Welcome to West Cheltenham

The west of Cheltenham has developed since 1945 into a large residential area of over 10,000 houses and more than 20,000 residents. At the West Cheltenham Partnership we offer services activities and opportunities for all local residents. Here are some of our latest activities, feel free to call is if you need more information or support.

The West Cheltenham Pantry

The project is gathering speed. To see more details take a look at the dedicated website here;

West Cheltenham Pantry – Supporting Our Community

Resource Centres

The centres at Hesters Way and Springbank offer a wide array of resources for the community including nurseries, doctors surgeries and community spaces for hire

Neighbourhood Plan

The WCP is supporting the Hesters Way Forum in the development of a neighbourhood plan for the ward. For more information take a look at the dedicated website

Hesters Way Forum – Co-creating a better future

Solar Panels

The WCP are preparing to add to the renewable energy provision at Hesters Way with a large solar array. The project has been partly funded by SWEA through the European Regional Development Fund’s Target 2030 provision.

MUGA Sports Coaching

WCP will be offering sports coaching sessions during the summer holidays during July and August at Oasis . As usual the Bridge Football Academy will providing coaches in these free drop in sessions. Boys and girls aged 8-14 will be welcome in the sessions which run from 12.30 until 3.30pm.

Tree Planting in Fiddlers Green

Cllr Williams helping with the tree plant

Working in partnership with Cheltenham Borough Council, CPRE Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds & Vale Ash Dieback Forum, funds were raised from the Ash Fund, enabling 250 trees to be planted.

On Saturday 20th November 2021, Forum Members, local residents and friends came together to plant a variety of 180 trees, (Rowan, Holly, Oak, Cherry, Acer, Wild Pear, Hawthorn, Silver Birch, Hornbeam and Maple).

The value and overall benefit to residents in having trees, plants and green spaces can not be underestimated, and we welcome this happening in the Golden Valley Cyber Hub Development.