Stars Drama Academy are performing a production of ‘Charlie & The Chocolate Factory’, based on the…
Oxfam – Cheadle Hulme
Telephone: 07920 296519
Would you like to learn new skills, improve your CV and meet new friends, whilst also being part of an incredible group of people who are helping to end poverty for good?
We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help support our fantastic Shop Manager Louisa in our Cheadle Hulme store.
An ideal opportunity to gain new skills & meet new friends! We’d love to hear from you!
Action for Sick Children
Telephone: 0161 486 6788
Action for Sick Children are a charity who campaign for the rights of children in hospital. We also run projects including the Dental Playbox(r) where we teach young children the importance of dental hygiene. We will also soon be launching our Magical Power of Play Appeal, providing much needed play equipment to children in hospital.
Telephone: 0161 283 4883
The Together Trust provides care, education and support for children and adults with learning and physical disabilities, autism and emotional needs. Our services include residential homes, community services, specialist schools and a fostering service. Every year we help over 2300 children and adults across the North West to overcome very significant barriers, giving them the most positive future possible.
166 Stanley Rd Cheadle Hulme, Cheadle SK8 6RQ
Telephone: 0161 610 0100
Our charity is dedicated to providing a creative, happy and secure environment for children and adults with complex and severe learning disabilities which include little or no language abilities.
An award winning local charity
Millie’s Trust was established by Millies parents following the loss of their daughter in a choking incident at nursery in October 2012. The charity aims to promote the advancement of health and saving of lives by providing education and training in First Aid.
For further information or to donate or offer support please visit the website
Millie’s Trust is a Registered Charity – England and Wales: 1151410
A world where no child is forced to live on the street
Telephone: 0161 485 6685
Retrak works to transform highly vulnerable children’s lives; preserve families; empower communities and give each of them a voice.