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Congleton Leisure Centre- Project Update

The project to redevelop Congleton Leisure Centre is now in the Pre-Construction Services stage, Cheshire East Council has appointed Pulse Design & Build following a comprehensive procurement. This stage of the project will see Cheshire East Council’s Project Team working with Pulse and their wider Design Team to refine the final design, culminating in the … Continued

Annual Rotary Bonfire 2018

Congleton Rotary Club will be lighting up the sky on Saturday 3rd November with Congleton’s Annual Bonfire and Firework Display, taking place in Congleton Park. Gates to the park will open at 5.00pm, with the torch-lit parade to light the bonfire at 6.00pm. The firework display for children will begin at 6.30pm with the main … Continued

Congleton Police- Working with you!

Some of the best intelligence the local police receive comes from within our own communities. A great deal of evidence and materials are needed to put together a case for searches or warrants, and the information provided by people living and working in Congleton is vital to help create a full intelligence picture. You can … Continued

100 Years On – A Call to Remember

Congleton’s Annual Remembrance Parade, organised by the Congleton Branch of The Royal British Legion, with support from the Town Council, is expected to be bigger than ever on Sunday 11th November, the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1. You can support the parade as it marches from Booth Street, taking in West Street, Antrobus … Continued

Congleton’s War Memorial Hospital

Congleton people are being asked to unite together to maintain services at Congleton’s War Memorial Hospital Services. Congleton Town Council and many others believe that the local services provided by this local hospital are vitally important for the people of Congleton and the surrounding parishes. With a recent announcement that the Minor Injuries Unit would … Continued

Congleton Museum Exhibition

Exhibition: “A Thoroughly Modern Woman”- Elizabeth Wolstenholme Elmy, now at Congleton Museum. Congleton Campaigner for Women’s Rights, a major figure in the Suffrage movement and worked closely with the Pankhurst’s and Millicent Fawcett. She was involved in setting up a rigorous system of education for girls that would allow them eventually to attend University and … Continued

Connected Communities Newsletter

Connected Communities are where people and community organisations come together to provide mutual help and support. Connected people and communities strengthen our community, reduce social isolation loneliness and enable local people to experience greater wellbeing. Click here to view the latest copy of the Newsletter.

Call for Projects in Margaret’s Memory

Local groups and organisations have until the end of November to submit a grant application for a second round of funding from the Margaret Williamson’s Fund. The fund was set up in memory of Margaret to support environmental, educational and cultural projects in Congleton.  Margaret was passionate about, and a driving force and inspiration behind … Continued

Congleton’s Medieval Banquet

On Friday 21st September from 7.00pm, Congleton Town Hall is hosting a Medieval Banquet as part of the celebrations commemorating 700 Years of Mayoralty in Congleton. There will be a Medieval themed food on trestle tables, named after famous medieval characters good for a group to sit together, for the table plan and timings of … Continued

St. Peter’s Bell Silenced for a Year

The bells of St. Peter’s Church in Chapel Street will have to remain silent until into 2019 in order to allow the new plaster ceiling to become completely dry and stable. St. Peter’s is Congleton’s Civic Church and the congregation has raised £291,000 with the help of the Heritage Lottery Fund, the Town Council, the … Continued