Marple Wharf

£120

raised of £3,000 target
4
supporters
4% 19 days left
This project will only be funded if at least £3,000 is pledged by December 26th 2019 at 1:53pm

To restore, renovate and bring back into community use, a historically significant Grade 2 listed former warehouse.

by Karen Sangster in Marple, England, United Kingdom

WHY ARE WE DOING IT?

Our vision is to make the Wharf a unique community heritage centre, cafe and fitness facility created to fill identified gaps in the markets in Marple. It will be a hub for the local community and visitors – where people can go to meet, learn, participate and be entertained. It will be a place to connect with fellow fitness enthusiasts, learn about Marple’s heritage and enjoy simple wholesome refreshment whilst taking in the picturesque views The Wharf aims to be the town’s most successful community facility in both commercial and visitor appreciation terms.  It will provide a range of facilities and must-see experiences for the community and visitors alike.  We will encourage social cohesion, communal activities, fundraising events and participation in local groups and fitness activities. 

Rewards

This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£5 or more

£5 Reward

Donate £5 and once the cafe is opened you can claim a free hot drink!

£10 or more

0 of 200 claimed

£10 Reward

Limited Edition Coaster featuring artwork by local artist Paul Gent + one free hot drink from the cafe once it is open!

£20 or more

1 of 100 claimed

£20 Reward

Limited edition Marple Wharf mug featuring artwork by local artist Paul Gent + one free coffee from the cafe once it is opened!

£30 or more

1 of 75 claimed

£30 Reward

Pledge £30 and get a limited edition tote bag featuring artwork by local artist by Paul Gent + 2 free hot drinks once the cafe is open!

£50 or more

1 of 50 claimed

£50 Reward

Limited Edition A4 numbered print of the Wharf Building picture which was commissioned exclusively for the project!


Let's make 'Marple Wharf' happen

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