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Radcliffe Local Area Partnership

Map of Radcliffe

Radcliffe is recorded as 'Radecliue' in the Domesday Book of 1086, the name means 'the red cliffe' taken from the Old English words 'read' and 'clif ' and is the Borough's most westerly town on the river Irwell.  Radcliffe Local Area Partnerships comprises of the electoral wards of Radcliffe North, Radcliffe East and Radcliffe West.  In addition to the market town of Radcliffe, are the villages of Ainsworth and Starling, part of Bradley Fold, Black Lane, Outwood and Chapel Field.  Radcliffe has many diverse communities made up of people of all ages, and from different backgrounds, faiths and cultures.


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Local Area Partnership meeting dates and venues


One goal, one community interfaith project

Local Area Partnership papers

What is planned for my area?

Go to our e-Planning page to access online application forms, search for and comment on current planning applications and lots more.

View all current & planned street works in this area.


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