New Community Centre Building Survey

Take our new building surveyOur village needs a new community centre. The maintenance costs on the current 60-year old building are too high and the demand from our growing population already exceeds its capacity. We need your help to plan our new facility. Please take a few moments to complete and return the attached Freepost questionnaire.

We need a new Community Centre Chalfont St Peter’s existing community centre is reaching the end of its useful life. The maintenance costs are rising and demand exceeds supply.

Already about 1,500 people from more than 75 groups, including U3A, Bridge, table tennis, judo, fine arts, and a children’s nursery, visit the centre each week. We frequently have to turn away bookings. There is also an option to work with the local Guides, whose current very old building has also outlived its original purpose and is used by 80 young people every week, but without any space for parking and has high maintenance costs.

Our plans We have started planning a new, bigger and better community centre, which we hope will also incorporate a new Guide facility. We envisage the new building will include a bigger central hall and stage area with up-dated sound and lighting, and more meeting rooms with wifi facilities.

Help us plan our new facilities You can help by telling us your views on the facilities the new building should provide.

Please take a few moments to fill in the short questionnaire opposite, which you can tear off and return using its FREEPOST or drop it off at the existing community centre, or the Co-op.

Thank you
David Burbidge,
Chalfont St Peter Community Centre

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Tell us what you think our new community centre should provide.
We need your help to plan our new community centre. Please take a few moments and complete our questionnaire and tell us what the new building should provide.
Watch this space we will load the questionnaire next week.

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Self Protection Workshops January 2017

Self Protection CoursesProtect your family and teach them to protect themselves

Whatever age you are, the ability to protect yourself will provide you with a life-long skill. It will increase threat consciousness and personal confidence. These skills can be used in your daily routine, not just in conflict scenarios and are applicable for every age group. Self-protection does not need to be 100% physical. The most effective protection against intimidation is overcoming your feelings of vulnerability. Self Protection Ltd will teach you how. We will also provide you with a realistic, stressful, threat based scenario in which to prove the effectiveness of what you have learnt with us.

In conjunction with the Gerrards Cross Community Association (GXCA), Self Projection Ltd ran a workshop on 13th March 2016 in the Colston Hall. It was funded by a Big Lottery Award grant that GXCA had been successful in winning. Over 90 people attended the workshop, 50 of these were under the age of 17 years old.

Self Protection Courses Lottery FundedSelf Protection Ltd is running another lottery funded workshop in Beaconsfield and Chalfont St Peter in January 2017. Each date will be split into age groups to provide relevant content.

Sunday, 22nd January 2017 – Chalfont St Peter Community Centre, SL9 9QX

  • Ages 18+: 1pm to 4:30pm
  • 65+: 5:30pm to 7:30pm

Sunday, 29th January 2017 – Chalfont St Peter Community Centre, SL9 9QX

  • Ages 15 to 17: 10:30am to 12:30pm
  • Ages 11 to 14: 1:30pm to 3pm
  • Ages 7 to 11: 4pm to 5pm

Self Protection CoursesThe whole local community are invited to attend these free courses. Places can be reserved at or on 07397 197177.
The instructors on the workshops run by Self Protection Ltd are fully qualified, first aid trained, insured and DBS checked.

Background Information

  • 7th Degree Tae Kwon-do Master Malcolm Jones and Matthew Collins, who is a black belt in Judo, Tae Kwon-do and Kickboxing, established Self Protection Ltd in 2014
  • Malcolm and Matt have over 50 years of combined martial arts training but they established Self Protection Ltd to overcome the generic technical and rule based self protection routines inherent in martial arts. Self Protection Ltd focuses on each individual’s biological response to stress and conflict
  • Self Protection Ltd was established to provide knowledge to those who may feel vulnerable and want to enhance their positive body language and ability to resolve aggression and situations of conflict
  • Self Protection LimitedSelf Protection Ltd workshops are not all physical, prescriptive defences but educate people to understand their bodies and minds at times of stress when in vulnerable situations and how to respond accordingly to produce the best possible outcome
  • Workshops are run for different age groups with content varying accordingly
  • The Big Lottery Fund supports the aspirations of people who want to make life better for their communities across the UK. They are responsible for giving out 40% of the money raised by the National Lottery for good causes and invest over £650 million a year in projects big and small in health, education, environment and charitable purposes.
  • Since June 2004 we have awarded over £8 billion to projects that make a difference to people and communities in need, from early years intervention to commemorative travel funding for World War Two veterans
  • Since the National Lottery began in 1994, £33 billion has been raised and more than 450,000 grants awarded

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