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In a bid to enhance its community outreach and make a positive difference, Sandbach Partnership is actively seeking enthusiastic individuals to join its volunteer management team. The organisation, known for its commitment to Sandbach, aims to bolster its impact by expanding its dedicated management team. Sandbach Partnership believes that community-driven change is possible with passionate individuals working together. By volunteering, you not only contribute to the success of our initiatives but also create a lasting legacy improving the community of Sandbach. See

Following the successful launch of the Repair Cafe Sandbach over the last few months, news is spreading beyond the borders of Sandbach of this environmental initiative aimed at reducing items going to landfill. Sandbach Partnership were recently approached by BBC Radio Stoke about the initiative. Project Lead, Helen Dorney took the opportunity for a live interview with Lee Blakeman.

Saturday 28th October saw the return of Spooky Saturday to the famous cobbles operated by Sandbach Partnership. Hundreds of people flocked to this spooktacular event which took place between 3pm and 6pm on the cobbles and in St Mary’s Church Hall. Featuring a range of activities and entertainment for all the family, residents of Sandbach were treated to street theatre by Saxon Players together with a backdrop of music and fancy dress. Free activities were available for all to enjoy including face painting,

Repair Café Sandbach are seeking volunteer fixers to support their efforts to reduce the number of items going to landfill and to save people money. You don’t need to be a professional fixer to get involved; all you need is to be confident, competent and happy to give your time to make a positive difference to the environment, and to your local community. Venues are currently being sourced for Repair Café Sandbach events and are aimed to take place on the

In 2007, Sandbach Partnership was responsible for a successful application to the North West Development Agency for a grant of £350k. This funding was used by Cheshire East Council to renovate the Sandbach Enterprise Centre. In agreement with the then Chair, Dot Flint, office space has provided free of charge to allow the Partnership to operate for the benefit of the community; successfully delivering a number of key projects. At the time of the occupancy licence renewal in February, Cheshire East

The new management team was ratified by Cheshire East Council in November and includes a Chair, two co-Vice chairs and an officer.   The new officers come from a range of professional backgrounds in project management, health, government funding and communications. They are all residents of Sandbach and offer their skills and experience voluntarily.  Sandbach Partnership was established in 2003 and has since evolved into a dynamic voluntary and community led organisation working with many local groups and statuary organisations. The Partnership is

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