The external links below are provided for your general interest and convenience.
The Chester Civic Trust is not responsible for the contents of external websites.
Civic Voice is the national charity for the civic movement in England. We make places more attractive, enjoyable and distinctive. We promote civic pride.
Northwest Association of Civic Trusts and Societies Formed in 2002 NWActs celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2012 and is now well organised to help individual Trusts and Societies in the north west area, which encompasses Cheshire, Cumbria, Lancashire, Manchester and Merseyside. By helping to create local societies where they do not exist; coordinating collective desires; helping member societies to be heard and to help resolve any matters or issues, local or national. We aim to disseminate information where appropriate and to work closely with our national body Civic Voice so that we can promote the direction for the future within the Civic Society movement.
Campaign to Protect Rural England We campaign for a beautiful and living countryside. We work to influence how we plan our towns and cities to make them better places to live and work, to ensure the countryside is protected for all to enjoy for now and future generations.
English Heritage Everywhere we look, history surrounds us. English Heritage champions our historic places and advises the government and others to help today’s generation get the best out of our heritage and ensure that it is protected for future generations.
Cheshire West and Chester Council For all your local government news and services.
FixMyStreet is a mySociety website through which users can report potholes, broken street lights and similar problems with streets and roads in England, Scotland and Wales to their local council or related organisation.
Chester archaeological society The Chester Archaeological Society was founded in 1849. From the beginning our interests have extended over the historic county of Cheshire (including Wirral and parts of Greater Manchester) plus neighbouring areas, and have included archaeology, history, architectural history and conservation.
Heritage Watch Heritage Watch is a network of partners and community groups who hold knowledge and current information relating to heritage locations within their community. Heritage Watch brings communities together to care for the environment in which they live and is a fantastic approach to preserving Cheshire’s Heritage for future generations.