COUNCIL leader Sean Anstee visited the Trafford Youth Cabinet earlier this month in order to establish more links between the Council and the youth representatives in the borough.
During his visit to the Cabinet meeting in Sale, Sean Anstee was quizzed on his campaign for Mayor and asked whether he received much online intolerance as many political candidates are opening upto after the General Election. Alongside this, youth representatives asked about the functions of the council and his role in Greater Manchester.
Cllr Anstee was also given a briefing on the achievements of the Youth Cabinet over the last year and invited to join them on further campaigns.
Continuing his commitment to Youth Engagement in Local Government Cllr Anstee invited the Youth Cabinet to join him and cross party councillors at the Town Hall for a strategy session on how the Borough can move forward.
Trafford Youth Cabinet meets every Wednesday at 4:30pm at Sale Waterside, any Trafford based secondary school pupils are invited to attend meetings.
TIMPERLEY and Village Ward residents will now be receiving their new editions of Timperley Life, put together by local councillors Laura and Nathan Evans.
Packed full of the local campaigns that have engaged Laura and Nathan over the last month, Timperley Life will be informing residents of all the hard work that their Conservative Councillors in the area have put in.
However, this month’s Timperley Life contains an extra special article on why Trafford’s residents live longer.. Penned by frequent marathon runner, Nathan Evans himself! and contains a pledge from the Timperley Conservative Councillors to continue backing Trafford’s outstanding education.
This month’s edition is not to be missed!
If you know of any local campaigns, or have any local issues you’d like to raise with the local Timperley Councillors please contact Cllr Laura Evans on 07896 11 05 08.
ONE more of Trafford’s busy and vibrant towns have joined the ‘in bloom’ campaign, and this time it’s in the north of the borough. It’s in Urmston!
On a bright sunday morning around twelve volunteers headed out into Urmston to make a start on tidying the planters and clearing weeds from the edge of roads and pavements. Among the twelve were Stretford and Urmston Conservative Association’s own; Christine and Geoff Turner.
Alongside the other volunteers Christine and Geoff fought back weeds and rejuvenated planters, preparing for the next stage of the in bloom campaign, helping to establish Urmston as a tidy, floral and pretty town.
However, the work is not yet finished, The Urmston in Bloom campaign is ongoing and volunteers to assist are always needed!
We’d like to thank David Mackereth of the Urmston Partnership for organising the inaugural working party of the Urmston in Bloom campaign, and look forward to seeing Urmston in Bloom!
The next working party is being held in conjunction with the Urmston Wombles, meeting outside Cheeky Churubs on Higher Road on Sunday the 13th of August at 10.30am.