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Sandbach Partnership have played a key role in supporting Grass Roots Disability Sandbach as they complete another phase of the ‘Drop Kerb’ project in Sandbach town centre. Grass Roots Disability Sandbach continues to progress since being set up in September 2015. The group was started by Craig Bayley (chairman) a local disabled resident with the help and guidance of Dot Flint (Chair of Sandbach Partnership). Over the last few weeks we have seen the completion of the 2nd phase of our project

Sandbach Partnership has successfully launched the process to make Sandbach a dementia friendly town. At the meeting, Sandbach Town Mayor Cllr Martin Forster accept the invitation to be the Dementia Sandbach Champion for Sandbach during his term of office and the Deputy Mayor pledged to be the Champion for next year. Many towns across the country are now exploring what they need to do to make their towns dementia friendly. A dementia friendly town can be described as: A town or village where people

Hundreds of Sandbach residents old and new attended the Sandbach Tree of Light Ceremony held at Sandbach Cemetery on Thursday 7th December. Families travelled from as far as the Lake District to place a star on the Tree of Light in memory of there loved ones, who are at rest in Sandbach Cemetery. The much-loved remembrance ceremony is organised annually by Sandbach Partnership working with ORBITAS, Godfrey Williams Funeral Directors. The event embraces all the community, faith groups and non-faith groups alike, Sandbach