A tiny hamlet in the far west of the county is home to a beautiful tunnel of trees.

Halnaker, near Chichester, is also home to a windmill which dates back to the 1740s.

Our camera club snappers often explore the hamlet but it really comes into its own in spring when the leaves are a vibrant green.

The Argus: Halnaker is a hamlet near ChichesterHalnaker is a hamlet near Chichester (Image: Suzi Sullivan/Camera Club)

Suzi Sullivan, from Crawley, and Joanna Kaczorowska from Bognor have been out there in the past few days to take some spring snaps.

The tree tunnel is in the South Downs National Park, and visitors can use a small car park on the western side of the A259 just north of Halnaker village.

From the car park, take the right-hand track, Denge Lane, north and this footpath leads you to the tunnel of trees. 

The windmill sits on Halnaker Hill and is visible from a wide surrounding area.

The Argus: The Halnaker WindmillThe Halnaker Windmill (Image: Suzi Sullivan/Camera Club)

It is Grade II listed and has been restored with a new tile-hung façade and extensive repairs to the cap and balcony.

The wildflower-rich chalk grassland at the hilltop is a great spot to get away from it all and enjoy fine views of the coast across a patchwork of woods and farmland.