First phase of St Wilfrid’s Hospice move set to begin

Artist's impression of what the new hospice will look like
Artist's impression of what the new hospice will look like
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The first stage of St Wilfrid’s ‘DREAMBUILDING’ project to build a modern new hospice in Bosham is about to get underway.

At the beginning of August, demolition contractors will begin clearing the Oakcroft Nursery site of redundant glass houses, out houses and overgrown vegetation in preparation for the relocation from its current home in Donnington.

A bird's eye view of the Oakcroft Nursery site in Bosham

A bird's eye view of the Oakcroft Nursery site in Bosham

Chief executive Alison Moorey said: “St Wilfrid’s Hospice is very much looking forward to becoming part of the local Bosham and Fishbourne communities and it is our aim to ensure that construction of this new facility will cause as little disruption to village life as possible.

“I would like to thank local residents for their patience and understanding during this time.”

Due to wildlife nesting habits, the hospice has until the end of November to ensure the site is completely cleared.

It is hoped that, providing enough money has been raised, construction of the new St Wilfrid’s will begin in spring 2017.

Work to remove derelict glass houses will start next month

Work to remove derelict glass houses will start next month

Should local residents have any questions or concerns regarding site clearance or any other aspect of the DREAMBUILDING project, they have been asked to contact DREAMBUILDING campaign coordinator, Chloe Neilson-Hopkins on 01243 775302 or by email: chloe.neilsonhopkins@stwh.co.uk

To read more about St Wilfrid’s plans for this exciting new community facility, visit: www.dreambuilding.org.uk

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The old out houses will be demolished in preparation for the new hospice

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