The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
The Harthill Hub: June 2016
Some of our readers have enquired as to what is 'The Harthill Hub'?
The Harthill Hub is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company working in partnership to create opportunities, support local enterprise and improve equality of access to the countryside.
Work has been ongoing since 2014 to develop Harthill as a centre for wellbeing and enterprise.
The vision is to promote and support:
- the improvement of individual and community well being
- the growth of local businesses
- the development of tourist attractions and the tourist economy in Harthill and the surrounding areas
- equality of access to the natural environment
- the preservation of buildings or sites of historic, community or architectural importance
- the protection and conservation of the environment
The Harthill Hub is supported by residents and businesses in Harthill and a range of partners including The Bolesworth Estate and the Sandstone Ridge Trust. For more information check out the Harthill Hub website CLICK HERE.
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