Hear about multi-million pound plans to revitalise Altrincham

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PEOPLE have the chance to learn all about ambitious plans to regenerate Altrincham.

Altrincham and Bowdon Civic Society is hosting a talk outlining proposals for the town centre, including a £15m scheme to regenerate the market.

The plans have been drawn up by Altrincham Forward, a group, made up of council, community and business leaders.

The talk, 'Altrincham Forward - Making Change Happen', will be presented by Helen France of Altrincham Forward.

The talk will include the group's vision for the town and proposals for making change happen. Details of what is planned for the next 12 months to help the 'renaissance' will be given.

The talk will be preceded by the civic society's annual general meeting with updates on ongoing promotions and campaigns.

These cover conservation areas and heritage, trees and green spaces, quality public realm, a 'Sharing our Streets' scheme and maximising the use of the market buildings.

A new civic society logo designed by Native Studios in Manchester reflecting these themes will be unveiled during the evening.

The meeting with a break for refreshments, will be held on November 28 starting at 7pm, with the talk at 8.30pm followed by a discussion, finishing by 9.15pm. It will take place in the council chamber at Altrincham Town Hall on Market Street, Altrincham.

All members, their guests and visitors are welcome.

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9:13pm Thu 22 Nov 12

HenryM says...

It feels like Altrincham has really turned the corner and is right on track to its rightful place again. Some more new new shops and restaurants opening and a buzz at Xmas, plus the big plans re the new hospital, library hub and the market buildings being made more flexible and friendly.
It feels like Altrincham has really turned the corner and is right on track to its rightful place again. Some more new new shops and restaurants opening and a buzz at Xmas, plus the big plans re the new hospital, library hub and the market buildings being made more flexible and friendly. HenryM

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