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Cheshire Community Action has been serving Cheshire, Halton and Warrington for over 80 years, helping to develop sustainable and vibrant rural communities where people want to live and work.
We have a very loyal team with extensive experience of working with the rural communities of Cheshire. They are dedicated to giving all of our customers one hundred percent support and guidance.
To this end, we are involved with a wide range of projects and issues, all of which are becoming increasingly important as the quality of rural life, and the services provided for rural communities, come increasingly under threat.
Cheshire Community Action is one of 38 Rural Community Councils of England. Since the 1930s the work of Rural Community Councils has expanded to include most issues that touch rural areas.
As of the 19th of October 2915, CCA will be operating from a new office. The details are as follows: Queens House Annexe, Queens Road, Chester CH1 3BQ 01244 400222
Posted by Chris on October 16th
Cheshire Community Action's car scheme, which operates in the Chester area, provides transport to passengers who may be older, have a disability, or struggle to access public transport where they live. It provides affordable transport to passengers who need to visit family, friends, shops, doctors, dentists and hospital...
Posted by Sue Conway on May 27th
Learn to PAT test Monday 26th September Chester CH1 3BQ 1.30pm — 4.30pm Quick Test working with Cheshire Community Action keeping your village hall/community building/workplace safe For more information on how to register click here
Posted by Chris on June 16th
Following a Library Service review in 2014, and a reduction in the number of mobile library vehicles, it has been necessary to review the current service provided by the Mobile Library. The briefing document explains the current provision by the Mobile Library and also outlines the proposal of how the service...
Posted by Chris on June 14th
DCLG have created a new neighbourhood planning microsite which is the place for people to go to find out how to get started, with a step by step guide through the process, resources include a downloadable leaflet and customisable poster for use in local neighbourhoods. The microsite is hosted on...
Posted by Chris on May 27th
HEAVY goods vehicles are having a serious impact on rural communities, says a council transport leader. Mark Winnington, of Staffordshire County Council, was speaking after the publication of a select committee report looking into the matter in the county. A complex range of issues needed to be addressed by a...
Posted by Chris on May 25th
Campaigners are urging Government to back up its pledge to give added strength to neighbourhood planning, following a debate on the Housing and Planning Bill on Monday (9 May) Planning minister Brandon Lewis once again rejected a Lords amendment tabled by Baroness Parminter to enable communities with a complete or...
Posted by Chris on May 16th
Government plans for faster broadband threaten to impose an unfair cost on rural residents, says the Rural Services Network. The warning is contained in response to a broadband consultation by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. The DCMS consultation is seeking views on a new broadband Universal Service Obligation ...
Posted by Chris on April 25th
THE GREAT POTTERY THROW DOWN IS BACK! BBC Two contest The Great Pottery Throw Down is returning in 2016 and the production team are currently looking for the next batch of great amateur to early career potters to take part. Perhaps you aspire to become a full-time professional? Or, are...
Posted by Chris on March 22nd
The First Communities in Cheshire East to Pass their Neighbourhood Plans Referendums On Thursday 10th March registered voters in Bunbury and Brereton gave their approval to the Neighbourhood Plans in both areas by voting a majority ‘yes’ in referendum. Both Bunbury and Brereton achieved a 96% ‘yes’...
Posted by Chris on March 14th
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