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Your community, your say, join your local Bury TRA today

1.What is a TRA?

2. Why should I get involved?

3. List of local TRAs

4 How to start a tenants group

What is a TRA?

Tenant and Resident Associations (TRAs) are made up of people that volunteer their time to make positive changes in their area. This short video includes interviews with several volunteers about the kind of things they do.

Why should I get involved?

Are you passionate about where you live? Then why not join your local TRA to:

● Share ideas and influence decisions about services and improvements to homes or the environment

● Attend and help organise social events and clubs (including Youth Clubs,activity sessions, clean up days and more), which can be a great way to get to know your neighbours and improve the vibrancy of where you live

● Work with the TRA to bid for funding to make improvements to your community

● Gain fantastic work experience and a sense of satisfaction through volunteering

Meet people and make a difference in your local community in Bury by joining a Tenant and Resident Association

“Since our community have come together to tackle local problems, we have seen marked improvements on our estate. Our committee gets together at our lively and friendly meetings to address any issues, organise community events and to make our estate an enjoyable place to live. My neighbours are now new friends and we have a strong community spirit which we intend to keep.”

List of Local TRAs

If you would like to get involved with your TRA, please contact your area's Tenant Engagement Officer by calling 0161 686 8000 or email

If you are a TRA and not on this list, or you want to provide an address or website, please let us know and we will update your listing.


Chesham Fold TRA

Chesham Fold Road, 89 Chesham Fold Road, Bury, BL9 6JZ | Facebook

Seedfield TRA

Contact via   

Topping Fold TRA

c/o Topping Fold Library, Topping Fold Road, Bury, BL9 7NG | Bev Platt on 0161 253 6361

The People's Voice (Brandlesholme)

Brandlesholme Community Centre and Library, Brandlesholme Road, BL8 1HS | | Facebook | Emma Baker on 0161 797 7366 or 07512084155.


Abbey Close TRA

Abbey Close, Radcliffe, M26 3PJ | Website | Facebook | Twitter

Chapelfield TRA

Chapelfield, Radcliffe, M26 1JH | Website | Facebook | Twitter

Outwood TRA | The King George V Community Centre, 118 Outwood Road, M26 1AG | Facebook | Contact CDW Steph Brimelow on 07973731583

Red Bank Tenants Association

Lowe St, Radcliffe, Manchester, M26 3PD | 0161 686 8146

Waverley Place Social Club

50 School St, Radcliffe, Manchester M26 3AN | Contact CDW Steph Brimelow on 07973731583

Prestwich and Whitefield

Elms Community Association

Elms Community Centre, Green Lane, Whitefield, M45 7FD | Website | Anne Adams (Chair) 0161 767 9233 

Hunters Hill TRA (Friends of Hunters Hill) | Facebook

Victoria TRA and Community Centre

Victoria Community Centre, Charles Street, Whitefield | Website | Facebook | Dave Howell (Chair) 0161 766 3748

Map of TRA locations

Several of the TRAs can be viewed on this map. If you are a TRA and would like to be added, please contact us.



How to start a tenants group

We help groups get off the ground and give full support along the way. A starter pack has also been produced which provides a useful guide on how to set up and run a new group. It includes handy tips and information for existing groups too. The starter pack is currently being updated so please contact us for help and guidance.


Six Town Housing has a limited amount of community funding that can be bid for. Please note that it is for TRAs and Action Groups of STH tenants only. Download the guidance notes for the funding here and the application form here.


All TRAs are required to have a constitution. A constitution is a basic set of rules that TRAs must have to be recognised and to apply for funding. It covers the aims of a group and gives guidance on how a group will operate. Help will be given to new groups to develop a constitution. Click here to view our model constitution.