We have a wonderful array of our produce including delicious cakes and savouries with most items made and produced at The Centre.
We seek partnership opportunities to develop our service offering and integrate within our wider communities.
We support people in our service and work with them to achieve their ambitions.
Working with people to help them achieve the life that they want.
Apuldram Supported Living currently provides support for up to 30 individuals with a learning disability, who live in Chichester and the surrounding area.
There is always a lot going on at the Apuldram Centre so have a look through some of the things we get up to!
Are you an adult with a learning disability who can access central Chichester independently or with a Carer? If yes, then why not visit the Hub Club.
The shop is open from 9.00am to 4.15pm Monday to Friday.
New legislation called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect today, 25th May 2018 and we have updated our Privacy Notice accordingly. We do update this notice from time to time so please do review this notice regularly. To read this please...read More
I’m Karen and I am a support worker for the Apuldram Centre. I work with people who have a learning disability and I help them to live the lives that they chose. I work with people in their own homes in different types of...read More
Friday 6th April saw Apuldram running its own stall in the Chichester Farmers’ Street Market, the first of a monthly series that will continue through the summer. Lucy, our Shop Supervisor, had arranged for samples of our cheesy biscuits, jams and pickles to whet...read More
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The Apuldram Centre is an independent registered charity, working to support adults with learning disabilities, and has delivered services in Chichester and surrounding area for over 28 years. Our services include a dedicated Day Centre offering meaningful and enterprising daytime occupational activities such as: horticultural, both on and off site; woodwork; cookery and arts & crafts. We also support a number of people in the Chichester area to live independently in their own tenancies. We run a community outreach service, Hub Club, three times a week in central Chichester.