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Nicholaston House Development Update 

1 February 2019

Trustees are awaiting news on various funding applications concerning the development plans for Nicholaston House. In 2018, a target start development date of August 2019 was set and fundraising commenced, with nearly £65k being raised to date. As news on major funding applications is still awaited, trustees agreed it prudent to continue programme planning for the remainder of 2019 and also into early 2020. Fundraising efforts continue and further announcements will be made in due course regarding development plans, once news about other funding streams are clear. Nicholaston House is open for bookings for the whole or 2019 - full programme details are available on the website, with new events recently added: www.nicholastonhouse.org


To make a booking enquiry for 2019 or beyond, please contact Nicholaston House on (01792) 371317 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and ask to speak with the Operations Manager.

Please Donate!

If you would like to donate the Nicholaston House development fund, please visit: https://www.give.net/NHDevelopmentProject 


Follow news of the Nicholaston House development plans on the Nicholaston House website at: http://www.nicholastonhouse.org/about-us/news 

The Development Vision

Over the last 20 years, Nicholaston House has been privileged to help people from all walks of life with a host of different needs. But, in today’s pressurized world, where so many are in need of spiritual and mental healing, a huge re-development is desperately needed. 

In 2018, trustees launched an exciting initiative to help to raise £2million for a life-changing re-development. The aim is to be able to accommodate additional people, yet have more private ‘breakout’ spaces, as well as bedrooms with balconies and self-contained eco-pods in the garden. For most individuals and companies, a £2million bill for the works would be a serious undertaking, but, for a charity, it is a very significant challenge. Funding will come from a number of different streams, but Swansea City Mission and Educational Trust need to raise at least 25% of the total cost. With your help, we can do this – and achieve even more – over the next 20 years. If you would like to help to bring this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to fruition by giving a donation to the development project fund, please donate online at: https://www.give.net/NHDevelopmentProject 


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