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Fancy Getting Grubby after Valentines Day? Then get stuck in to some tree planting! PDF Print E-mail

Wednesday 13 February 2013

If you want some good mucky fun whilst doing your bit for the environment then come down to and Join in on one of these Family Friendly Tree Planting Events.

Fog Lane Park Didsbury on Saturday 23rd February between 10.30am and 2.00pm

Red Rose Forest and Manchester City Council will be holding a community tree planting event. 450 trees will be planted to create a new mini woodland that will have long lasting benefits for the park users and help to encourage more wildlife into the park. A mixture of species including oak, rowan, hawthorn, hazel, birch, crab apple and blackthorn will be planted. All you need to do is wrap up warm and wear some sturdy footwear, spades and gloves will be provided.

Heaton Park Saturday 9th March 10:30 - 3pm

Join us at the start of National Climate in planting one of Manchester new Jubilee Woods at Heaton park. Over 2000 trees will be planted to help restore the original Victorian vision and create a new linked woodland to a Site of Biological Importance. 10 -3 signposted form the St margarets Road Car park. The planting Location is at the back of the reservoir near the telecom tower and will be signposted from the park offices courtyard.

All you need to do is wrap up warm, bring a sandwich and wear some sturdy footwear, spades and gloves will be provided.

 
New peregrine news for 2013! PDF Print E-mail

Tuesday 29 January 2013

The Manchester Peregrine Project returns once again for another exciting year.

Read all about it here!

 
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