Welcome to our community

Community led project, supporting opportunities for the creation of services, projects and activities with positive impacts for the local area of St Peter’s & The Moors.

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What we’re passionate about

Neighbourhood projects

Developing and supporting projects and activities that have a positive impact on our community.

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Community support

Encouraging people to come together, have a voice, influence change, and make new friends.

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Our Sports Hub

Building for our future and creating opportunities for young people.

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Volunteering

Helping each other make St. Peter’s and The Moors a better place to live.

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Community news

Spring 2022 Newsletter

Read the digital version of our Spring newsletter here. Lots of exciting things going on in St. Peter’s and The Moors!

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Tewkesbury Road Community Garden Groups

Gardening & wildlife exploration with Jo Worthy-Jones.

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SPTM Soapbox

Got something to say about how your area could be improved? Let us know!

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Latest on social…

Great to have so many amazing partners involved with our programme. Offering free activities locally to families, some even trying something for the first time!
@NCLBchelt

Wonderful to see so many families enjoying our Easter programme down at @SaracensFC ground today
#Free
@NCLBchelt
@GoalsBG
@CheltBoroHomes

FLAG COMPETITION TIME! Your flag design could be flown outside the Municipal Offices this May as we are #CelebratingChildhood🏳☀

Download your flag online NOW!

Click the link below to find out more!⬇️⬇️⬇️

https://nclbcheltenham.org.uk/flag-competition

@CheltenhamBC

Week one of fun packed activities starting Monday!!!
@NCLBchelt
@CheltBoroHomes
@GoalsBG
@golffoundation
@CheltenhamBC

The difference we made

We are very proud of the impact our projects, activities, and funding has had in the St. Peter’s and The Moors area. Here are just some of our achievements.

7,000

individuals supported by our #ReduceWaste food project during the pandemic.

40

people per week continue to benefit from the food project.

200

adults and kids take part in our summer activity programme every year.