Please note during the pandemic, some facilities may not be available.

Support Astbury Mere

The Park Needs £50,000 Each Year!

 

The park has over £50,000 running costs each year, Astbury Mere Trust relies on public donations to ensure the long term viability of the park, find out how you can help us! Every penny counts!

How You Can Support Astbury Mere

There are many ways to show your support!

Car Park Annual Pass
Car Park Annual Pass

For regular visitors to the park consider a annual park pass, for just £25.00! Find Out More.

Cash Donations
Cash Donations

Find donations boxes at the park entrance and the sailing club.

Simply Pay for Parking!
Simply Pay for Parking!

Every penny collected from the parking metres goes towards the upkeep of the park!

Co-op Local Community Fund
Co-op Local Community Fund

Make a difference while you shop! CO-OP members can nomiate a local community fund to support, for every pound you spend the CO-OP will donate 2p to your selected fund! Every penny really does help! Visit the CO-OP Local Fund Page.

Donate
Donate

You are able to make a one-off or regular donations through our via our PayPal page. We really do appreciate every penny!

PayPal Giving Fund
PayPal Giving Fund

PayPal makes it easy to find your cause and make donations.

If you donate to us through PayPal Giving Fund there will be no fees charged and we’ll receive 100% of your donations.

Become a sponsor

If you are a local business and would like to sponsor Astbury Mere, please get in touch. 

At the end of the day it’s not about what you have or even what you’ve accomplished… it’s about who you’ve lifted up, who you’ve made better. It’s about what you’ve given back.” ― Denzel Washington

Astbury Mere Trust is a Registered Charity, number 1007740, and relies on public donations to ensure the long term viability of Astbury Mere Country Park and improve its enjoyment by the local community and the many thousands of visitors every year.

The Trust is constantly looking at ways to improve the Park and Visitor Centre, for example repairing paths, renewing the woodland, providing seating, and making the Park accessible for all.

The Park is home to a wide variety of wildlife, and a haven for waterfowl. A path has been built around the lake that is wheelchair friendly, and is enjoyed by thousands of people all year round. Great views of the Cheshire Staffordshire borders, including Mow Cop, and Congleton Edge.

Get in Touch

Astbury Mere Trust is always looking to improve the park so please get in contact if you have any feedback, questions or ideas!

For events and organisations who use the park please contact the providers directly, contact details on the What's On Page.