Sanctuary in Chichester is now a registered cause on the website “easyfundraising”, making it simple for you to fundraise for us – for free! easyfundraising partners with a huge range of online retailers such as John Lewis, Amazon and eBay, and these shops give a donation to a chosen cause whenever you shop with them. … Continue reading Fundraise for us for free on easyfundraising!
A Chichester concert has raised almost £800 in aid of Sanctuary in Chichester and Portsmouth’s Friends Without Borders, both of which provide support for asylum seekers and refugees. At In Search of Sanctuary, held at St Paul’s Parish Centre on 2 June, performers used poetry readings, music and song to explore the refugee experience. The … Continue reading Fundraising concert success
The original idea of a walk up to Nore Folly and through Slindon woods was abandoned because of muddy footpaths and ankle deep puddles. Fortunately, an attractive alternative was close at hand: lambing at Gaston Farm in Slindon. And so our plan B became an A star occasion. It was a beautiful sunny Spring day, … Continue reading Trip to Gaston Farm
CHICHESTER CONCERT: SATURDAY 2 JUNE 7.30PM Musicians and singers will use poetry readings, music and song to explore the refugee experience at a coming event. At In Search of Sanctuary at St Paul’s Parish Centre, accomplished singers, pianists, a violinist, a guitarist, a cellist, a clarinettist and a fiddle player will perform an eclectic range of pieces from classical … Continue reading In Search of Sanctuary
SECURITY TIPS Before you go into battle against the scammers and hackers, find people to go into battle with you. Even just their advice, or having someone to talk to, is valuable. So here is a list:- Computer magazines. They’re a fund of information, and probably have a security section like this one. Computer shops. … Continue reading Staying safe online
An acclaimed film about the unaccompanied child refugees left stranded by the closure of the Calais Jungle will be shown at Sanctuary in Chichester’s first ever AGM. Calais Children: a Case to Answer by award-winning director Sue Clayton follows the young people, many of whom had a legal right to come to the UK, over … Continue reading Child refugee film shares bill with AGM