Ranger Kersal Dale clear up day Wed 10 Apr


Daytime Kersal Dale clear up day with the ranger Wed 10 Apr.


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Park Promotions deals: inc £10ish garden seed bundles for £2 – Hot bargains, deals & steals

A great deal arranged by Martin Lewis’ MoneySavingExpert website. Get £12 worth of seeds for £2. First come, first served! 🙂 http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/deals/bargains-deals-discounts/park-promotions?utm_source=MSE_Newsletter&utm_medium=Email&utm_term=12-Mar-13&utm_campaign=deals&utm_content=64

Exhibition Opening – Journey’s Narratives and Land-Marking 530pm 6 march @SMAG

Here’s details of an exhibition from Arts Dev SCL’s facebook page.  Looks interesting! Steve 🙂

Exhibition Opening – Journey’s Narratives and Land-Marking
Public Event ·
By Arts Development Scl

Wednesday, 6 March 2013, 17:30 -19:30

Salford Museum and Art Gallery Peel Park, The Crescent M5 4WU City of Salford

From 23rd February-19th May 2013, it’s well worth a visit to Salford Museum and Art Gallery to learn more about the amazing sculptures that lie along the trail and the community projects that have been going on in the Salford cluster.

The official opening of the exhibition will take place on Wednesday 6th March 5:30-7:30pm at Salford Museum and Art Gallery.

This exhibition showcases the artistic work produced at re-launch events for the trail, including photographs, films, geocaches, tree canvases, audio stories, performances and creative writing: all inspired by the trail and it’s sculptures.

Highlighted in the exhibition will be the Temporary Arts Programme. Last year, four Salford based artists and arts organisations were commissioned to create new art projects, performances, films and exhibitions which explore themes of ‘Journeys, Narratives and Land Marking.

Recycling boost for Salford

Better recycling for Salford. 🙂

News Manchester

Salford residents are being given more help to recycle to keep the city’s waste out of landfill.

The City Mayor agreed plans to approve investment to provide residents with better recycling facilities, including food waste caddies for their kitchens.

Better recycling could save the council up to £1 million per year, helping to protect other front line council services.

The new system will be rolled out in April 2013, initially to Irlam and Cadished, but eight weeks later across all of the city’s houses. Special arrangements for residents living in flats and apartments will be rolled out in September 2013.

Ahead of the scheme’s launch, traditional or terraced houses will be given either magenta-lidded bins or smaller food waste bins and food caddies with liners to recycle food waste and garden waste.

Food waste currently makes up almost a third of the average household bin, but much more can be…

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Guerrilla Podcasts Chats to Emma Smith of Garden Needs

Here’s a great Podcast about Olympic torch bearer, Emma Smith and the changing face of Social Adventures Garden Needs on the edge of Kersal Dale by Guerilla Podcasts.

Guerrilla Podcasts Chats to Olympic Torch Relay Runner Emma Smith – Guerrilla Podcasts.

Steve 🙂