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Stubshaw Cross Residents’ Group hold regular meetings at St Luke’s Community Centre ….
Come along and and help to make a difference to your community.
We have achieved so much…
With your help we can achieve so much more.
Stubshaw Cross Residents Group was formed in August 2002 following a public meeting attended by approximately 50 residents. Any resident of Stubshaw Cross who has an interest in furthering the aims of the Group can apply for membership.
Appeal for new members
Living in the Stubshaw Cross area of Ashton?
Do you (or have you in the past) and your families enjoy the facilities of our wonderful children’s area or walk your dog in the park. Have your family participated in the last ten years in our children’s Summer Activities Scheme?
Did you notice our lovely Christmas Tree with its new lights?
Maybe you have also enjoyed our Heritage garden (for whatever reason) on Bolton Road and admired the beautiful plants and shrubs.
We need your help!
We are a small group with a big heart.
We urgently need new members to help us to maintain and insure these areas.
We are all volunteers and do not expect people to give a lot of time.
Maybe you can attend our meeting at St Luke’s Community Centre (entrance on Golborne Road).
Contact Us to find out the date and time of our next meeting.
This has been a great success with many people of all ages making use of the facilities including small childrens’ play area and a multi-sports area.
The garden has been completed, replacing what had become an eyesore with a place for people to enjoy.
The Group was set up to try to improve the area for the benefit of its residents, to promote community involvement with environmental projects and to promote any other projectswhich will improve the facilities available in our area.
Have your say
The Group is a core member of the Ashton and Bryn Township Forum and is represented on the Wigan Borough Environmental and Heritage Network group. This gives the Group a voice on matters fundamental to its aims and objectives.
Any ideas on how to make our community a better place for us all to live? Contact us or come along to out meeting. We’ would be delighted to hear from you.