In 2013, the school converted to Academy status. Academies have been springing up in ever greater numbers over the past few years across England. Academy schools are funded directly by the Department of Education rather than the local authority. This gives an academy more autonomy over and above the local authority when it comes to deciding how the school is run. Thus, 2013 was, like 2009, a significant landmark in the history of Alsager School.

The campus on Hassall Road has been earmarked for a total of 300 houses, office space and a retail development, including shops, restaurants and financial services. It was proposed that no more than 150 houses would be built before 2011, with the remaining 150 built between 2011 and 2014 however plans have since been delayed.

Join us for Halloween pumpkin lantern carving on Thursday 27th October at 2.30-3.30pm. Bring your own pumpkin. £2.00, or £5.00 for three children; booking essential as places are limited. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

In the neighbouring civil parish and village of Church Lawton are the Church Lawton Barrows, which form part of a significant Bronze Age site near the town.[5]

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Alsager hosts the annual Alsager Music Festival which takes place in Milton Gardens.[13]

Want to learn how to play chess? Come along for a lesson with the club on Wednesdays between 10.00am and 12.00 noon. Free, just drop in.

It also has a number of youth teams in the 'lads'n'dads' league. There is a thriving pool league. There is a swimming club. There is a leisure centre within Alsager, this is managed by Cheshire East Council.

The Year 12 Transition Evening took place on Tuesday 13th September. For copies of the handouts and information please use the download links below:

The town is home to Alsager Community Theatre (ACT),[10] an amateur drama group founded in 1973. ACT puts on its productions at Alsager Civic and at nearby Little Moreton Hall.

Please note that the Finance, Policy and Governance Committee taking place on the 23rd August 2016 has now been rescheduled to Tuesday 27th September at the Institute commencing at the usual time of 7.15pm.…

In 2007 Alsager was awarded Fairtrade Town status by the Fairtrade Foundation.

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Join us on Tuesday 18th October at 4.00pm for Monstro Theatre's Book Story. Tickets £5.00.

There is a charge for these classes. Please contact the library to check the details.

To report an absence please use the email link below:

Large free public car-park behind the Library, signposted from Sandbach Road North.

Six primary schools feed into Alsager School: Alsager Highfields, Cranberry Primary School, Excalibur Primary School, Pikemere School, Rode Heath School and St Gabriel's R.C. Primary School.

Classes take place in the library on Thursdays. Please contact us for dates, times and availability. There is a charge for these classes.

Alsager is home to AFC Alsager, Alsager Town F.C., Alsager Bank Corner FC, Alsager Cricket Club, the Alsager Golf and Country Club, the Alsager Institute Bowling Club, the Alsager Company of Archers, Triton Hockey Club and Alsager Lawn Tennis Club.

Alsager School in Cheshire was previously known as Alsager Comprehensive. It is a co-educational school for around 1, 500 pupils. There are around 150 staff members on average at the school. In addition, there is a companion sixth form, known as Alsager Sixth Form College, which is attended by many pupils from Alsager School.

This site was constructed as a community interest project by Alan Hargreaves, who is a professional website designer and photographer.

Information to plan your onward journey is available in a printable format here

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The group meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 2.00pm - 4.00pm for a variety of activities, talks and workshops. Next meeting is on Tuesday 4th October.

There is an information board in the library with details of contacts and activities.

Come and find out more about this local group on Saturday 24th September between 10.00am and 12.00 noon.

Alsager was recorded as 'Eleacier' in the Domesday Book, and was a small farming village until the 19th century when, due to its rail connections and rural character, it became a home of choice for pottery works managers from the nearby Federation of Six Towns which later became the city of Stoke-on-Trent.[6]


There is a strong tradition of allotment holding in the town, administered by the Alsager Gardens Association.[19]

To download the presentations for the September transition evenings please use the links below:        

Route planning around the station including maps and platforms

Pop into our coffee morning on Wednesday 28th September between 10.00am and 12.00 noon and find out how the Red Cross can help you at home.

Alsager Library Sandbach Road North Alsager Cheshire ST7 2QH (Location Map) Phone: 01270 375325

There is a BAE Systems Global Combat Systems factory in the nearby village of Radway Green, producing small arms ammunition for the British armed forces.

Alsager previously had three Methodist churches at Hassall Road (Wesleyan), Wesley Place (Wesleyan), and Crewe Road (Primitive Methodist). By December 2009 two Methodist churches remained, but today there is just one.[9]

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Formerly housed on Manchester Metropolitan University's Alsager campus, Alsager Arts Centre had a public programme of touring new performance and visual art work presented in two intensive seasons – September to November and January to March. The centre has now moved to the university's Crewe campus, as its Alsager site has closed.[11]

Pop into our coffee morning between 10.00am and 12.00 noon on Wednesday 12th October and meet representatives from Alsager Community Support Centre.

Congratulations to our most recent ‘Subject Stars’. Well done!