It's Volunteers' Week: we are celebrating our wonderful volunteers and asking if anyone else wants to get involved.
Every community needs a Community Anchor to thrive... but what are they? Why are people talking about them? And how exactly do they strengthen communities? Here is our introduction to…
Community members had something to celebrate on Saturday. Our lovely community building, The Lodge, which has transformed residents' experience of community over the last year, turned one year old. And over 100 people were there to celebrate.
CCDT’s weekly Internet Cafés at Roussillon Park and Graylingwell Park are changing lives as they help people to improve their IT skills. The Internet Café is open everyone...whether you live right…
Chichester parkrun has come home! Back in 2013, we were equally pleased and disappointed. The new parkrun Chichester held its first run... but it didn’t start at Graylingwell Park as we had planned.
It was one of those moments where you think ‘what am I doing?’ Here I was bouncing around the office (imagine a dusty, work site portakabin) on KTroo rebound boots…
We have embarked on a journey to turn Graylingwell Chapel into a multi-purpose, warm and inviting space that will serve the community and Chichester for decades to come.
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.