Networking a success
● ● ● HALTON Borough Council’s Community Networking Morning was a big success raising money for Macmillan Coffee Mornings.
The event at the Grangeway Community Centre was organised to help groups network with each other and raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
A number of community groups and professional organisations were at the event, showcasing work they do within the community and resources they have.
Some organisations included Halton Borough Council’s waste team, Sure Start To Later Life and Halton Libraries.
Palacefields Ukulele Group, Hillview Women’s Club and Runcorn Rotary were also there.
The event raised £210 for Macmillan Cancer Support and has started some new partnerships and projects within the community.
Halton Borough Council’s executive board member for communities, Cllr Phil Harris, said: “This event was an excellent opportunity to bring together many community groups and organisations to share their latest projects and have the chance to link up with each other while raising money for the national Macmillan Campaign.”
This year’s Santa Dash is to take place on Sunday December 2.
Above, the council’s Community Networking Morning was a big success with people from all sorts of organisations, above, getting togetherRight, some of the tasty food for visitors to eat