Sale Locality Partnership
What makes Sale, Sale?
- Sale has access to the Bridgewater Canal and lots of nice shops.
- Sale has an arts centre, Waterside with a theatre and gallery.
- Sale Leisure Centre with its gym, swimming pool and a wide range of activities
- Sale has many wonderful parks which include Worthington Park and Walkden Gardens.
- Sale has a Metrolink Station which takes you across Trafford and Greater Manchester.
- There are lots of good schools in Trafford and Sale has its own Grammar and High School as well as lots of Primary Schools.
Both, Joanne Ellor-Foden and Robina Sheikh have been working collaboratively and innovatively to make best use of the assets that are in the Sale locality.
- We are bringing people together, from individual residents, businesses, community and faith groups, councillors, community leaders and public sector bodies, to work in partnership and share resources.
- We offer support to develop your ideas by making full use of the physical and human assets, financial resources and community spirit that thrives within our localities.
- By supporting local partnerships we are able to use our knowledge of the locality to project manage one off events such as Remembrance Day and Trafford Live as well as offering advice on funding, promotion, safeguarding and licencing for community events such as Fun Days in parks town centres and community centres. If you're looking for an event or would like to promote your event - please check out the What's On page on the Trafford Directory
- We help to facilitate local partnerships that exist in Sale West, Sale Moor and the Sale town centre. View our Sale Town Partnership web page
These partnerships have been set up to improve the lives and wellbeing of Sale residents and well as helping to bring more people into Sale from across Trafford and beyond.
We work closely with all types of sectors – community, voluntary and the private as well as individuals with passion and enthusiasm. We want each sector to be strengthened by our support as together we are building stronger communities, improving health & wellbeing and ensuring children and young people are attainting high levels of achievement, academically or sporting or both.
So if you need any information on Sale please contact us, we might be able to answer your query or put you in touch with someone who can
Joanne Ellor-Foden & Robina Sheikh
Communities Officers Job Share
Email: Joanne.Ellor-Foden@trafford.gov.uk or Robina.Sheikh@trafford.gov.uk
Telephone: 0161 912 4145 /1361/1173 or Mobile: 07894 489240/07760 167056
Trafford Council Inclusive Neighbourhood Grants 2019
Trafford Council want residents to be proud of where they live, and be active in their local community. When people come together they build lasting relationships, celebrate their community and have fun.
The Inclusive Neighbourhoods Grant will support local people to put on an event or deliver a project that brings people together, is organised by residents, improves a local asset such as a park, or showcases community strengths.
The scheme will run throughout 2019, enabling people to apply at any time during the year. Grants will come in two sizes; up to £500 for events and up to £2,000 for projects. Activities that bring different people together, across faith, generations, places or diversity, integrating residents and strengthening cohesion will be prioritised, and all projects must benefit Trafford residents.
Our local communities are strong, diverse and inclusive and we want to help them as best we can. We want residents to continue to be proud of where they live and be active in their local community, and these grants can help them do exactly that.
We are particularly interested in events and projects that support health and wellbeing, make places safer or improve the local environment. We are also looking to support our diverse communities, who come together across geographic areas such as our LGBT, Disability and BME communities.
Councillor Catherine Hynes, Deputy Leader and Executive Member for Equalities and Partnerships.
£20,000 will be released every two months. Closing dates for each period will be: 31 January, 31 March, 31 May, 30 July, 30 September and 30 November.
The grants will be awarded by a cross-party panel of Councillors from across the borough.
For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0161 912 1173.
Another good source of local funding for community groups is Trafford Housing Trust's Social Investment Fund.
If you are looking for infrastructure support for a third sector organisation, then visit Thrive Trafford who's aim is to assist Trafford Council and the Trafford Partnership in delivering the Third Sector Strategy and to achieve the vision of a thriving Third Sector.