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T-shirts, T-shirts Everywhere!

Hello everyone! I thought that I’d take a quick breather from work and update you all on what’s been happening in the Centre. As summer rolls around, so does the season for art shows and exhibitions. This means CHEC has seen an upsurge in orders...


2016 is go!

A belated Happy New Year to everyone out there. It’s been an exciting end of 2015 and start to 2016 for CHEC, with a lot going on that will hopefully make the next twelve months busy and profitable. Changes started back in November of last year...

Team photo Sept 2015

“…Oh Lord, please don’t let me be misunderstood…”

......So sang Eric Burdon of the animals, preceded by the line “I’m just a man whose intentions are good...but as CHEC is both neither numerically or gender specific we can drop that bit. However if there’s one feature of CHEC that constantly gives us...

Rachel and Holly laughing at work

Shinewater Visit

On 23rd July, CHEC was visited by residents from Shinewater Court residential home in Eastbourne along with their carers to discover more about us and whether they were interested in getting involved with what we do. The meeting had been arranged by our Development Manager...


New Lamps for Old

Somewhere in the early part of the film Waterloo the Duke of Wellington and General Sir Thomas Picton are looking over the battlefield of Waterloo. Picton turns to Wellington and observes “ I see they’re coming on in the old style” to which Wellington...

Jo using the embroidery machine

Why I got involved with CHEC – A trustee’s blog

I first became aware of Chailey Heritage in 1963 when I became chairman of our youth club committee at Park Centre Burgess Hill. We were informed one day that we were going to have a regular weekly visit from some children who, in the main,...


In The Beginning…..

Why does anyone start a charity? I guess in its simplest form it is the coming together of an observation and a passion. An observation – that there is an unaddressed need...

Screen shot of the CHEC homepage

April 2015 – CHEC @ LDEX 2015

[vc_separator type='transparent' position='center' color='' border_style='' thickness='' up='' down=''] Hello everybody! Well, what do you think? As you can see, our brand new website is up and running at last and doesn't it look smart. Big thanks to Jonno, for all his hard work creating it for...

Mug printing

Schools project

In 2013 we embarked on a program of work experience for the pupils of Chailey Heritage School. The school aims to give all it’s pupils the same opportunities as would be afforded to their peers in mainstream education but was struggling to place students into...