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Alongside the core management team, a diverse group of people are helping bring The Old Chapel Cafe to life! A special thanks must go to the local people of Saltney Ferry who have volunteered and got involved with the developments so far. Sharing ideas and thoughts on what they would like to see happening in their cafe and activity space… Brilliant.

Core Management Team

Darren

Building manager, in charge of site development, and a Director of WACE – find your place and way, the community interest company who manage the building.

Richard

Activities and publicity coordinator and a Director of WACE – find your place and way, the community interest company who manage the building.

Lorna Sears

Lorna

Community listener and  coordinator and a Director of WACE – find your place and way, the community interest company who manage the building.

Core Support Team

Joy

Building owner and amazing summer pop-up cafe organiser, cake ninja and sewing machine guru!

Sonia

Building owner and amazing summer pop-up cafe, ‘let’s do this’ driving force and party fundraising organiser!

Martin Ankers

Martin

Top advisor on all things grants, structures and forms. Plus Toddler group and party organiser and founder of Springboard

Support Organisations

PLUS:

A HUGE thanks to all our volunteers!

we are looking for volunteerswhat activities question graphicDo get in touch, we're here to help! Looking to make a difference by volunteering? Want to hire a space to give something a go? Need support getting something off the ground?

How can we help?

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The Old Chapel Cafe is a project managed by WACE-Chester.

Wace create spaces where people can chill out, join in, try something new and develop their own ideas.

Helping them make a positive difference in their community by using the skills and ideas they have or want to develop. Everyone finding a place, and a way forward, in a mentally and physically healthier, happier world’. WACE-Chester is a community interest company. 

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