the towering presence of Chichester Cathedral, now home to a family of peregrine falcons who can be heard as they swoop over the city at dusk.

The pedestrianized city centre is neatly enclosed within the ancient city walls and this helps to make Chichester compact and pleasant to explore on foot. There are plenty of good shops in Chichester and the city serves as the main shopping centre for a huge hinterland which stretches right up towards the north of West Sussex

Chichester Attractions

The city centre is packed with notable buildings, from Chichester Cathedral to John Edes House, the medieval Market Cross, Pallant House (which is home of the prize winning art gallery), the Guildhall in Priory Park, the Georgian Houses of the Pallants and hundreds of listed historic buildings such as the St Mary's Hospital Alms-houses.

The partially restored Chichester Canal is now an attractive enhancement to the city and Chichester Canal Basin is becoming an attractive place to pass the time of day once more.

Just outside Chichester, in the village of Fishbourne, lie the remains of Fishbourne Roman Palace, one of the outstanding Roman sites in the UK, now a museum of national importance. The Chichester District Museum is opposite the library in Tower Street.

Chichester Harbour

Chichester Harbour is part of the reason for the location and importance of the city. When the Romans ruled Sussex Chichester Harbour served as a safe haven for shipping. The Harbour has silted up a lot since then, but it has found new roles as a sailing playground and habitat for sea birds - one many outstanding nature reserves in Sussex.

The Harbour is real hot-spot. Sailing on the Solent and Chichester Harbour is very popular, with plenty of people visiting from London each weekend and there is a host of yacht clubs and places offering sailing courses on the shores of Chichester Harbour.

Places to visit near Chichester

The beautiful South Downs are just a few miles north of Chichester.

Chichester is also a good base from which to explore surrounding attractions such as Boxgrove Priory, the beautiful harbour side village of Bosham, the gardens at West Dean College and the Weald and Downland Museum just along the road from West Dean at Singleton.

The many attractions at Goodwood include horse racing, motorsport, flying and Goodwood House itself. Nearby Fontwell Racecourse adds to the local racing calendar.

Towns near Chichester

Bognor Regis

 A large and bustling seaside town with a popular beach. 15 minutes from Chichester by car, or longer by train - change at Barnham.


 Picture book Sussex town with an iconic castle and renowned wetlands nature reserve. 15 minutes from Chichester by rail or car.


 Small, attractive market town famous for Cowdray Park and the high goal polo. 20 minutes from Chichester by car.



 One of the UK's top towns for antique dealers and home to Petworth House - a magnificent stately home run by the National Trust. 20 minutes from Chichester by car.

Selsey is a small seaside town a few miles south of Chichester at the tip of the Manhood Peninsula. Selsey is famous for its fishing, its lifeboat and miles of beach stretching along Bracklesham Bay