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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.
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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.
Life costs more if you are disabled. On average, disabled people spend £550 per month on disability related costs… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
Celebrating volunteering Vol Fest is a big FREE fun filled afternoon for all the family 1st July in Congleton Park… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
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By 2030 the numbers of people aged over 65 across the North West will be 31% higher than in 2015… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
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Residents urged to bid for Safer Communities Fund: RESIDENTS are being urged to join together to bid for funding to… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
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The Community Pride Competition Review 2017 It is with much regret that Cheshire Community Action (CCA) would like to inform you that the Community Pride competition will not be taking place in 2017. There will be a review of the competition over the next 12 months CCA would also like to take this...
Posted by Chris on November 24th
The £500,000 shared electric bikes programme is currently open for expressions of interest and the Developing Car Clubs in England Programme will have a £100,000 pot available, with expressions of interest due in early July. We are looking to promote these projects in rural areas as much as possible. We...
Posted by Chris on June 2nd
The latest Later Life Newsletter is available for download here.
Posted by Chris on May 27th
Stepping Stones Grants Scheme What is it? The Sandstone Ridge Trust is offering grants of up to £750 to community groups and schools for projects that promote the conservation and enhancement of the landscape and natural beauty of the Cheshire Sandstone Ridge. The projects must be for the benefit and...
Posted by Chris on May 15th
Our latest Community Buildings Newsletter, Summer 2015, is available for download here. We also have our next Buildings Network meeting set up for later in the month. Booking form and agenda are here.
Posted by Chris on May 6th
Power to Change Initial Grants Programme – Power to Change Trust The Power to Change is an independent charitable trust endowed with £150 million from the Big Lottery Fund to support community businesses across England. Power to Change want to back people to build successful community businesses for the...
Posted by Chris on May 6th
We are continuing to use infographs to highlight some of the outcomes and outputs of our work. This is just another tool available to organisations when demonstrating the impact of their work. Take a look at our latest infograph here.
Posted by Chris on April 30th
Community Led Planning Officer Working in Cheshire 22.5 hrs pw - Salary £15,470 12 months fixed term contract Location: TBC – Flexible working arrangements can be agreed Cheshire Community Action is looking to recruit a chartered Planner to work as part of a team to support the development of Neighbourhood Plans in...
Posted by Chris on April 21st
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