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Submit a suggestion to the Bee Network parklets consultation

21 Jun 2019 - 11:48 by michelle.foster

Greater Manchester’s first Bee Network ‘parklet’ and ‘pocket park’ has launched on Bridgefield Street in Stockport. Dozens of parklets and pocket parks could be delivered throughout Greater Manchester as part of the Bee Network.

A parklet is a mini-park - usually the size of one or two car parking bays - that is typically installed on-street featuring seating, greenery and cycle parking. A pocket park is a small park-like space that enhances a variety of street types and can incorporate seating, planting, play and street gym equipment.

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Manchester Festival of Nature

29 June, 2019 - 16:00

On Saturday 29 June 2019 Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside Wildlife Trust are joining forces with a group of incredible nature organisations to celebrate Manchester's wonderful wildlife.

Manchester Festival of Nature (MFoN) is your chance to discover the plants and creatures living right on your doorstep in the big city. From fun-filled activities to fascinating talks and a very special theatrical performance, come along, get closer to nature and celebrate your local natural wonderland!

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IMMERSE

10 July, 2019 - 18:00 to 20:00

Join IMMERSE: Interactive, Memorable, Methods to Explore Research in Science as an for a FREE evening of Interactive Memorable Methods to Explore Researchand Science as an 'Experience'. IMMERSE yourself and discover the local, global and virtual through sight, sound, sensation, touch and taste. There will be an array of activities developed from different communities locally across Salford and Greater Manchester.

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Greenheys Residents Association – Gardening club Manchester Forest School

24 May 2019 - 10:47 by michelle.foster

Greenheys Residents Association are running a gardening club in Moss Side. It runs in Elizabeth Gaskell Square, just off Great Western Street, opposite Greenheys Adult Education Centre on Thursdays after school, 4pm-5pm for ages 5-15. Greenheys

Fees: £2.50 per child or £6 per household per club.  Pay in advance and get a discount £12/£30 for six

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Groundswell Manchester, Saturday 1 June 2019

2 May 2019 - 12:18 by michelle.foster

The clock is ticking. Less than 12 years – that's how long scientists say we have left to fix the climate. Heatwaves, floods, forest fires in the Arctic – the effects of climate change are happening and the window of opportunity to act is closing. Groundswell

Yet we have hope. The solutions to climate chaos are out there and by working together we can make them a reality.

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Great British Spring Clean and Great Big School Clean 22 March - 23 April 2019

22 Feb 2019 - 10:25 by michelle.foster

Keep Britain Tidy are calling on Litter Heroes across the country to help improve the environment on their doorstep. Keep Britain Today are aiming to inspire 500,000 people to join forces - in partnership with community organisations, businesses and the government - to collect and safely dispose of single-use plastic from our streets, parks and beaches, recycling as much as possible. Great British Spring Clean

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GM walking words

13 Feb 2019 - 14:14 by michelle.foster

The Greater Manchester (GM) Moving walking programme is working on some branding for the work that supports the notion that anyone can walk anytime, anywhere and ‘their way’. The aim is to help people recognise that they can and do walk, and that it is possible to do more as part of their everyday life. Along with a range of images, part of this is developing some alternative terms for walking that a range of people can relate to. GM Moving

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Pocket Parks Plus: supporting parks and public spaces where people can relax, exercise, socialise and play Grants Programme

14 Dec 2018 - 11:27 by michelle.foster

The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government is providing a £1 million fund to support the development of new pocket parks and to refurbish existing parks that have fallen into disrepair where their restoration could have a significant positive impact on the local community and address a specific local need. The Government is inviting applications from community groups interested establishing a new pocket park or refurbishing an existing park.

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