Sandham Memorial Chapel houses Stanley Spencer's First World War paintings and so we have started a project to help it play a significant role in the commemorations of 2014.
However, we urgently need to raise funds to be able to carry out the conservation and improvement work required to make the building stable, more accessible and even more inspiring.
Time is running out
In order to complete the restoration, conservation and facilities work that is taking place alongside the vital community and learning work which underpins this project we need to raise £400,000 by early 2014.
We have raised £171,000 so far through support of the Heritage Lottery fund, Wolfson Foundation, Greenham Common Trust and The Constance Travis Charitable Trust but we still need more help.
Could you donate…
- £50 – to help point up one of the main brick steps into the chapel
- £100 – to help restore a panel in the old chapel door
- £500 – to replace 1 metre of damaged or missing roof tiles
- £1000 – to help repair two of the main chapel windows, replacing them with glass which will protect the Stanley Spencer paintings
You can make your donation go further by donating through the Find a Grant website below, where the Greenham Common Trust will match every donation you make pound for pound.