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Jersey Cheshire Home’s New Community Centre Project Gets Funding from Freemasons

The Jersey Cheshire Home has received a financial contribution towards the development of a new Community Centre, a facility designed to be safe, inclusive, and accessible for all. The Jersey Freemasons have donated a £10K grant, which will be used to fund a staff member to manage the Community Centre, set to open later this year.

The Jersey Cheshire Home is collaborating with other local charities to design the best possible indoor and outdoor spaces to cater to the needs of the island’s residents. This year is a significant one for both the Jersey Cheshire Home, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary, and the Freemasons, who are marking the tercentenary of the Book of Constitutions, their rulebook first published in 1723.

Graham Spence, the Head of Jersey Freemasons, expressed delight at the opportunity to support the Jersey Cheshire Home and the vital services it offers to the community. Donna Abel, CEO of Jersey Cheshire Home, expressed immense gratitude for the Freemasons’ generous grant, looking forward to the Community Centre’s opening and its role in bringing the community together.

The Jersey Cheshire Home is the only residential facility on the island dedicated solely to adults with disabilities. It requires just over £3 million per year to operate, which equates to just over £8,300 per day. The main picture features Tim Dallas Chapman (left) and Donna Abel (right).


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