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Supporting people with autism and/or a learning disability to gain new skills and life experience by selling ethically sourced coffee to people at events and in public spaces from a eco coffee bike.
Our goal is to transform our tired old playground into a new and exciting space for our children and grandchildren to enjoy.
Having seen the need on local social media, Maidenbower Park in Crawley would make a perfect place to install a wheelchair swing and hoist assisted toilet.
Move the Goalposts is a sport and personal skills programme, for those experiencing (or at risk of experiencing) mental health difficulties. Sessions are weekly and free of charge to participants.
One of the big issues disabled people in our community face is social isolation. We are holding a Halloween Half Term Fun Day to raise funds for disabled people in West Sussex to get out and about.
The interior of this beautiful building is in dire need of restoration and renovations. The kitchenette & public toilets need updating to make them hygienic, user friendly & of high quality.
Equine Partners CIC want to help a group of adopted teens to build a hen coop for the project. To extend the animal-assisted therapeutic environment and embed the teens connection with this resource
We want to tour a comedy play to Day Care Centres and support groups in Bognor Regis, for people who may be affected by dementia and memory loss. Will you help us to get this show on the road?
The Quarry Café needs to free up the tables that are currently used as a counter with a more substantial modular display counter that can be packed away into storage at the end of the day.
Cost of producing professionally printed information leaflets for publicity purposes. Also costs to purchase stationary and postage to distribute the leaflets and for general administrative purposes.
'Adoption' of a landmark urban pylon and its surround for a public realm memorial to women's equality champion and electrical engineer Dame Caroline Haslett (1895-1957) at a site near her birthplace.
Worthing Mental Health Awareness Week now in its sixth year and supports the Councils five ways to well-being and free to attend and open to all.
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