Welcome to the Apuldram Centre!


The Apuldram Centre’s objective is to provide meaningful daytime occupational activities to adults with learning disabilities, with the emphasis on having a training-orientated day and producing goods for sale to the public. We offer horticultural work, both on and off site, woodwork, cookery, arts and crafts. Furthermore we have an assortment of sports and activities at the Centre throughout the year. Apuldram also supports a number of people in the Chichester area to live independently in their own tenancies.

We aim to support individuals to achieve their full potential with help and encouragement towards a greater degree of independence, without removing the offer of support which they may require, especially when problems enter their lives.

Latest Apuldram News

Apuldram’s 25th Anniversary Cream Tea

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A huge thank you to everyone who helped support the Apuldram Centre’s 25th Anniversary Cream Tea Celebrations. It was a glorious day, with the centre raising just over £3000 and supplying 240 cream teas!

We were so well supported by everyone and it was a lovely party to celebrate our 25 years. We made about £1,000 on the auction and tombola alone. Everything we auctioned off had been donated by local businesses and restaurants. Visitors enjoyed music, cream teas, plant stalls, bric a brac and crafts – while others simply soaked up the sun.

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Apuldram Farewells to Pam + Rosie


Two long serving Apuldram staff said tearful farewells to the Apuldram Centre last month. Both Pam Porter and Rosie Peskett enjoyed leaving parties at the Centre as a little thank you for all their hard work over the years. Fish n chips were the order of the day for trainees and staff as we surprised Pam Porter with a retirement party on her last day after 11 years service. On the 30th April 2014, the Apuldram Centre also said goodbye to Rosie Peskett with a BBQ and drinks wishing her well in the future. See pictures and more details below.

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