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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
A UK based TV production team are looking for a willing community! There is a programme in development that is inspired by the recent raft of incredible, life-changing inventions that have gripped the nation, from 3D-printed prosthetic hands to robots for people with dementia. Across the series, a team...
Posted by Chris on November 26th
The long awaited European funding programme to help boost the rural economy is now live and taking applications. The programme can fund farmers, growers, foresters, other local rural businesses and rural community organisations to help: Create jobs Develop rural businesses Support the rural economy To be successful, applications must demonstrate...
Posted by Chris on November 23rd
Transport Affordable transport solutions for rural communities have never been more essential. Rural areas have experienced a considerable reduction in facilities, such as hospitals, health centres, post offices and libraries, due to cuts in funding and an agenda to centralise services...full story here.
Posted by Chris on November 20th
3rd Sector Consultation – Your Support Needs Cheshire West and Chester Council are currently reviewing Third Sector Infrastructure Development and Support services across Cheshire West and Chester in order to help shape the commissioning of future services. We are all working in a rapidly changing landscape and it is important...
Posted by Chris on November 19th
Come along to the Get Ready for Winter Health Fair. This is your opportunity to meet a wide range of local services and find out about how they can help you during the winter months. A variety of activities will be on offer such as FREE blood pressure checks, finding...
Posted by Chris on November 4th
Empty Properties Funding Programme – Land Aid LandAid has launched a £1 million empty properties funding programme to bring empty properties into use for young people in housing need. LandAid will fund work which turns empty properties into supported accommodation for young people who are either homeless, or at severe...
Posted by Chris on November 4th
The latest edition of the Connecting Cheshire Newsletter (October 2015) is available for downlaod here.
Posted by Chris on October 22nd
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