The Partnership Forum

One thing that Alsager residents, businesses, community groups and organisations do well, is they come together as one for the good of their town and that is what the Alsager Partnership Forum is all about. It’s a place that allows members with common interests to exchange open discussion and provides a platform to support one another.

The Partnership forum is comprised of individuals and organisations which:

  • Support the vision of the Partnership.
  • Support the Partnership’s Action Plans.
  • Propose projects requiring support to the Partnership Management Team.
  • Communicate issues and events in their own specialist area.
  • Maintain the independence of the Partnership and its objectives.

Membership of the Partnership Forum is open to any person who is interested in furthering the work of the Partnership and who supports their vision. Forum members are expected to enhance and develop wider partnership working, bringing together the community. All Members must be, in the first instance, nominated by a forum member. Members will have their membership ratified by the Management Team.  However, prospective members will be able to come to the Forum on two occasions as a guest before they need to join formally. The Partnership Forum meets quarterly and is chaired by the Chair of the Alsager Partnership Management Team. 

If you agree with the above and believe your input would benefit the town, then we would love to hear from you!  Please send a message by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone 07825776921.

Current Members

  • Alsager Partnership (Chairman), John Poulson
  • Alsager Partnership (Vice-Chairman), Kath Reader
  • Alsager Partnership (Youth Representative), Shay Norman
  • Alsager Partnership (Team Member), Arthur Harding
  • Alsager Partnership (Team Member), Barry Curtis
  • Alsager Partnership (Treasurer), Robert Simpson
  • Alsager Partnership (Project Manager), Maria Ashdown
  • Alsager Partnership (Cheshire East Council Rep), Cllr June Buckley
  • Alsager Partnership (Alsager Town Council Rep), Cllr Derek Hough
  • Alsager Air Cadet Force, Des Belford
  • Alsager Air Training Corps, Beverley Billington
  • Alsager Business Representative, Alex Hough
  • Alsager Camera Club, Muriel Dale
  • Alsager Civic, Andrea Taylor
  • Alsager Community Support Centre (ACSC), Liz Pinkney
  • Alsager Community Trust, Lindsay Purcell
  • Alsager Cricket Club, Richard Bason
  • Alsager Family History Group, Peter Rugman
  • Alsager Football Club (AFC), Mike Cross
  • Alsager Girl Guides, Teresa Longhurst
  • Alsager Global Education Group, Margaret Keeling
  • Alsager In Bloom, Christine Bates
  • Alsager Library, Jude Johnson and Andrea Shipton
  • Alsager Lions, Ken Livingstone
  • Alsager Music & Arts, Phil Williams
  • Alsager Music Festival, Peter Weatherburn
  • Alsager Rotary, Wendy Parker
  • Alsager Round Table, Chairman Paul Fairburn and Daniel Rowley
  • Alsager Satellite Club, Emma Sutton
  • Alsager Scouts, Don Longhurst
  • Alsager Sustainability Group, Hilary Robinson
  • Artisan Creative, Alison Bailey-Titterton
  • Broad Opticians, Lindsay Stevenson and Diane Hall
  • Cedars Patient Participation Group (PPI), Carol Durber
  • Christ Church Youth Worker, Matt Brown
  • Cheshire East Local Engagement Officer, Lisa Alcock
  • Cheshire Learning & Development Solutions, Steve Pope
  • Cheshire Police (PSCOs), Oli Branfield and Sophie Jebb
  • Costa Coffee, Oliver Turbitt Manifold
  • Credit Union (no current representative)
  • Honey Pot Tea Room, Mark Bailey
  • Flower Passion, Mel Rowley and Sam Gregory
  • Free Trade Steering Group Margaret Keeling and Tony Smith
  • Haydays Social Group, Kath Knight
  • Lawton Dental Practice, Valentina Verano
  • Olive & Stitch Market, Marilyn Groves
  • Radway Community Group (no current representative)
  • Sash Hair & Beauty, Michael & Angela
  • St Luke's Older Person Community Engagement Advisor, Kath Knight
  • Bank Corner (no current representative)
  • Two Doors Studio, Ruthie and Lorna Plant
  • Vets4Pets, Carl May
  • Wesley Place Church Youth Worker, Jonathan Newbold
  • Youth Representative, Samuel Whelan
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