Here you will find information about the Worsley and Boothstown neighbourhood area, as well as current news, useful contacts, and opportunities for getting involved.
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The area is made up of two wards, Worsley, and Boothstown and Ellenbrook.
Worsley and Boothstown is situated on the western edge of the city of Salford, bordered by the East Lancashire Road (A580) to the north and Bridgewater Canal to the south. This is the most prosperous service delivery area in Salford, a very stable, attractive and highly desirable residential area.
A significant amount of agricultural land and open land is situated in the Boothstown area that forms part of the 'green belt'.
The area is characterised by a growing middle aged population with high economic activity rates and the lowest unemployment rates in the city. It has high levels of educational attainment and low levels of poor health and lone parent families.
Overall crime levels in Worsley and Boothstown are generally low compared to the rest of Salford although there is local concern about the incidence of vehicle crime and burglary.
Community committee meetings for Worsley and Boothstown 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 meetings including dates, times and venues, copies of the minutes, or information on how to join the mailing list please see the get involved page. Other task groups at Worsley and Boothstown include the children and young people's task group, Streetscene task group, the older people's task group, Destination Worsley, transport task group and the Health Action Partnership. For details, please contact the neighbourhood team on 0161 925 1120.
The Worsley and Boothstown children and young people's task group meets every two months to focus upon priorities for younger residents of the area. The purpose of the group is to:
The group is made up of members that are community volunteers, Salford City Council officers and partners and local councillors. Some of the key achievements of the group are:
We would welcome members of community groups from the area to become involved in future activities of the task group so please come along and help us plan positive activities for young people in Worsley, Boothstown and Ellenbrook. Please contact the neighbourhood team on 0161 925 1120 if you would like to discuss further.
|Vinny Nash||Neighbourhood manager|
|Fay Flatt||Neighbourhood development officer|
|Jeanette Coward||Administration officer|
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This page was last updated on 29 June 2017