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Anne Taylor and Andrea Sargeant
We still need more volunteers. Can you help? Please contact Anne or Andrea
The Chappell Centre is open Tuesday to Friday, from 9 am until 2:30 pm serving snacks, hot and cold drinks and light lunches. Last orders at 2 pm. Saturday opening during term time 9 am to 12 pm
The lounge is available most afternoon after 2:30. Could you make use of the space for an hour for a support group, a discussion group, a group sharing a common interest? There would be no charge so long as you are not already a recognised organisation and you would be open to welcoming other people to join you. You may wish to meet monthly or weekly. Speak to Anne or Andrea if you are interested.
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The Chappell Centre has been created as a resource for both the church and the community in Mossley. It is an asset of the Parish of Congleton and managed on its behalf by Congleton Team Parish Networking. The directors of the Company which is CTP Networking are David Taylor, Heather Kemball, Christine Scott and Helen Harrison.
Mossley Village Hall
In the 1950s Mr Clyde Chappell made a donation of land for the creation of a Village Hall in Mossley. The Hall is the property of the Parish of Congleton. The Hall is currently managed by a Village Hall Committee which is responsible to the Congregational Committee of Holy Trinity Church, Mossley. For more than fifty years it has provided a venue for clubs, societies, public meetings and private parties. In recent years a number of improvements have been made to the Hall including a completely re-fitted kitchen to meet current hygiene and safety legislation. The hall has also undergone further improvements - the walls have been replastered, new wall lights fitted, it has been redecorated and there are further changes to come.
The Chappell Centre
In 2008 Miss Elaine Chappell left a substantial legacy to the Parish of Congleton for the sole use of the Village Hall. After consultation, planning permission was given for additional facilities to be built alongside the Village Hall to be known as the Chappell Centre. A two storey building was constructed providing a Community Lounge and a Community Room equipped with audio visual and internet facilities. It is hoped that these new facilities will complement those of the current Village Hall and nearby Old School Community Centre by providing a more modern and well equipped social amenity for the residents of Mossley.
Fiona Bruce, MP for Congleton and the Mayor of Congleton opened The Chappell Centre on Saturday 21st September 2013. The Venerable Ian Bishop, Archdeacon of Macclesfield, and representitives from the various companies involved in the planning, construction and setting up of the centre, accountants and volunteers joined the celebrations.