Little Hulton Big Local


Little Hulton Big Local has one million pounds to invest to achieve its vision.

We believe we have made a good start in delivering our vision and priorities and that we are now on a launch pad to achieve even more in Little Hulton.


How much of the million has been spent?

Total Spend to 30th September 2019 was £666,013.

Plans for how we invest our million pounds are contained in our community plan. In 2017 we produced a new three-year plan, you can read it here. 

The work of Little Hulton Big Local is overseen by a partnership board that meets on the first Monday of every month. You can view the minutes from these meetings at the bottom of this page. 51% of board members must be Little Hulton residents. We always welcome new residents to join our board, if you are interested please contact us.


Total expenditure 1st October 2018 to 30th September 2019 was £211,325.95. From 1st October 2018 – 30th September 2019 we were working on year two of our new Three Year Plan.


Our Priorities and Achievements

We have been working on our three original priorities:

  • Community Centre / Hub
  • Young People
  • Employment and Wellbeing

We have also identified three new priorities through our community consultation in the lead up to us writing out new plan in 2017. These are:

  • Activities that support people’s mental health, happiness and wellbeing
  • The environment
  • Activities for older people / intergenerational activities


In 2018 -2019 our key achievements have been:

  • Continuing to develop a representative functioning Partnership Board
  • Completing a feasibility study to develop Peel Park Pavilion and Peel Park
  • Registering a New Charity; CommUNITY Little Hulton a CIO Registered in June 2019 Charity No 1183894
  • Engaging a firm of Architects to work with Board Members to develop a set of plans to take our ideas for Peel Park Pavilion through to planning permission
  • Through the Charity start to secure funding to sustain the work of Little Hulton Big Local into the future
  • Providing support to other organisations in Little Hulton to develop through our grants schemes, community hub, and partnership with UNLTD and through the work of our team of staff and volunteers
  • Supporting Youth Unity to grow and develop with more children attending our Tuesday session, encouraging young people to have a voice through focus groups and the delivery of Youth Unity in the park sessions during the summer holidays
  • Extending support available in Little Hulton for young people not in education, employment or training through our partnership work with Sale Sharks
  • Ensuring continued support for Little Hulton residents to access training and employment through our grants and one to one support
  • Being an inclusive organisation that aims to go above and beyond to make a difference in Little Hulton
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The Future

A million pounds is a huge amount of money but it won’t last forever and Little Hulton Big Local wants to create a legacy.

A physical legacy in the shape of a re-developed Peel Park Pavilion. We believe that by developing the Pavilion this will be a catalyst that will change the way people view and use the park which will in turn create a proud community asset.

Peel Park Pavillion

More importantly we also want to create a vehicle to ensure a resident led organisation continues grow and thrive in Little Hulton. We want local people to continue to have a voice so we can attract new money into Little Hulton to develop the priorities and aspirations Little Hulton Big Local identified through our continuous community consultation.

CommUNITY Little Hulton

Community Little Hulton

To achieve this, we have established a new Charity ‘Community Little Hulton’ which is membership CIO.

Community Little Hulton’s Mission is to inspire today’s youth and bring the community together to enhance everybody’s wellbeing.

Community Little Hulton brings together and builds upon the Community Hub and Youth Unity elements of Little Hulton Big Local and relocates them to a new location within Little Hulton, Peel Park Pavilion.

We are currently in advanced discussions with Salford City Council over a lease for the Pavilion which will be held by Community Little Hulton.

Registered Charity 1183894

Community Little Hulton is a new Charity that has been formed in Little Hulton by local residents.

The charity has been established to secure the future of our Youth Unity Youth Club and secure funding to redevelop our local park Peel Park.

Every week 100+ young people attend our Youth Unity Youth Club. We offer somewhere for the young people to meet their friends, try new activities and receive support from trusted adults.

In the last few months young people have completed an up cycling project, created a dance performance, learnt more about recycling and learnt how to produce healthy meals on a budget.

Our current fund raising target is an additional £10,000 to run the Youth Club till the end of March 2021.

Our Youth Club currently meets in Little Hulton Library but the building has no outdoor space which limits the activities we are able to offer our young people.

We want to create a new building on the park by extending the existing pavilion to create a community hub for both our young people and the boarder community.

We are currently drawing up detailed plans for the building and have secured funding to build a new BMX facility on the park and funding to create a natural play area.

In total we need secure between £400,000 to £500,000 to bring about our aspirations for the park for an extended pavilion, natural play area, growing area and BMX facility.

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Mosaic making

We have started with £200,000 from Little Big Local towards redeveloping the Peel Park and have secured another £50,000 to create the BMX track, £25,000 for a natural play area and we have launched Buy a Brick sponsorship fund and which so far has secured another £9,000 from local business and residents towards the project.

During the 2020 we will be working hard to secure the funding to create an amazing for ever home on Peel Park and ensure our youth club keeps going into the future.

We also want to build upon Little Hulton’s recent achievement of being awarded an Age-Friendly Achievement Award with Merit by the Mayor of Greater Manchester. We want to ensure the new Peel Park building is an intergenerational facility and we believe the new café of the park will be key to achieving this. For example, the Café will become the new home for our craft group and small shop which sells locally made crafts, including handmade cards

Age friendly certificate

We hope you can help us to make amazing things happen here in Little Hulton.

How can you help?

  • Join the Little Hulton Big Local Board
  • Become a Trustee of the Charity, we still need a few more people to do the work needed to make our dreams for Peel Park become a reality
  • Become a Member of the Charity, anyone who supports our ideas is welcome to become a member
  • Join our team of volunteers at the Hub or the Youth Club
  • Join our regular craft or arts group share your ideas and make new friends
  • Buy a Brick by contributing £10.00. You can have your name on a brick at the new building
  • Help by introducing us to local businesses who can sponsor the Building or our Youth Project or donate materials or labour to help build the new building

If you can help please contact Alison Jones by email at or by telephone on 0161 790 7072 or drop in the Community Hub 27- 29 Little Hulton District Centre M28 0BA.

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Find out about Little Hultong Big Local and Peel Park here...

Contact Little Hulton Big Local

0161 790 7072

Community Hub, 27-29 Hulton District Centre, Little Hulton, Salford, M28 0BA

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