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

Portsmouth Football Club Tour


Apuldram trainees visited the the home of Portsmouth Football Club, Fratton Park on 23rd January 2015. Many of our football fans commented on how much they had enjoyed the tour and learning about the history of the club. The tour included sitting in the dugout, walking through the tunnel in which the teams run out, walking the steps of the main stands and inside the home team dressing room. Whilst we were in the changing rooms Kev (the pompey kit man) was laying out the team kit and boots for the game against Southend the next day. An incredible tour where we certainly left with more Portsmouth fans than we went with that’s for sure!

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Apuldram Booklet (£5 in our shop)


A booklet has been created by Paul Reed on behalf of the Apuldram Centre, showcasing the potted history of the Apuldram Centre.  The A4 booklet is packed full of photos, articles and newspaper cuttings from our 25 year history. The booklet can be purchased from The Apuldram Centre shop for as little as £5 (Hurry while stocks last). Photos and articles from trainees and staff past and present give the reader a real insight into the Apuldram Centre over our 25 year history.

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