Our 10 Year Vision sets out the all-important raison d'etre for CCDT and how we are going to reach our goals.
It is a daunting task organising a party for your child… the costs quickly escalate and there are those expectations to meet. My child’s main party concern is: will there be enough sweets? (Answer: never enough!)
"There used to be a big cupboard and it was always full of suitcases of belongings to people who had come to Graylingwell but never went out again.” Kate Irwin Wulff Intrigue, poignant stories and art are all brought together in Beneath the Water Tower, a fascinating book about Graylingwell Hospital which is now on sale.
It is great to see how the young people who come to our clubs develop and create fantastic ideas about how to improve their community. I wanted to share the plans we have and some of the inspiring issues that these youths care about.
Little Learners is a fantastic resource for local families. The preschool is the second preschool facility set up by Claire Simpson under the name Little Learners and is for children aged 2-5.
The community spirit was palpable as 33 residents and volunteers got together to finish The Lodge, a community building for Graylingwell Park.
Chichester local, Mark, joined CCDT in April 2014 as a SIA gate security guard for the new development at Graylingwell Park.
The Youth Ambassadors, a team of dynamic youngsters, hope to make their communities better. They chose to highlight the dog poo issue at the Graylingwell Park Summer Garden Party by…
So how does a charity like ours afford such a fantastic new website such as this? Early-stage testing shows that the community here finds it easy to navigate and clear. …
“Before volunteering, I didn’t have much confidence”. Learn how volunteering turned Emma’s life around.