Groups Based in the Anglesey Parish
Anglesey Parish Council is keen to share the amazing work it knows is being done in the area. If you run a commuity group in the Parish, or serving the community of Anglesey, please get in touch with us – we want to know what what you do and are happy to share it.
If you don’t run a local community group please read on where you might find something of interest to you. We hope that you wll continue to keep returning to see new groups as they are added.
It is Council’s intention to help promote Community Events on this page. Of necessity the current pandemic has curtailed the number of events being held. If your organisiation is holding an event please let us know and we will let others know too.
Burton Conservation Volunteers
Based at Anglesey Allotments we have been carrying out practical environmental projects locally and further afield since February 1993.
The multi award winning group carry out work for Parish and County Councils, clients like the National Trust and several Wildlife Trusts, schools, private landowners etc. The requisite is to produce a positive environmental outcome.
By charging a basic fee for the whole group, we remain wholly voluntary, independent and self-funding. We have our own tools and £10 million public liability insurance cover.
The Manchester Oddfellows - Burton on Trent Branch
SInce 1810 years the Oddfellows has helped its members forge friendships and offered help in times of need. They are proud to be a non-profit mutual that believes in a community bonded by friendship, care and charitable support.There are no political or religious affiliations; they are here for everyone – from all walks of life and ages. As well as friendship the members may seeksupport from a range of social, care and financial benefits.
Today the national network comprises 121 branches and some 309,000 UK members. The Burton on Trent District meet in the Oddfellows Hall on All Saints Road. Further information on their activities can be found on