The Oyster Project, Lewes

This entry was last updated: 27th May, 2019

Drama, Art , Well-being  & More…

Initiating CREATIVE award-winning voluntary community action ​by people with physical disability of all ages and older people.

Based at the historic Westgate Chapel 92a High Street Lewes.

The Oyster Project was founded in 2004 by John Russell and became a registered charity in 2009 receiving the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service in 2014

The Oyster Project supports weekly drama groups, a weekly art group and an annual family camp.  In 2019 we plan to offer a series of ‘Well-being’ workshops and ‘Creative Community’ a Dementia friendly art/craft workshop and support for carers.

We also support the work of Westgate who support groups working with homeless people and those with addiction and also the work of Radio Lewes which was founded by Oyster members.

Please contact Hannah for information about any of the groups at Westgate.


Charity no: 1132007

Accessibility and additional needs

Fully wheelchair accessible, with a disabled toilet.

Contact Information


Westgate Chapel, 92a High Street, Lewes, BN7 1QH

Volunteering Opportunities

Please contact the organisation to discuss