Celfunde Inheritance

Service Details

Service Name
Celfunde Inheritance
Description of Service
Promoting and preserving the rich history and heritage of Chalfont St Peter
Service/Activity Type
  • Community
  • Councils
  • Leisure and Culture
Other please specify:
Is this service targeted towards a particular Ethnic/Cultural group?
  • (None selected)
Other please specify: all
Is this service targeted towards a particular group?
  • Non Specific (Everyone)
Specific Faith Group
all
Eligibility Criteria
This is a group comprising of volunteers. All are welcome. Our activities are for the benefit of all, both local residents and tourists from outside the area.
Days of Operation
  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • Sunday
Opening / Meeting Information
The volunteer group meets once a month but works continually in between on various projects.
Transport Provided
Transport Details
The volunteers arrange their own transport.

Venue Details

Street Address
Town/Village
County
Postcode
Email
Telephone
Facilities Available
  • Building accessible for disabled - e.g., ramped/flat access
  • Disabled parking spaces
  • Disabled toilet
  • Facilities for sensory impaired

Languages

The main language in which you communicate with this service's users
English
Please state any other languages used
French, German, Urdu, Hindi, Pnubjabi, Portuguese, Spanish.

Contact Details

Main contact name for service
Celfunde Inheritance
Street Address
4 Rickmansworth Lane
Town/Village
Chalfont St Peter
County
Buckinghamshire
Postcode
SL9 0HG
Email
djbcsp@hotmail.com
Telephone
01753893225

Additional Information

We are a group which works on behalf of the community, organising events and educational presentations. Our current projects include: production of local history publications for sale (with a view to partial self-funding); interviewing senior residents to record their memories as part of a living history project; participation in the parish council's heritage and conservation and village planning projects; establishing an archive of historical records and artefacts for future generations; production of a quarterly newsletter for free local distribution; participation in local events such as Feast Day Celebrations; liaison with other local museums and heritage centres; developing presentations on aspects of local history for delivery to local groups and schools.