Partnerships and Communities

Improving outcomes for our residents, businesses and neighbourhoods

Trafford Partnership

The Trafford Partnership brings together organisations from across the public, private, voluntary, faith and community sectors and local residents to work collaboratively to tackle the borough's challenges and seize new opportunities.

Trafford Partnership Annual Report 2018/19

Our latest Trafford Partnership Annual Report provides you with a snapshot of the wide range of activity that takes place across Trafford’s communities, sectors and services. We hope you find this report both interesting and inspiring, as we highlight how partnership working achieves great things, things we can’t achieve by working alone, and encourages you to think positively about Trafford, try new ideas and work differently with others. Read the report or take a look at our summary graphic. 

Inclusive neighbourhood grants

The Inclusive Neighbourhoods Grants will support local people to put on an event or deliver a project that brings people together, is organised by residents, improves a local asset such as a park, or showcases community strengths.

Community News

Stay informed on how One Trafford are supporting local communities across Trafford and tackling the issues that matter to you.


Information on current consultations in Trafford.

Corporate and community events

Advice on organising and booking an event within one of Trafford's public open spaces and highways.

Neighbourhood Partnerships

There are a number of Neighbourhood Partnerships and networking groups in the borough such as those in Broadheath, Broomwood, Lostock, Partington and Sale West.

Ward profiles

Information about Trafford's twenty one wards.





Town centres partnerships

Traffod Council's Inclusive Economy and Communities Team work closely with local businesses and stakeholders to deliver on the vision for town centres.

Thrive Trafford

Thrive Trafford supports voluntary and community groups in the borough. This support includes capacity building, sourcing funding and promoting volunteering.

Community right to challenge

The Community right to challenge enables communities to challenge to take over local services that they think they can run differently and better.

Queen's Honours

Information on nominating an individual for the Queen's Honours.