Please contact us if you have a question or would like to know more about our space.
- Address:The Pavilion, Connolly Way, Graylingwell Park, Chichester, PO19 6DA
- Phone:01243 537526
- Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgOpens in your application
How to find us
Please note that there are bus gates in place dividing Graylingwell Park, which means you can only access The Pavilion by car, through the West entrance and College Lane. (please see map)
From Northgate roundabout take the A286 north towards Lavant
After Oaklands Park, turn right down Wellington Road
At the crossroads with College Lane go straight on, down Connolly Way
Continue down Connolly Way, with Havenstoke Park to your left, until you come to The Pavilion on your left hand side.
Parking is available outside the Pavilion, with additional parking alongside the park on Blomfield Drive, if you turn left immediately after The Pavilion.
If you approach from the East Entrance – Kingsmead Avenue , then you can park next to Graylingwell Chapel and simply walk round to the Pavilion – it is a two minute walk from there.
Directions to The Pavilion from Eastbound A27:
Junction of A27/A285
From Barnfield Drive (PO19 6UX) Homebase is on your left. Straight over the next roundabout. Continue past Aldi on your right, Kingsmead Avenue. Take the second exit at the next roundabout.
Turn right at the junction onto Blomfield Drive and follow the road around, you will then see the chapel on your right hand side, with parking spaces close to it.
Continue walking along Blomfield Drive, then turn left onto Connolly Way, and The Pavilion is on your right hand side.
There are 12 parking spaces immediately outside The Pavilion, and 8 parking spaces along Blomfield Drive, sat alongside Havnestoke Park. Whilst parking is available at The Pavilion and in the local vicinity, parking is limited. Please see our parking map for more details.
Chichester Community Development Trust is committed to encouraging a low carbon and green lifestyle; please consider organising car sharing or using the city’s trains, buses, bicycle paths and walking routes to minimise the impact of car travel on the local environment.