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Popular Paddling Pool to limit its numbers

A popular free tourist attraction in Congleton is introducing a maximum limit on the number of people in the area at any one time following health and safety guidance. Congleton Town Council is alerting users of the paddling pool in Park Road Congleton that the number of people admitted into the area will be limited … Continued

Anti-Social Behaviour- Who to call?

Don’t suffer from Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) in silence! Anti-social behaviour is recognised as any aggressive, intimidating or destructive activity that damages or destroys another person’s quality of life. It can include persistent noise, verbal abuse, threatening behaviour and graffiti. During office hours, you can report anti-social behaviour to a dedicated team at Cheshire East Council … Continued

Congleton In Bloom- Growing for Gold

Congleton In Bloom has been working with businesses, schools and groups to make Congleton bloom again this Summer. The team would like to offer a huge thank you to everyone who has helped with litter picking, planting, weeding, sponsoring and sprucing up an area. Once again it has been a mammoth town effort. North West … Continued

Margaret’s Trust- Open for Applications

Local Congleton groups and organisations have until the 31st July to put forward their great ideas for projects to improve the natural or cultural environment in Congleton. The best projects will be considered for a share of £7000 worth of funding available from the Margaret Williamson Memorial Fund. When Margaret Williamson, Congleton’s “First Lady” died … Continued

Congleton’s Summer Discovery Trail

Congleton’s Summer Discovery Trail takes you on a journey around Congleton. To play, simply download the free “Mobile Adventures” game from the App Store or Google Play. Once installed, use the games scanner to read the unique QR code and navigate your way through the challenge! Your aim is to visit as many of the … Continued

Have Your Say on Proposed Bus Changes

Local people have until Wednesday 26th July to give Cheshire East Council their feedback on the implications for proposed bus changes. Cheshire East has put forward suggestions aimed at making a £1.6 million saving on supported bus services. These are services that Cheshire East currently helps to subsidise. The main proposed changes for Congleton are: … Continued

Beary good time was had by all!

If you went down to Congleton Leisure Centre on Tuesday 13th June you were in for a big surprise as over 250 toddlers and their teddy bears gathered for the annual Teddy Bears Picnic. A beary good time was had by all! The afternoons activities started with the toddlers welcoming the Congleton Bear family to … Continued

Moody Street Sensory Garden

TRANQUIL SENSORY SPACE IN THE HEART OF CONGLETON TOWN CENTRE An under-used and tired garden space in Moody Street Congleton has been transformed into a vibrant sensory space suitable for people of all ages to relax and enjoy, thanks to an initiative between Congleton Partnership, Ansa, Cheshire East Council and Congleton Town Council. The unloved … Continued

Brass on the Grass 2017

Friends of Congleton Park- 4th Annual Brass on the Grass- a free concert in Congleton Park with acts performing from the Bandstand. Included in the line-up: Roberts Bakery Brass Band, Rode Hall Silver Band and the Biddulph Male Voice Choir. This is a free event but donations will be appreciated. ** Please note: parking on … Continued