Grant from Freemasons brings the ‘D.R.E.A.M’ one step closer


Grant from Freemasons brings the ‘D.R.E.A.M’ one step closer
Courtyard overview of the new centre

(by Sian Cripps, Sussex Express, 26 July 2018)

 

A £3.1 million dream to replace an ageing 1950’s hall with a new one at Chailey Heritage Foundation has been brought a step closer. The DREAM Centre plan has been given a boost thanks to a £25,000 grant from Sussex Freemasons. The grant for to help towards the project comes through the Masonic Charitable Foundation, which is run by the friends and families of the Freemasons.

The charity, which works with disabled young people, was launched in 2016 with a building large enough for children and young people with complex disabilities to participate in a mixture of arts and physical activities. The D.R.E.A.M (dynamic, real, experiential, amazing, magical) Centre is the latest chapter in the story of the Chailey Heritage Foundation, which has been changing the lives of young people with disabilities since 1903. The new indoor space will also house the powered wheelchair driving school which will benefit many of…

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Grant from Freemasons brings the ‘D.R.E.A.M’ one step closer

 

Grant from Freemasons brings the ‘D.R.E.A.M’ one step closer

 

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