Congleton Green

There are plenty of local groups promoting and working towards green living, business and supporting environmental causes. You can read about how to support these and get involved below.

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Baddeley Green Hedgehog Rescue Centre

Congleton Community can benefit from this Hedgehog rescue centre and can also find out all sorts of information about hedgehogs and their safety and or rescue

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Beartown Rickshaw

Beartown Rickshaw offers free rickshaw rides to local beauty spots (Congleton park, Astbury Mere, Biddulph Valley Way) for those of any age who are unable to get out much for whatever reason. Or leave a message on 07927 969196. Volunteers (18+) always needed for pedalling the rickshaw, outriding (with your own cycle) and admin. The riding volunteers need to be used to cycling safely in traffic. Training on handling the rickshaw (an e-trike) is given. DBS checks essential – we organise and pay for these.

Phone Number:

07927 969196


Bromley Bloomers

Gardening group that works on sites on Bromley Farm. Main site is the Friendship Garden on Hillary Avenue. Plant vegetables, flowers and wildflowers. Make bug hotels. Get free food.

Phone Number:

07875 542974


Congleton Climate Action Group/Sustainable Travel

Congleton Climate Action Group is a grassroots organisation, part of Friends of The Earth, Tackling Climate Change and Biodiversity Emergency at a local level through peaceful discussion, education, engagement and Volunteer opportunities, all welcome.


Congleton Sustainable Travel is part of Congleton Climate Action Group, making Congleton safer and more accessible for local people to use the bus, train, cycles and walking, by engagement, discussion and education.

Congleton Repair Cafe

Congleton Repair Cafe operates out of The Old Sawmill community hub in Congleton, Cheshire. We run our events on the last Saturday of each month from 10-2pm. Please see our Facebook page to keep up to date with our events and more!

Congleton Sustainability Group (CSG)

CSG has developed well known projects including Congleton Apple Juice, saving Vale Allotments and raising £750,000 through the community share scheme for the Dane Valley Hydro Scheme. CSG supports Congleton Town Council to become Carbon Neutral by 2025, by training Councillors, householders & businesses through its Sustainable Living in Congleton (SLIC) courses.

Phone Number:

07732 122802


Trees for Congleton

The Trees for Congleton group aims to plant 30,000 trees and shrubs, one for every resident of Congleton, to help mitigate the effects of climate change and biodiversity loss. New planting sites are always needed, and new volunteers would be welcomed to help with planting and maintenance.