We aim to develop strong and independent communities. CCDT plays an important role as the ‘community anchor’.
It is a massive confidence boost to see how well the plans have done down with local residents from Chichester. It was a fantastic turnout.
The Rubbish Festival, this last weekend, was an outstanding success but it got me thinking about who benefitted the most. Was it...
People are getting to know Chichester Community Development Trust and yet there are still lots of misconceptions. I thought it would be good to introduce some of the members of our small team to give you a flavour of life at CCDT as well as giving you a brief introduction to CCDT’s work…
After careful deliberation, Chichester Community Development Trust is pleased to announce that Adam Richards Architects has been selected as the architect for the first phase of the development work of Graylingwell Chapel.
We like to make our volunteers feel special; after all they make a huge contribution to the local community and to Chichester Community Development Trust. So we’ve set up a Volunteer Reward Card voucher system.
Graylingwell Chapel’s steering group have been to London to look at different venues and to get ideas for the chapel. The result? A paradigm shift… the ideas for the chapel are evolving.
We are pleased to announce that there are two new booklets on Graylingwell Chapel that shed light on the chapel and the history and human stories linked to it. They are available now online and hard copies will be available at the start of December
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.