Trafford Locality Board WA14 WA15 Cheshire UK
Trafford Locality Partnership Executive 2013

Trafford Locality Partnership Boards Strictures in 2013

Link to Trafford Partnership South Locality Board WA14-WA15

Map of Trafford Localities Boards areas



Trafford Councillors By Ward

Dr  Karen Barclay                CHAIR

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Bowdon           Conservative

Executive
Trafford Council
Community Health and Wellbeing


Michael Young

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Altrincham        Conservative 

Executive
Trafford Council
Adult Social Services


Denise Western

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Broadheath       Labour



Jacki Wilkinson

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Broadheath       Conservative  




Bernard Sharp

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Hale Barns        Conservative 

    


Patricia Young

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Hale Central      Conservative



Alan Mitchell InfoTrafford_Information_Link Hale Central      Conservative

Executive
Trafford Council
Highways and Environment

Jane Brophy

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Timperley          Liberal Democrat



Angela Bruer-Morris

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Timperley          Conservative 


Tony Fishwick

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Village               Liberal Democrat



Laura Evans

Twitter Link Village               Conservative 



 


 



Community Ambassadors

Andrew  Smyth

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Christina  Preece

Community Ambassador Cristina Preece



Kate  Dempster

LinkedIn_link Adviser Youth and
Communities
at  
British Council



Viv  Rodgerson



Peter  Davies



Brenda  Houraghan

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Trafford Housing Trust
Altrincham  Community  Panel



Ambassador Seat
Vacant
Agencies Statutory and
Other Organisations

Sgt     Michael Sever

Greater Manchester Police



PC     John Carr

Greater Manchester Police



Jane Green

LinkedIN-link
Trafford Housing Trust
Strategic Housing Partnership



Chris Hart

Thrive



Aidan Flynn


Trafford Council
Environment, Transport and
Operations



Allan Tranconi


Trafford Council
Children, Families and

Wellbeing



Ken McDonald  &    Jenny Hunt


Trafford Council
Children, Families and

Wellbeing



Joanne Hyde

LinkedIN
Trafford Council
Relationship Director






April 2013   News Release


Residents came together with representatives from Trafford Council and partner organisations last week to
shape the borough's new Locality Partnerships, which will have responsibility for deciding local priorities and
influencing local services.


There will be four Locality Partnerships in the borough - North, South, West and Central - which will comprise of
Community Ambassadors, councillors and partners including the police, health service, registered social landlords,
and the council.


At the event on Thursday 18 April 2013 members of the partnerships came together for the first time to discuss
their collective aspirations and values, and to determine how they will work to make the partnerships effective
so that they can successfully engage with residents, tackle issues and work towards making a positive change
within their communities.


Chair of Trafford Partnership and Leader of Trafford Council Matt Colledge said:

"The Trafford Partnership has a vision to create flourishing neighbourhoods and communities
that create a thriving, diverse, prosperous and culturally vibrant Trafford. Organisations cannot achieve that in silo and certainly not without the involvement of residents.


Locality Partnerships are all about empowering communities to determine their own priorities and
to take ownership of their areas. We have some exceptional individuals on board and
I am confident that these partnerships can make a significant difference to the areas where we live."


The Rev. Roger Sutton, Chair of the Trafford Partnership's Strong Communities Partnership, added:
 
"There is real gold within our communities; local people who have a wealth of talent and a great
passion for their neighbourhood. Locality Partnerships will give these community champions a voice that can bring about real change and a positive future for their area."


The Locality Partnerships were launched at the Trafford Partnership's annual event on Thursday 25 April 2013

If you would like to find out more about the event or about Trafford's Locality Partnerships, please visit

http://www.traffordpartnership.org/aboutus/localitypartnerships.asp 

Or call the  Partnerships Team
01619125558




SOUTH Locality Partnership membership and roles
as at 
May 2013

Link to Broadheath Partnership Twitter Feed Link to Broomwood Partnership TWITTER A/c Messages


Altrincham Community Panel

Altrincham Forward

Broadheath Community Association

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the Hub


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Altrincham Stockport Railway


Fix My Street Trafford Reports

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