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The Chichester Hall


The Trustees as elected at the AGM each year - and currently are: Cllrs Jan Holben-Chairman, Kurt Stephens-Treasurer, Tim Prater and Adrian Watts. Community Rep Trustees: Cllr Guy Valentine-Neale (Sandgate Society). Zoe Varian (Sandgate Heritage Trust), David Cowell and Elspeth Rae make up the committee. Caretaker: Michael Chalk


Groups and Clubs which use the Hall


Following the successful funding bid which allowed us to put a new roof on the Hall, the Trustees are exploring potential new works which will continue to improve the range of community events and activities that our Community Hall can offer and bringing The Chichester Hall into the 21st Century . This will allow our community  to be proud of, and use, their community hall as it was originally intended.

Object of Charity.

(1) The object of the Charity shall be the provision and maintenance of a village hall for the use of the inhabitants of the area of the former Urban District of Sandgate (hereinafter called "the area of benefit") without distinction of political, religious or other opinions, including use for meetings, lectures and classes, and for other forms of recreation and leisure-time occupation, with the object of improving the conditions of life for the said inhabitants.

(2) The said land and building shall be held upon trust for the purposes of a village hall as aforesaid.

Short Term Objectives: Trustees will prepare audited accounts to be submitted to the Charities Commission. They will take over the day to day running of the hall to ensure the Hall meets Hirers requirements. They will ensure a detailed report is prepared to inform refurbishment decisions.

Community Hires

Yoga Groups and Tai Chi Groups use the Chichester Hall. There is plenty of space to move freely and relax.

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The Sandgate Society holds regular talks in the Chichester Hall and it holds its Christmas Party in the Hall too.