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Apple juice project and congleton food for free Volunteer at the Congleton Partnership

Use the quick links below to find out about volunteering and what’s on in Congleton. Read about the very successful Congleton Apple Juice and Congleton Food4Free projects from the sustainability group. View all the bear pictures from the award winning Bearmania Project from the Marketing team and view the current projects currently under way from the Congleton Partnership!

Congleton Partnership – “Congleton Little Town, Big Heart!”

The Congleton Partnership is a community based, volunteer organisation, which draws on and utilises the skills and expertise of local residents and organisations in Congleton.

Congleton Partnership’s Vision is to make Congleton a vibrant, happy, healthy, sustainable town where people want to live, visit, work, rest and play.

The Partnership is governed by an Executive Committee, the majority of which are residents but also includes representatives of statutory bodies and an administrator. The Partnership is an umbrella organisation comprising of a broad range of groups including Sustainability, Youth Forum, Projects & Finance, Creative Arts, Marketing and Local Media.

Since its inception in August 2008 The Partnership has had an outstanding record of project delivery ( Town Signage, Cycleways & Footpaths, Youth & Schools Projects, Art Skills Workshops, Sustainable Living In Congleton course ‘SLIC’) with some of its projects (Congleton Apple Juice, Beartown Branding and Bearmania in 2011) winning national and regional awards.

We believe TEAM stands for ‘Together Everyone Achieves More.’ Our team vision is to make Congleton a vibrant, happy, healthy, prosperous, sustainable town where people want to visit, stay, live, work, rest and play.

 

Partnership Announcement

It is with deep regret that The Partnership have to advise you of the passing of Peter Boon.

Peter a local historian and author also sat on a number of local trust boards which he represented on The Partnership Executive.

Peter joined The Partnership at its inception and rarely missed a meeting.

He will be greatly missed

Our thoughts are with his family at this time.

 

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Congleton little town with the big heart