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Millennium Greenway Friends All about us


Annual General Meeting


Sat 2 December 2017

10 - 12 noon


New Scene Youth Centre

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FAQS - click here

Photos by David Bretnall  Click here

New members welcome

A warm welcome awaits new members. There is never any obligation. Of course, there are not just volunteers working on the shared pathway, some work behind the scenes.  If you are interested in contributing to our web pages please email karen@millenniumgreenwayfriends.org.uk  for more details

 

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The journey of the horse from Guilden Sutton to the pond area

Things to see Click here

Flowers and objects to see on the Millennium Greenway
UPDATED FLOWER SECTION

A virtual stroll Click here

Take a virtual stroll through the history of the Millennium Greenway courtesy of Steve Howe from Handel’s Court Gallery and the Chester Walls website

The horse’s story Schools info

Newton primary school raised funds for the Millennium Greenway. Info and posters

Click here Visit Meadow Lea coffee shop at the end  of the Millennium Greenway Click here for info

Millennium Greenway volunteers in action

Follow us on twitter @ChesterGreenway

NEWS - November


November Volunteer Morning

Thank you to the 12 volunteers and Kenny who showed up last Saturday to cut back undergrowth and saplings behind Fairfield Road.  We also collected a dozen bags of rubbish and recyclables.

Brook Lane Bridge

This week contractors have planted native hedging and two dozen trees including pear, apple, quince, betula and oak on the site around the container at Brook Lane bridge.    The lovely scent in the air is Winter Heliotrope (Petasites fragrans ).  It is pink flower spikes and round leaves – it’s non native and taking over in places.



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Walking on the Greenway?

   — Wish you were cycling on it?


Cycling on the Greenway?

    —- Wish you were walking on it?


Visit Bren Bikes (part of the Bren project) at the pavillion, Newton playing fields, where you can buy a highly affordable reconditioned bike or donate your own!


The Bren project is a brilliant initiative to help ‘develop the social, emotional and economic well-being of people with learning disabilities and autism through personalised supported workplace opportunities in partnership with our local community’. Click here for info