Holderness Ward Action Plan

  1. Introduction
  2. Holderness Ward today
  3. Known and emerging issues
  4. Action Plan
  5. Building Stronger Communities – People and Places (You are here)
  6. Monitoring and engagement

Building Stronger Communities – People and Places

The introduction made clear that getting things done will require the support and help of others, and we are fortunate in the Holderness Ward to havea range of assets and partners. Places to meet in and people with whom we will work. We have on our website a list of Community buildings and community groups and organisations, and as the plan develops this list will be added to.

Zones Community Individuals/groups Institution Buildings
  • Aston Carnival
  • Aston Charities
  • Aston Craft Group
  • Aston Cricket Club
  • Aston Footpath Walkers Association
  • Aston Ladies Circle
  • Aston Neighbourhood Watch
  • Aston Swallownest JFC
  • Aston TARA
  • Aston-cum-Aughton & District Wine Circle
  • Aston-cum-Aughton History Group
  • Aston-cum-Aughton Ladies Group
  • Aston-cum-Aughton Parish Council
  • Chatterbox Activity Group
  • Heighton View Community Group
  • Springwood Whizzkids


All Saints Church, Central Methodist Church


Aston All Saints J&I, Aston Lodge Primary, Aston Hall J&I, Springwood Junior Academy, Aughton Junior Academy

Neighbourhood Centres:

Hepworth Drive, Windy Ridge and Heighton View
Aston Community Library
Aston Customer Service Centre
Aston-cum-Aughton Leisure Centre
Aston-cum-Aughton Parish Hall
Aughton Early Years – Children's Centre
Aughton Post Office
William Layne Reading Rooms
  • 5th Age
  • Mason Ave Community Group
  • Swallownest Bowling Club
  • Swallownest Bowling Club
  • Swallownest FC
  • Swallownest Pre-School
  • Swallownest Scout Group
  • Toybox Toddlers


Bethesda Church, Christ Church, Swallownest Baptist Church


Aston Academy, Swallownest Primary

Neighbourhood Centres:

Mason Avenue

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