Over the last couple of months the community house has received a much needed make over.
Not only did this project provide a fun diversionary activity for the children in the school holidays, the new artwork has really lifted the feel of the house. The refreshed boards now show the wide variety of help, support and activities that are on offer at the house, and I hope that this will encourage more people to come and see us. Sue Brown, project manager
The start of the transformation happened in February, with students from Worthing High School spending a day at the house decorating the main room, painting the garden fence and shed, and helping to prepare flower beds as part of their enrichment day.
The make over continued during the Easter holidays with people of all ages taking part in activities which saw the completion of the transformation.
In the back garden the shed was given a lively new look by way of a mural depicting everyday life in the garden. Whilst the artwork boards to the front of the house were given a fresh new look to show the many different aspects of life in the house, from the use of computers, to gardening, to tea and chat mornings.
The updated artwork boards were lifted back into place on 6 May.