We are creating a voluntary sector hub in the Water Tower. There will be hot desks that can be hired by local charities and voluntary sector groups, home workers, budding charity start-ups that can’t afford an office yet.
The Graylingwell Chapel steering group are on a mission! They are crossing the counties looking at examples of chapels, churches and repurposed buildings that have been transformed into working, successful and profitable community hubs.
We have received £14,800 from the Architectural Heritage Fund to develop the plans for Graylingwell Chapel. The grant will fund a project organiser and an architect to develop the ideas that have come out of the chapel consultations.
It is daunting but also extremely exciting as we look at images, stories, blueprints and objects, and work to create a distinctive experience that will attract and engage visitors.
We have received £10,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund which marks the start of an exciting project: the renovation and repurposing of Graylingwell Chapel into a warm, inviting, multi-purpose space
This is a rare opportunity to develop a new vision for Graylingwell Chapel; one that builds on the chapel’s character and heritage, fulfils the needs of the community and secures the chapel’s future.
We were really pleased to get a visit from Nina, a local resident, the other day. Nina told us that residents found the What’s On hard work and they didn't enjoy wading through the information to find out which events were relevant.
The Chichester Community Development Trust Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on: Wednesday 20th July 2016 at 5:30pm at The Community Hall, Donegal Avenue, Roussillon Park, Chichester, PO19 6DF…
With pressures of development in the local area, Brandy Hole Copse has become more important as a site for wildlife.
We are really excited because the event is nearly double the size of last year in the number of stalls and attractions available. Additionally, we have more sponsorship so more is being offered free.