Rixton-with-Glazebrook Community Plan Group
The Community Plan Group is a continuation of the previous Rixton-with-Glazebrook Parish Plan Group and is made up of local volunteers. The name of the group was changed in Summer 2018 when the Parish Plan’s 5yr plan came to an end. The aims of the Community Plan will remain the same: ‘To help improve the facilities, services and activities within the parish for the benefit of all’.
The name was changed in order to avoid any further confusion with the Parish Council.
Many objectives were achieved under the Parish Plan, including opening a Community Village Shop, reinstating a parish Carnival, improving the look of the Parish by holding regular clean ups, planting bulbs and seasonal plants, hosting guided walks to promote the local footpath network and promoting community events that bring together residents and organisations in a social environment.
The Community Plan will continue to support the above but will also be looking at other aspects of parish life and how these can be improved. Any proposals or suggestions that you may have can be forwarded to the Secretary Jill Eaves or raised at one of our meetings. Meetings are open to the public and held locally at Rixton Methodist Church, Chapel Lane, Rixton WA3 6HG – all welcome.
To find out more about the group or the meeting please contact the Secretary on email@example.com or Chair Andy Eaves on 07768 276922.
In Summer 2019 the Group developed and published a 3yr Plan. The Plan was shared with the parish and volunteers were encouraged to engage with the Group and its activities to help deliver the objectives. The 3yr Plan can be viewed online – click the pdf below to read.
To see the previous Parish 5yr Plan and review documents click here https://rixtonwithglazebrook.net/locations/rixton-glazebrook-parish-plan/
To see the latest news and images of the Community Plan volunteers out and about in action see below.
Well Done and Thank You to Rixton-with-Glazebrook residents for kindly thinking of others during this very difficult time. Due to their kindness, approximately 400 ... more
In an effort to help those in neighbouring Irlam and Cadishead, who are vulnerable and having to self-isolate, the Rixton-with-Glazebrook Community Plan Group organised ... more
The Coronavirus pandemic has dramatically overtaken all of our lives, but it is at times like these that people turn their attention to helping each other and show great ... more
Keen to get out and about following the festive season, 78 people and several of their four-legged friends joined a Guided Walk on Sunday 5th January. Safely led by ... more
The latest edition of the Rixton-with-Glazebrook 'In the Know' news booklet is now available from the Village Shop or Black Swan in Hollins Green, Glazebrook Post ... more