Cleveleys Coastal Community Team

Cleveleys Coastal Community Team

Cleveleys Coastal Community Team is a group made up of local volunteers who are working with Wyre Council to make the seaside town of Cleveleys better than average. The Team are looking after the streets, making improvements and planning activities to attract people to the town, to keep it vibrant in the future.

What is a Coastal Community Team?

A Coastal Community Team (CCT) is a local partnership consisting of the local authority and people from a coastal community who have an understanding of the issues facing that area and can develop an effective forward strategy for that place.

Our CCT at Cleveleys is one of many in the UK, supported by DCLG (Department for Communities and Local Government). Fleetwood, Blackpool and St Annes have all previously been awarded funding to establish Coastal Community Teams.

This is a newly formed team and includes individuals and groups who already work for the benefit of Cleveleys in many ways and will build on the good work done so far. DCLG awarded a £10,000 grant in early 2017 to support the work of the team. More about that below.

Councillor Peter Murphy, Cabinet member with responsibility for economic development at Wyre Council, said ‘Cleveleys has some outstanding qualities including a nationally acclaimed and newly regenerated Promenade, the Mythic Coast artwork trail and the specially commissioned Sea Swallow book which the Coastal Community Team will look to capitalise on.’

A Town Team Action Plan has been put together and submitted to DCLG and takes in to account both short and longer term community priorities It takes on board any existing plans and seeks to improve their impact.

Cleveleys Coastal Community Teams Action Plan

Plans and Achievements

You can keep up to speed and find out how you can get involved with the Coastal Community Team through the ‘Care for Cleveleys’ Facebook group.

Updates from the CCT are published regularly online and through printed letter updates to the town centre businesses.

Latest updates from Cleveleys Coastal Community Team

The completed achievements of the CCT can be found on this page – newest at the top.

Get in touch

Email jane@theRabbitPatch.co.uk

Email kathryn.oakes@wyre.gov.uk

Join the new Town Centre Team

Published July 2017

After the success of the Clean Sweep Day on 1 June, a new Town Centre Team has been formed as part of the Coastal Community Team to continue the good work and look after the place.

Cleveleys Town Centre Team Cleveleys Town Centre Team

Meeting about every four weeks, they’ll spend an hour or so looking after the plants and attending to any new jobs that are identified and need doing. It’s going to start off initially as a small group and will grow as people want to join in and get involved.

If you look after a group who look for community projects to help on a one-off basis (like Scouts, Cadets etc) by all means get in touch and we can find them a job to do!

The group will provide you with a hi-viz vest, sacks and equipment.

Business Questionnaire

Published April 2017

Printed surveys were hand delivered to all local businesses in Cleveleys in April 2017.

Cleveleys Coastal Community Team Survey Feb 2017

This was your chance to have your say and to make your voice heard about what you think are issues in Cleveleys right now, and what would help to improve it for the future.

It’s also important that we collect contact details for each business so that we can keep in touch about plans and make sure that the Coastal Community Team achieves the best outcome.

Funding Awarded for Cleveleys Coastal Community Team

Published 26.2.17

The Department for Communities and Local Government has announced the award of £10,000 following a successful funding bid by Wyre Council.

The first step will be to establish the new Cleveleys Coastal Community Team with representatives from Cleveleys businesses and retailers, Rossall Beach Residents and Community Group, LeftCoast, visitor attractions, schools and churches. This will be a newly formed team and will include many individuals and groups who already work for the benefit of Cleveleys in many ways and will build on the good work done so far.

Councillor Peter Murphy, Cabinet member with responsibility for economic development at Wyre Council, said ‘Cleveleys has some outstanding qualities including a nationally acclaimed and newly regenerated Promenade, the Mythic Coast artwork trail and the specially commissioned Sea Swallow book which the Coastal Community Team will look to capitalise on.’

Jane Littlewood, Chair of Cleveleys Town Team said ‘The first step will be to go back to basics and find out from businesses what their issues and aspirations are and this will help to shape the action plan. All Cleveleys town centre businesses will receive a questionnaire and are encouraged to return it and have their say.’

The next job for the team will be to draw up the Town Team Action Plan by the end of March 2017.

This will take in to account both short and longer term community priorities taking on board any existing plans and seeking to improve their impact.

Coastal Community Teams from Coastal Communities Alliance

Grey planters planted up in Cleveleys

Find out More

Have a look at the Visit Cleveleys website homepage for more of the latest updates.

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