EASTER FAMILY FUN IN ALSAGER

Come and join us on Saturday 20th April, when we will be hosting another fabulous Children's Easter Fun event, held at the Alsager Civic from 2pm until approximately 4.30pm.

Fun includes:
- OUTDOOR BUNNY HUNT
- CHOCOLATE EGG PRIZE FOR EVERY CHILD
- MAGIC SHOW, ENTERTAINMENT & MORE

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Civic Award to Alsager Partnership Chair and Vice-Chair

Earlier this month, Chairman of Alsager Town Council, Councillor Shirley Jones recognised volunteer groups and individuals within the Alsager community with a Civic Award.  Amongst the recipients, we are very proud to say was Chairman of Alsager Partnership, John Poulson and Vice-Chairman, Kath Reader.

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New to Alsager 'Time to Talk'

Time to Talk is an opportunity for individuals to come along to meet and talk with other people. It is for anyone who wants to talk about any issue; for example, if they have something on their mind, if they have anxiety, are feeling lonely etc... and we will try to connect them with appropriate support, where possible.

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Time to Talk about Mental Health

This year’s National Time to Talk Day was held on Thursday 7th February in the coffee shop at Alsager's Community Church and was all about bringing together the right ingredients to have a conversation about mental health. We decided that would be an informal cup of tea or coffee, with biscuits and cake and a room of people all challenging the mental health stigma... We got everyone talking!

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All About Health, Wellbeing & Fitness

It was All About Health, Wellbeing & Fitness on 2nd February, when Alsager Partnership delivered a spectacular event that focussed on health awareness and prevention.  With over 50 health, wellbeing and fitness organisations represented, there really was something for everyone that included advice on diet, nutrition and weight-loss amongst many other subjects.

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Alsager Web Dementia Friendly
A dementia-friendly community is a city, town or village where people with dementia are understood, respected and supported and confident they can contribute to community life.

Become a Dementia Friend