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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.
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Please save the date for: The Cheshire “Meet the Developer” Event A one-day event for Cheshire communities to engage with developers 12th March 2015, 10.00am to 3.30pm Crewe Alexandra Football Ground Aim of the Event This one-day event has been organised to bring together local councils...
Posted by Sue Conway on December 15th
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
A raft of cuts in red tape will make it easier for village halls to be the social heart of their communities, says Cheshire Community Action. The charity says major changes to Government regulations on entertainment licensing, which come fully into force from April 6, have reduced the burden on community...
Posted by Rachel on April 7th
Starting this week Cheshire Community Action are proud to announce that we once again have a Community Agent working in the rural areas of the south Chester area. Community Agent Coordinator (West) Carol Weaver will be available to support older people and vulnerable adults in accessing services. The target beneficaries...
Posted by Sue Conway on April 7th
Cheshire Community Action welcomes two new team members today, the 1st of April 2015. Andrea Harris (left handside picture) and Trish Farrar (right handside picture) are welcome additions to the Community Agents team. Andrea and Trish will spend the next few weeks buddying up with the Agents and familiarising themselves...
Posted by Sue Conway on April 1st
A Home Office ruling on licensing fees is being hailed as a victory for Cheshire’s network of village halls. Hall committees had feared that Government proposals to set fees locally would lead to an increase in charges. However, after listening to the views of volunteers who run the...
Posted by Sue Conway on March 23rd
Last week we facilitated the ‘Meet the Developer Event’ at Crewe Alexandra Football Stadium. The one day event, believed to be the first one of its kind nationally, was organised to bring together Local Councils, community representatives and organisations that are developing homes across Cheshire. The event was...
Posted by Sue Conway on March 13th
Francis Maude, Minister for the Cabinet Office paid a visit to Cheshire Community Action on Thursday the 26th of February 2015. Cheshire Community Action; a long established rural charity; deliver community transport schemes, community outreach for older people, community pride competition and bespoke support to communities involved with neighbourhood planning. Francis...
Posted by Sue Conway on March 3rd
Lucy has published the first Neighbourhood Plan Newsletter. To view click here
Posted by Rachel on February 26th
says the Rural Services Network in an article written by Ruralcity Media: People who live and work in the countryside face a bigger battle than ever to afford their own home, says a report. The Rural Housing Policy Review Group, chaired by Lord Richard Best, launched its Fair...
Posted by Sue Conway on February 24th
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