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Village SOS Workshop, Cheshire 17th September 2015, details here: ow.ly/QYYYI
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Village SOS Workshop, Cheshire 17th September 2015, details here: ow.ly/QYYYb
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
The following is taken from the Cheshire Community Council Conference, October 1954 held at Chester Town Hall. Subject: The Increasing Voluntary Assistance in Domiciliary Care of Old People. In the Chair – Basil Nield QC, MBE, MP. He referred to the object of the County Old Peoples Welfare Committee &lsquo...
Posted by Rachel on August 19th
The Village SOS campaign is back on the road and its next stop is Cheshire. Working in partnership with Cheshire Community Action, Village SOS is bringing an interactive workshop to Tarporley Community Centre on 17 September 2015 at 2.30-5pm. Sign up online to reserve a place at this event: http://bit...
Posted by Rachel on August 17th
Planning Seminar for Local Councils Delivered in partnership by Cheshire Association of Local Councils and Cheshire Community Action. When: 24th September, 9.30am to 3.15pm Venue: Canal Side Conference Centre – Middlewich CW10 0JG Content includes: 1. Planning law for Local Councils 2. Engaging with the system – can you make a difference? 3....
Posted by Rachel on August 5th
Cheshire West and Chester Council are currently developing a package of support for communities wishing to generate renewable electricity locally. While solar panels on domestic homes are now relatively commonplace, there is huge untapped potential for this technology on community buildings. One prime example in Cheshire is Bickerton...
Posted by Rachel on July 30th
Capital Investment grants – Arts Council The Arts Council Capital investment programme supports organisations to develop resilience by giving them the right buildings and equipment to deliver their work, and to become more sustainable and resilient businesses. The Arts Council invest in large and small Capital grants and applications are...
Posted by Rachel on July 1st
Village SOS offers FREE one to one support to community projects in Cheshire & Warrington More than 40 projects have received advice and support in the first 6 months since the re-launch of Village SOS, a £1.4m UK wide campaign funded by the Big Lottery Fund. Accessing the expertise of a...
Posted by Rachel on June 9th
The latest version of the Connecting Cheshire Newsletter, June 2015, is available to download here.
Posted by Rachel on June 4th
Building Better Opportunities – Big Lottery Fund Subject to approval from the European Commission later this year, Big Lottery Fund is putting up to £220m of Lottery funds against a similar figure from the European Social Fund (ESF) 2014-2020 in order to support communities and people most in need...
Posted by Rachel on June 4th
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