The Bridgend Buddies project is a befriending service aimed at combatting isolation in the Community.
Find out more about how you can make a difference
Thursday December 2nd, 2pm at the Bridgend Centre.
Bollington Chamber Concerts – The Carducci Quartet
27th November 2021
Beethoven String Quartet Op 18 no 4
Shostakovich String Quartet No 10
Dvorak String Quartet No 12 “American”
Bollington Horticultural Society Forthcoming Meetings
Thursday, 18th November, Sue Holden will give a talk on What Christmas Means To Me (in flowers)
7.30 at Bollington Community Centre, Ovenhouse Lane, Bollington
Bollington Light Opera Group presents Snow Time
23rd – 27th November
7.30pm at Bollington Civic Hall
Tickets available via www.ticketsource.co.uk/bolly or 07726 500681
Tai Chi Classes
Start Wednesday 8th September 8pm
Ovenhouse Lane Community Centre.
Call 07879 114836 to book.
Bollington Cross and Lowerhouse WI
Meets every second Monday from Oct to March 2pm at Bollington Community Centre
Neighbourhood Watch News
Neighbourhood Watch is the largest crime prevention voluntary movement in England and Wales and has upwards of 2.3 million members. Schemes are run by volunteers supported by volunteer Associations, and by Neighbourhood Watch Network, the national umbrella organisation for the movement.
Police Crime Commissioner Latest News
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner and Cheshire Constabulary issue a regular stakeholder newsletter. This provides a round-up of highlights for both organisations over the last few months. Read the latest bulletin
Bollington Towpath Adoption Group
Working Parties 2nd Sunday in the Month.
09:45 – usually lasts a couple of hours but just stay as long as you like.
Police Surgeries Latest Dates
Surgery dates with your local PCSO:
All surgeries are being held online until further notice, so please send a message to Bollington Police on Facebook with any policing concerns.
Latest dates are published on the community events pages.
Cheshire East Council Live Well
Live Well Cheshire East includes information and advice covering a range of subjects such as health matters, community activities, care and support for adults, children’s services and the local offer for special educational needs and disabilities. The easy to use directory signposts residents to a range of support services including home care, equipment and services to keep people safe and living independently at home for longer, as well as clubs and activities. Information about benefits and money management is also available.