The 54th Cheadle Civic Society AGM was held on Wednesday, May 9th, 2018.

The existing committee members were all re-elected unopposed and chairman Phillip Gould-Bourn reported on the numerous activities the Society had been involved with over the previous 12 months.
These included:
  • Supplying and displaying Cheadle archive pictures at Cheadle Library
  • Supporting the courtyard garden outside Cheadle Library
  • Organising a highly successful "Haloween on the Green" event on Cheadle Green
  • Maintaining the lawns and gardens in Cheadle Green, with a special thanks to Peter Rowley
  • Assisting with organised ad-hoc litter picks in Cheadle
  • Funding the repairs and removal of the Ockleston Memorial (returning to the front of Cheadle Green)
  • Funding floral displays throughout the village
  • Monitoring planning applications and other council funded initiatives in the village
At the conclusion of the AGM was a special talk by Alan Bullock, a director of local firm Bullocks Coaches, on the history of the company.  
This was a highly informative and very well illustrated talk about one of the best known family run businesses in Cheadle and several generations of the Bullocks family were in attendance.
For further information about Bullocks Coaches, please visit their web site:

      Civic Society chairman Phillip Gould-Bourn reported on another successful year for the Civic Society and gave an outline of the plans for the year ahead
    Alan Bullock gave a highly informative talk about the history of Bullocks Coaches
  Several generations of the Bullocks' family (front) were in attendance at a very full meeting