Kit & McConnel Perform A Benefit Concert for The Trust.
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Welcome to the Maltings in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
Located in the heart of the town, the historic Maltings building currently provides a range of spaces suitable for craft fairs, festivals, wedding receptions, private parties, education events, launches, conferences and meetings. The newly developed Sackhouse offers affordable business and meeting space plus a further community room suitable for training, and art exhibitions. The Maltings is also home of the Granary, our intimate 68 seat studio auditorium.
The Trust was successful in gaining a Heritage Lottery Fund first round pass for £1.84M towards the Wells Maltings Project in September 2013 which will transform the site into an exciting new heritage, learning, community and arts centre that will preserve the original building and create a year round destination for residents and visitors. It was also successful in securing a £610,000 grant from the Coastal Communities Fund. To find out more about the exciting development project click here.
THE PIRATES ARE COMING! 9th – 11th September 2016 – To find out about our spectacular annual award winning community fundraiser visit our Facebook page and sign up for the adventure.
How you can help
As a charity we rely on money raised from grant applications and various community fundraising initiatives, as well as generous donations from supporters of the Project. If you would like to make a donation, or would like to help with fundraising please contact Becky on 01328 839000 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Come and join our volunteer working party!!
We love our volunteers and appreciate any spare time you might have, as there are always jobs that need doing and many varied opportunities to get involved across the project in areas that might interest you including heritage, arts, facilities management and the TIC. Why not drop in to see us or give us a call and find out about joining our Working Party which meets on a monthly basis to look at project news and priorities?