We’ve sold over 80 Christmas Trees, 25 more than 2019. Our stock is now sold-out. Thank you so much for all of your support. We will have extra stock for Christmas 2021. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
We have taken the decision to leave the shop/café closed until after the Christmas/New Year break, re-opening on Wednesday 6th January. However, we have also decided to keep the Florence Road kiosk open until the end the end of 2020, other than on Christmas Day (weather dependent). At the kiosk we will be selling Christmas cards, jams and chutneys, apple juice, mince pies, cheese biscuits, wreaths and the usual hot and cold drinks and snacks. In this way, we can keep all the staff and trainees safe ahead of the Christmas break and put our services in the heart of the community. Any pre-ordered wreaths can still be collected from the centre up until 18th December. We will also have a stall at the Chichester Farmers’ Market this Friday, 4th December and again on the 18th. We wish all our shop/café customers a safe and happy Christmas, we look forward to seeing you in 2021. Best wishes from all at the Apuldram Centre.
Telephone sales now being taken for Christmas Trees – 01243 783370, order, pay, collect or we can deliver in Chichester area.
Our Charity Christmas cards are now on sale; telephone us, pay and collect. Telephone order line 01243 783370, paid orders can be collected from the Apuldram Centre or Florence Park Kiosk. Monday to Friday 8.30am to 4.30pm, collections subject to Covid-Secure measures.
Stay safe in the coming weeks, if you’re out and about exercising on your own or with your household then our Florence Park Kiosk will be serving take-away hot & cold drinks and snacks.
Since March 2020, our shop/café has been temporarily closed to protect the health and safety of our staff and customers due to both on-going building works and the Covid-19 pandemic.
We have been closely monitoring and following Government advice and have now completed our Covid Secure risk assessment for the shop/café and all building works are now complete.
We now look forward to welcoming the public back to our site to visit the shop/café from Wednesday 28th October.
Shop/café opening hours are 9am to 4.15pm Monday to Friday.
Our priority is to ensure the continued safety of our staff, customers and trainees and along with our new facilities you will notice some changes when you can read these here https://www.apuldram.org/shop-cafe/
As of 2nd July the Florence Park Kiosk will reopen, 7 days a week (timings and opening may vary depending on the weather)…
We are serving hot and cold drinks, ice-creams, sweet and savory snacks. To keep you and our staff safe we are taking contactless payments.
Please pop along and see us, bring along a picnic blanket and enjoy the park.
Today, as agreed, we have reviewed the temporary and precautionary closure of our daycare services at the Apuldram Centre and Hub Club in light of the latest Government guidance regarding coronavirus and social distancing.
The Government have not yet provided any further clarification as to when the current UK lockdown restrictions will be lifted, therefore, the Apuldram Centre will remain closed to all day care customers and public, we will review this decision during the first week of May 2020.
The Apuldram Centre is continuing to provide essential at home support to customers within our supported living services. We have also offered some daily respite, (where it is safe to do so) to those supported living customers who are staying temporarily with their families. We are keeping in regular contact with all of our day service customers, staff and volunteers using a variety of technologies.
We thank you all for your understanding and continued cooperation. If you have specific queries please contact us during office hours Monday to Friday by email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01243 783 370
Our site is now closed to everyone other than essential workers. Staff are working remotely and you can still contact us on our normal number 01243 783370 or email email@example.com “Stay Home, Stay Safe”