About the Partnership

flixton-0113The Urmston Partnership is a not-for profit organisation made up of local businesses, residents, community groups and other local organisations. The aim of the partnership is to promote Urmston, Flixton and Davyhulme as a great place to live, work and play.

The Partnership is a recognised representative organisation for local businesses and the network is used to consult local businesses on town centre proposals, planning applications and other matters of common interest.

The Urmston Partnership Officers are drawn from local businesses, not-for-profit organisations and residents who are elected each year at the Annual General Meeting, which is usually held in May.  See  “Who’s Who” for details of the current Officers.

 

Events & Activities

Regular events organised by the Urmston Partnership include:

  • Spring Fayre in April or May
  • Food Festival in September
  • Halloween Event at the end of October
  • Christmas Lights Switch-On event in November
  • Christmas Market in December.

Other town centre events and competitions are also organised throughout the year to encourage local residents to visit the town centre.

artisanmarket16060401The Partnership was instrumental in bringing the ‘Urmston Artisan Market’ to town on the first Saturday in each month.

Joining The Urmston Partnership

As a local business, community group, not-for profit organisation or resident, the Partnership wants your commitment, enthusiasm and ideas to help the town fulfil it’s vision for the future.

The annual subscription to Urmston Partnership is:

£26 for businesses

£13 for individual residents, not-for profit organisations and market stall holders.

For more information about The Urmston Partnership contact Daniel Zammit on 0161 912 3880 or email [email protected].

More information on Urmston can also be found on the website http://www.urmstontowncentre.org.uk/ which is maintained by Trafford Council.

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