Welcome back to Faraday House!

Over the past few months, we have been working tirelessly to create a safe, socially-distanced yet still warm, welcoming and friendly event space.

Our self-contained Conference Suite, which is separate from the main building and has its own alternate entrance / exit, you can now utilize the room whilst remaining safely distanced from the main building's entrance area.  Our room layouts will be set up according to the current social distancing regulations. Our Conference Suite is a well-ventilated room which also contains an extractor fan to help with air flow, allowing fresh air to circulate. The Suite also comes equipped with its own self-contained kitchen area for making refreshments and light snacks and toilets keeping you, and your attendee’s safe.

We here at Faraday House can’t wait to welcome you all back and show off our new ‘Safety First’ layout with you!

In addition, we have an exciting new opportunity for another organisation to join the community at Faraday House. We have a medium sized office space available for rental at a competitive rate. Please contact us to arrange a viewing or visit our website www.faradayhouse.org for more info.

If you require any more information please do not hesitate to contact us at faradayhouse@ageukeastsussex.org.uk or alternatively on 01323404555

Over and above all this exciting news, we will keep you updated throughout this period. Stay tuned for more!

We look forward to seeing you all again!

The Faraday House Team.

National Citizenship Service Meetup at Faraday House

Published 29th of July 2019

Age UK East Sussex was delighted to welcome 10 volunteers from the National Citizenship Service to our HQ at Faraday House in Hampden Park on 17th July.

NCS is a life-changing programme open to all teenagers aged 15-17 to discover who they are and what they can do.

These young people helped clear the garden area at Faraday House in support of the “social action” part of the programme. They made short work of over grown borders and tidied up the meeting area which is very popular with staff and tenants at Faraday House, a social enterprise community building which provides space and facilities for a number of local charities and businesses.

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Age UK East Sussex CEO, Steve Hare, said: “It’s great to see local young people volunteer to help support local older people and, of course, our HQ. The garden looks so much better now; thanks to all involved”.

Not only have this group of young volunteers shown us their gardening skills, but they also embarked on some fundraising in Bexhill on 18th and 19th July, raising important donations toward our work.

If you would like to volunteer, or have a fundraising event you would like to run on our behalf or if you would like to find out more about hiring our meeting rooms and other facilities at Faraday House, please call us on 01273 467404.