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October 7, 2021

Park project turns to supporting pooches

A community reassurance project at a Moorlands park has this week turned to supporting pooches and their owners. The Cheadle Town Council funded initiative at Tean Road Recreation Ground in Cheadle has seen lots of community engagements take place at the site by youth worker Nicky Derrett and volunteer Annie Devereux who have been delivering the programme.

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September 9, 2021

Community reassurance to continue at rec

A community reassurance programme which is proving to be a success at a town’s park is set to continue – at least for another month. The initiative, which is currently being funded and trialed by Cheadle Town Council, has seen lots of community engagement take place on the Tean Road Recreation Ground by youth worker Nicky Derrett and volunteer Annie Devereux who have been delivering the programme for the past eight weeks.

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August 26, 2021

Skate Trix competition postponed due to weather

A youth competition which was set to take place at the weekend in the Moorlands was postponed due to the wet weather at the weekend. The first ever Cheadle Skate Trix Tournament was set to take place at the Tean Road recreation Ground in Cheadle on Saturday (August 21) but the organisers, which included Cheadle Town Council in conjunction with teenager Lewis Hide, decided to cancel the event on safety grounds due to downpours of rain at the weekend.

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August 5, 2021

“This will not deter our positivity” – states council

A council has stated that they remain positive about a new community reassurance programme at a town’s rec – despite there being a series of vandalism incidents recently. According to Cheadle Town Council, which looks after the Tean Road Recreation Ground site, the incidents happened on Wednesday (July 28) and also on Friday (July 30); and they involved a group of teenagers “kicking in” the door of the grounds’ bowling pavilion.

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July 22, 2021

“So much has been achieved already – this can only get better”

A new community reassurance programme in a Moorlands town has been a big hit with park users from the start. We reported last week that Cheadle Town Council had begun a trial of a Community Reassurance Programme which is aimed at encouraging and supporting users of the Tean Road Recreation Ground and its facilities.

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October 10, 2019

Calls for park attendant due to safety concerns

A PARK attendant could be employed to oversee the safety of people using a recreation field in the Moorlands after a town councillor mooted the idea at a council meeting this week. During Cheadle Town Council's meeting on Monday (October 7), councillor Ian Whitehouse put forward the suggestion that both Tean Road and Churchill Road recreations grounds could be assigned a park attendant who park users can go to if they have a problem or query. He said: “I think we should look at the idea of having a park attendant on Tean Road rec and at Churchill Road rec too.

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May 31, 2018

Plans unveiled for park revamp

A £75,000 project to install new play equipment at a Cheadle park is the first phase of a huge transformation plan, it has been revealed.

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