This is what we’re up to this Sunday 10am-3pm taking a break for tea n coffee – there’s usually biscuits too!
Get out, get healthy, feel great this Sunday!
“We are keeping the paths open so cutting back encroaching vegetation, especially from the upper end of the site, and also do a bit of a clear up, maybe also some drainage work.” Gale, Ranger Team.
Come down and join us for a lively, friendly, day. Stay as long as you can. Everyone welcome.
Meeting as usual at Garden Needs – see map.
See you there!
Just a quick note to say that the meeting tomorrow 17th October has been rescheduled to the 21st Nov.
Hope to see you then.
Be good and see you soon.
30 October, 4 – 730pm!
Where: Garden Needs, 1 Radford Street, Salford, M7 4NT.
Details: Pumpkin carving, ghostly treasure hunt, hot soup, parkin – it’s all going on
Better recycling for Salford. 🙂
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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