MCP Mayfield Community Partnership

About

The aim of Mayfield Community Partnership (MCP) is to engage with the residents and encourage social cohesion by providing social events. Also to improve the health and well-being of residents. They meet bi-monthly to discuss registered issues and to arrange events.
MCP has been in existence for over 12 years and is a prime example of good partnership working between various registered agencies and residents. The aim of MCP is to make a real difference in the area and encourage residents to take over the running of MCP with support from the agencies when needed. The Chair, Secretary and some of the committee are residents. Thanks to funding support from various funders, a variety of events are organised throughout the year to create some positive social activities. Each year they have a programme of events that include: litter picks; child safety event; family fun day and community carol service. They are an umbrella for two community projects: MCP ESOL classes; Hawley Community Garden.

About Mayfield Community Partnership

Mayfield Community Partnership covers Cherrywood Ward - Prospect, Grange, Fairfax and Prince Charles Crescent Estate.
The aim is to improve and maintain community cohesion and health and wellbeing of local people by creating activities and groups to bring people in the area together.

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Mayfield Community Partnership

Email
mcpsecretary@outlook.com

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Location

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