Help Build The Walk Centre’s New Kitchen
Following the incredible achievement of building a new permanent primary school for The Walk Centre in summer 2017, African Adventures Foundation and Chichester College have teamed up once again to build a new on-site kitchen to make it easier for the catering team to cook breakfast and lunchtime meals for students.
The project’s current semi-permanent kitchen (made from iron sheets) was moved last spring to accommodate the new school block and is in disrepair. Ventilation is poor and space is limited, so it is difficult for chef Moses and the team to turn around such a huge volume of meals – up to 500 – on a daily basis.
The new kitchen, which will enable the project to re-install its energy-saving cookers, will cost £7,500 to build.
It will be made from stone and the same sturdy roofing materials used on the recent primary school, meaning it will last for decades.
Thank you for your generous support.