About The Trafford Partnership
The Trafford Partnership is Trafford’s Local Strategic Partnership, a single body which brings together organisations including from across the public, private, voluntary, faith and community sectors and local residents.
Members of the Trafford Partnership work together to achieve a common vision to ensure Trafford is a place where our residents achieve their aspirations, and our communities are thriving.
The Trafford Partnership website aims to promote effective communications within and beyond the Partnership, providing partners, local people, businesses and communities with information about the work of the Partnership and how we are progressing towards achieving the vision and outcomes set out in our Sustainable Community Strategy.
Trafford Sports Awards 2019
Through the Trafford Sports Awards, we take the opportunity to recognise the efforts and achievements of individuals, clubs and organisation involved in sport and physical activity. Nominations can be made until 31 August 2019.
View the categories and make a nomination
Trafford Partnership Annual report 2017/2018
Our latest Trafford Partnership Annual Report provides you with a snapshot of the wide range of activity that takes place across Trafford’s communities, sectors and services. We hope you find this report both interesting and inspiring, as we highlight how partnership working achieves great things, things we can’t achieve by working alone, and encourages you to think positively about Trafford, try new ideas and work differently with others. Read the report or take a look at our summary graphic.
Trafford Partnership wins Gold
Trafford Partnership is celebrating after taking 'Gold' in the 'Working Together' category at this year's prestigious national IESE Awards.
The Awards, now in their eighth year, recognise partnerships between public services, the use of new technology, culture change, transformation and service re-design.
Our submission (attached) focused on the significant changes which are being achieved thanks to the unified One Trafford Response approach embraced by partners and local communities. This includes work around integration of all age health and social care services, multi-agency responses to enable improved rehabilitation and well-being and asset based approaches to strengthen communities, promote skills, independence and build local resilience. Placing collaborative working at its heart, this approach is clearly demonstrating that together, pooling resources, sharing ideas, learning from each other's experiences and knowledge, is achieving far more than could be achieved by individual agencies working in isolation.
Speaking after the announcement, Trafford Council Chief Executive, Theresa Grant, said: "This award is a fantastic achievement and would not have been possible without the equal focus, determination and commitment of all our partners in driving forward improvements, change and innovative new approaches to local services.
Together we have demonstrated the very best in collaboration to bring about significant change and improvements. Securing Gold in this hotly contested category, against formidable peers, reinforces the achievements and potential of our approach as we strive to reform and reshape local service delivery. Through innovation and the strength to take bold decisions, Trafford has once again placed itself at the top, a leader amongst peers, a Borough that demonstrates the importance of placing collaboration, change and local communities at the heart of its work".
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Be Bold. Be the Difference.
Every day each of us contributes to making our community a great place to live and work. ‘Be Bold’ aims to recognise the difference local people are making in their local communities and to support you if you want to get involved. Share your Be Bold story at @TPaction using the hashtag #BeBoldTrafford
Locality Working is an exciting new approach to partnership working which brings together everyone who plays an active part in our community; including organisations, businesses, community groups and residents. All the assets, skills and resources in communities can be used to take up new ideas and tackle issues, making best use of all that we have in our areas.
For more details download Your Guide to Locality Working