Alsager Partnership provided businesses in our Town centre with the opportunity to enter a Christmas Shop Window competition with the incentive that for every winner, the Partnership would donate £50 to the charity of their choice.
The competition ran from the 1st December until 17th December and then a team of judges from Alsager Partnership and Alsager Town Council decided the best three.
The judging Team was made up Alsager Partnership Management Team Representative, the Town Centre Manager and the Town Clerk.
We had some great entries and we ended with 4 winners who are listed below in no particular order along with their chosen charities:
Flower Passion – chose Headway
Stephenson Brown– chose Alsager Food Bank
Two Doors Studio – Heydays
Vets4Pets – Alsager Animals in Need.
The winners were all visited by Father Christmas and the judging Team representatives to hand over the winners certificates.
We would like to thank all those who took part to make Alsager look special during this festive period.
Alsager Partnership joined forces with Alsager Community Support Centre to establish an Alsager Clean Team, the objectives of which are to do a monthly litter pick of our town and help to maintain a clean streets image.
The first litter pick event occurred on Saturday 4th December 2021 with a team of 14 volunteers. Rachel White from the Community Support Centre issued everyone with collection bags and litter pickers and we all set off to litter pick designated areas around the town.
After two hours of litter collection the bags soon piled up and a warm drink at Bank Corner was much appreciated.
All volunteers agreed it was a worthwhile exercise and look forward to the next one which will be on Saturday 8th January 2022.
The Partnership is just one of the many community groups in Alsager who march in the parade to the Cenotaph to commemorate those who died in the two world wars and later conflicts.
John Poulson and Kath Reader represented Alsager Partnership at the parade and laid a remembrance poppy wreath
The number of people lining the streets to watch the parade has increased each year and indicates the respect Alsager residents have for this commemorative event.
We would like to say a BIG THANK YOU!! to all the wonderful Alsager businesses that embraced the Dementia Awareness Week by putting up bunting in their shops, restaurants and offices!!
It means so much to have our community getting involved, and now that we are out of lockdown we can start sharing events once again.
The Alsager Partnership Team
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