"Spark Something Good" volunteers from the M&S store in Chichester came out in force to help our community building, The Lodge, at Graylingwell Park.
We aim to develop strong and independent communities. CCDT plays an important role as the ‘community anchor’.
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 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.
With pressures of development in the local area, Brandy Hole Copse has become more important as a site for wildlife.
It's Volunteers' Week: we are celebrating our wonderful volunteers and asking if anyone else wants to get involved.
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.