The following are links to other organisations with similar interests:
20’s PLENTY FOR US
ALTRINCHAM BUSINESS NEIGHBOURHOOD FORUM
The Altrincham History Society has generated many excellent papers on the history of Altrincham and the local area.
Many have been written by current A&BCS members, or even a former Chair of the Society. Follow the link below for
access to the full list and opportunity to purchase.
ALTRINCHAM HISTORY SOCIETY
ALTRINCHAM AREA & NORTH WALES HISTORY
ART WITH A HEART
BLUE PLAQUE TRAILS
For details CLICK HERE
BOWDON CONSERVATION GROUP
BOWDON HISTORY SOCIETY
CHESHIRE TITHE MAPS ONLINE
THE FRIENDS OF BOWDON CHURCH YARD
Was formed in order to interface with our local council, to commence fund raising and to engage with the wider community.
We are linked to St Mary’s and St Luke’s Bowdon – for more information about Bowdon Parish go to www.bowdonchurch.org
The churchyard is a wonderful source of historical information about Bowdon and the surrounding area, with graves of many of the families that have lived and worked in the area.
There are also many significant war graves of those who gave their lives in many different conflicts. To find out more and get involved go to our website
https://friendsofbowdonchurchyard.org.uk/ We are also on Facebook @FOBCY
FRIENDS OF DENZELL & DEVISDALE
FRIENDS OF JOHN LEIGH PARK
FRIENDS OF MOOR NOOK PARK
Moor Nook Park is in Sale Moor opposite Sale Moor High School. In two years a neglected park has become a cherished community asset and a focus for community events.
Find out more about how local people decided to make their local green spaces into something they are justifiably proud of.
FRIENDS OF STAMFORD PARK
HALE COMMUNITY TRUST
HISTORIC ENGLAND – HERITAGE & THE HIGH STREET DEBATE
HISTORIC ENGLAND – Webinars provide an interactive and immersive live online learning experience on a variety of topics.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
NEXTDOOR Local Community online platform Are you signed up?
NORTH CHESHIRE AMATEUR OPERATIC SOCIETY TRIBUTE WEBSITE
PLANNING AID ADVICELINE Telephone: 0330 123 9244
Provides 15 minutes of free professional advice to all callers. Eligible callers may then receive further professional advice from professional volunteers free of charge if the individual or group is unable to afford professional fees.
TRAFFORD MATTERS MAGAZINE