Posted November 16, 2018 07:14:57 Chislehills, in the south west of England, is home to a unique blend of people: a diverse population that is often seen as part of a single community, and a vibrant, inclusive, and caring community that is part of the country.
Chislehas a population of over 100,000, with an estimated 1.4 million people living in the town.
The town, with its stunning cliffs, stunning countryside, and stunning natural beauty, has also seen many notable individuals who have left a legacy that continues to inspire generations to this day.
Chislehires the title of the UK’s sixth most diverse town, and the second most diverse in England, with a population density of over 80 per cent.
The community has also been named the UKs fifth most culturally diverse town by the Centre for British Culture, and is also ranked second by the University of London.
The Chislehill Community Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organisation with the mission to foster and develop an inclusive and supportive community for people with disabilities in Chisle, where they can live and work freely and openly.
Chillehills is the first of its kind to be identified as an independent organisation.
As such, the Chisle Hire Community Foundation, with the support of the Chilehills Government, is able to take the lead in promoting the benefits of ChisleHire and in promoting Chisle as a culturally diverse community.
For more information about the Chisehills Community Foundation and to find out more about the role of the community in Chisehill, visit www.chilehill.org.uk.