The Congleton Partnership is a community based volunteer organisation which carries out projects, events and improvements in the town. Local people are the key to the success of the Congleton Partnership. It relies on the passion, commitment, ideas and expertise of local people to bring projects to life. Everything the Partnership does is about making Congleton a vibrant, happy, healthy town where people want to live, work, rest and play.
The Partnership is led by an Executive Committee, the majority of which are residents, but it also includes representatives of Congleton Town Council, Cheshire East Council and local trusts.
The Partnership has a number of sub-groups. Whatever your interested in there is a group that could do with your help and support- these are all supported by an administrator.
The Partnership has delivered a number of infrastructure projects for Congleton including the Town Noticeboards, the Town Entry signs, the finger posts around the town and the River Dane Walkway. It has also been a major partner in helping to green Mountbatten Way, renew Antrobus Street Gardens/ Margaret’s Place and Moody Street Gardens, as well as supporting other Congleton In Bloom projects, the Dementia Buddy Scheme, many walking maps and routes alongside numerous other projects and events in Congleton.
To find out more about The Partnership, its structure, plans and achievements and to see how you can be part of this key group for Congleton please see the Congleton Partnership website.
Buddy & Befriending Scheme
This is a joint project between The Partnership and Changing Lives Together. The new scheme aims to reduce loneliness and isolation amongst the over 50’s in Congleton. Offering companionship for residents currently getting little contact from the outside world and longer term, encouragement to help people get out and about again. Read more here: Buddy & Befriending Poster
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