Get Involved

Getting involved is as easy as 1…2…3!
Ways to get involved with Stanley Street Quarter CIC

1.Decide how you would like to get involved

We are always on the lookout for keen people to get involved in organising our events – they could be from a grand ball to pop-up events on the street.

Always on our agenda is how to make the area safer. We need a dedicated team who are interested in making the Quarter safe for all and willing to take part in work to do this – this includes physical projects like gating schemes, community awareness projects and coordinating volunteers.

At the heart of everything we do is funding; Without funding we can’t make an impact on the area. Our funding needs to come from a combination of stakeholder contributions, fundraising, sponsorship and grant funding. Whether you would like to organise a fundraiser or are a bid writer we want to hear from you.

As a growing destination locally and nationally we need to keep on top of how we are marketing the Stanley Street Quarter as a destination. We are particularly interested in hearing from graphic designers, copy writers and photographers at this time.

Volunteering Team
Perhaps you just want to get hands on? We will have a variety of volunteer roles available soon – from street clean teams to night-time area angels! If you would like to make a difference let us know.


2. Contact us, attend meetings and get involved as much or as little as you would like!

Each of the areas above hold their own committee meetings, so come along and see what it is like for yourself and how you might be able to get involved. Email info@stanleystqtr.co.uk to express your interest in getting involved and we will send you a welcome pack and the forms you need to fill out.
Welcome to the team!


3. Want to get more serious?

If you have been involved for some time and can dedicate a hour or two per week you may like to consider becoming a company director. This gives you responsibility to set the actions for the company – but also comes with legal responsibility.