Swinton and Pendlebury
Here you can find information about your Swinton Neighbourhood Management Team, the Swinton area and some ideas on how you can get involved in your community.
The area is made up of three wards, Swinton South, Swinton North, and Pendlebury. For statistical information about these wards see our ward profiles page.
Your Swinton Neighbourhood Management Team works with residents across Swinton and Pendlebury to make sure they feel:
- informed about what is happening in their area
- empowered to have a say in decisions being made
- able to get involved to make improvements for themselves.
The team work closely with local partners such as the Neighbourhood Policing Team, housing agencies, local businesses and youth providers to ensure that neighbourhood issues are dealt with in the most effective way. The team also supports the Swinton Community Committee, which brings together local residents, councillors and community groups to identify neighbourhood priorities and allocate local budgets.
About the area
Swinton town centre is the city's administrative centre, both Salford City Council and the police have their headquarters based there. This is also where you will find the local shopping precinct and the district's main library.
Swinton is also home to the only Victorian themed park in Salford with a bandstand. The park is also home to a thriving allotment association, ladies and gentleman bowling club, health walk club and various community sports groups. The park is supported by "The Friends of Victoria Park" group. This local group of residents and park users organise various events in the park, including summer activities, friendship days and very successful bandstand concerts. Due to the hard work of the group and agencies, the park has been successful in securing four Green Flags - an annually awarded national standard for parks and green spaces.
Transport links are good along the two main arterial routes to Manchester but will improve in the future as a result of the Salford West Strategy. There are three railway stations which could benefit from more frequent services and improved pedestrian and bus links.
There are three high schools and fourteen primary schools, as well as two youth centres.
There are two children's centres - Swinton and Moorside Children's Centre and Mossfield Children Centre.
Swinton and Pendlebury also has two youth centres which focus on providing activities and support for the youth of the area. The "Deans Youth Outdoors Activity Centre" also delivers The Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme. Clifton Youth Centre, engages with local young people to identify and support local projects, youth issues and engagement.
Open space and recreational areas can be found in Clifton (Clifton Country Park, LIVIA and Clifton Moss), Wardley (Wardley Moss) and Swinton Park.
Community committee and local task groups
Community committee meetings for Swinton and Pendlebury are held bi-monthly. Anyone wanting to find out what's going on or get involved is invited to attend. For information about community committee including dates, times and venues, copies of the minutes, or information on how to join the mailing list please see the community committee page.
Community action plan (CAP)
An action plan for the area is produced every year by the community committee. A copy of the action plan can be downloaded from the CAP page.
Swinton and Pendlebury neighbourhood management team
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Swinton and Pendlebury Neighbourhood Management Team
Salford Civic Centre
Telephone: 0161 607 1961
This page was last updated on 29 April 2015