Crewe Town Centre was filled with community spirit on at Crewe Town Council’s first Community Day.
Local community groups and organisations popped up in the sunshine on Queensway this Saturday to join Crewe Town Council whilst they unveiled ‘A Vision for Crewe – Crewe’s Community Plan’ following months of consultation.
‘A Vision for Crewe – Crewe’s Community Plan’ is based on what the community feels are key priorities for the Town. The Plan concentrates on actions that the community can do for itself in themes such as Young People, Health, Arts and Culture, Housing and the Town Centre.
Councillor Damian Bailey, Chair of the Community Plan Steering Group, said ‘We are delighted with the number of people who joined the first Crewe Community Day and who helped us to unveil the Community Plan. We invite the local community to assist the Town Council to develop and implement the Plan and get involved in making our Vision for Crewe possible’.
The wide range of community groups and organisations who took part include Cat Community Radio, The Wishing Well Project, St Luke's Hospice, Wulvern Supported Living, CVS Cheshire East, Crewe and Nantwich Cycle Group, Cheshire Buddies, Body Positive Cheshire, Cheshire Youth United, Army Recruitment, Cheshire and Warrington Carers Centre, Crewe Rotary Club, Cheshire Centre for Independent Living, Crewe Police, Mums in the Know Crewe and Nantwich, Cheshire East Citizens Advice Bureau, Creative Crewe, One to One Midwives, Pathways cic, Ready to Cycle, Cheshire East Family Services, South Cheshire CCG, Youth United, Arch (Floating Support) and lots more besides.