Engagement Hub

Welcome to Trafford Council's Engagement Hub.

Every year we make decisions that affect the community. The Council is committed to supporting people out of poverty, reducing health inequalities, and addressing our climate crisis.

The hub will help you find opportunities to get involved and have your say on the things that matter to you.

See how your input has assisted decision making

We Asked, You Said, We Did

Open activities

  • Social Prescribing Working Group

    Currently there is ongoing work to try and improve social prescribing in Trafford. A working group has been organised which meeting for the second time on Thursday 23rd of May. This meeting focused on discussing two topics: 1. Defining the social prescribing in Trafford 2. Where do we want to see Social Prescribing in Trafford in 4-5 years? This survey is to capture...

    Closes 21 June 2024

  • St Hugh of Lincoln School Street Consultation

    What is a School Street? The purpose of a School Street is to create a safer and healthier environment outside the school gates by reducing road danger, improving air quality and encouraging active travel. When the school street is operational at the start and end of the school day, the road becomes a temporary walking, wheeling and cycling zone. ...

    Closes 24 June 2024

  • Capturing the voice of young people - schools

    It’s important that all children and young people in Trafford get the opportunity to have a say in the things that matter to them. Therefore, we are asking all schools to complete a short survey, so we can find out how you are capturing the voice of pupils, in particular those with SEND, and what’s working and what isn’t.

    Closes 30 June 2024

  • Trafford SEND survey 2024

    Trafford Commissioning are in the process of developing a commissioning strategy for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities aged 0 - 25 in Trafford. The voices of children and young people are paramount to the work we do and we welcome them to complete this short questionnaire to offer their feedback and views to shape services in Trafford moving...

    Closes 7 July 2024

  • Altrincham College Significant Change Proposal

    Trafford Council are hosting this consultation on behalf of South Manchester Learning Trust. This consultation is part of the process for making a significant change to an academy and it is separate to the planning consultation process. If you would like to instead respond to the planning consultation, or find out more detail about the project proposed, please search for planning...

    Closes 8 July 2024

Closed activities

  • Cancer Awareness

    This is a short 10 minute survey around your access to the NHS, your knowledge about lung cancer and screening for cancer (testing for cancer when you have no symptoms). Any data collected will be completely anonymous and the information will help Public Health Trafford to reduce cancer...

    Closed 13 June 2024

  • Trafford Corporate Plan Re-fresh

    Our Corporate Plan sets out how we, as your Council, will serve you – our residents, businesses and communities. Our current plan was launched in 2021 and was designed to deal with the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. It’s now time to update it so that we can focus on the new challenges and...

    Closed 12 June 2024

  • Urmston Plan

    At Trafford Council we recognise that our four main town centres, Altrincham, Sale, Stretford, and Urmston are crucial components to the economic, environmental, and social wellbeing of everyone in the borough. Each town centre provides a unique but complementary offer, where our residents and...

    Closed 2 June 2024

  • Reducing Parental Conflict lunch and learn

    Trafford's Reducing Parental Coordinator is hosting 4 lunch and learn sessions over April and May 2024 to introduce new digital resources which have been purchased to help support families in conflict. These sessions are designed to provide those attending with knowledge and an understanding of the...

    Closed 24 May 2024

  • Schools Wraparound Survey - February 24

    To support families with primary aged children who need access to paid for wraparound childcare from 8am to 6pm, the government has announced a national wraparound programme. Parents should expect to see an expansion in the availability of wraparound childcare from September 2024. ...

    Closed 10 May 2024

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