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Launch of revamped youth hub attracts star crowd


Mayor of Chichester, Councillor Peter Evans joined residents, funders and local dignitaries at the official opening of a new youth hub at Swanfield Park Community Centre on Friday 1 September after £100,000 was dedicated to the renovation.

The work which took place between May and August, has transformed a disused shower and toilet room into a fully functional space for the youth hub. The build was made possible by local residents who, over two years, generously donated to fundraising events organised by housing group A2Dominion and thriving residents group SPRING.

The hub completes the new look community centre, which recently benefited from a £3,000 revamp after local businesses, including A2Dominion’s partner company Pyramid Plus, donated time and money to fully repaint it.

The space will now be used by young people looking to improve their health, wellbeing and fitness. Classes and activities will be held in the hub and people are advised to get in touch with SPRING or to drop in to the centre if they’re interested in attending.

Dawn Wightman, A2Dominion’s Group Housing Director, said:

“We’re really proud to be a part of this and to celebrate the completion of such an important space. It is a privilege to be a part of such a strong community.

“Thank you to those who donated to our joint fundraising activities over the last two years, and to the local partners and residents who have worked hard to make this project come to life. The investment you have put in is more than worth it and will benefit young people for years to come.”

Tracey Chapman, Chair of SPRING, said:

“The support we’ve had from A2Dominion and our local partners has been amazing and we would not be where we’re today without them. Having access to this new space will change the way we work and what we can offer young people using the centre, and we just can’t wait to get started!”


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Vaneesha Parekh

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A2Dominion Group

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Becky Endacott

Press and External Communications Manager

A2Dominion Group

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Notes to Editors

Local Partners including Chichester District Council, Chichester City Council, West Sussex County Council, The Joint Agency Group, Chichester Priory Rotary Club, Pyramid Plus, Covers, Tudor Glass & Security, PMbuilding, Brooks Construction, Visions Maintenance, Bridgelane Construction, HTR Construction and Mr Danny Habel: all contributed time and financial investment into creating a new space for the youth hub.

A2Dominion is a residential property group with almost 37,000 homes across London and southern England, and thousands more in the development pipeline.

The Group provides affordable, private and social rented homes, student, NHS and temporary accommodation, as well as supported housing and homes for older people.

It also offers high-quality sustainable homes for sale and shared ownership, available through its FABRICA by A2Dominion brand.

Whilst the Group takes a commercial approach to housebuilding, all of its profits are used for a social purpose, with millions of pounds reinvested into delivering more new homes and better services for customers.

A2Dominion is part of the g15, a group of the largest housing providers in London.

Visit www.a2dominion.co.uk.

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