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Next workday- litter pick-up
Sat 5 May 2018
10 - 12 noon
Please meet at the new container by Brook Lane bridge at 10am.
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The journey of the horse from Guilden Sutton to the pond area
Flowers and objects to see on the Millennium Greenway
UPDATED FLOWER SECTION
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
Newton primary school raised funds for the Millennium Greenway. Info and posters
Millennium Greenway volunteers in action
Follow us on twitter @ChesterGreenway
We are getting involved in a litter pick along the Green way with lots of other local groups on Saturday and are meeting at the container at 10am.
We do hope you are free to come along and enjoy this event and meet some of the other groups working locally to remove litter and keep the area looking lovely.
Please remember to bring your high-viz (If you have one), work gloves, suitable footwear and tools if you have them. We have a few tools thanks to Sustrans and are able to use those as well.
Also we are working with the University to improve the ecology of the Greenway and been successful is securing some funding for wildflower plugs. The big plant out will be Wednesday 9th May and we will be meeting at the University gate onto the Greenway at 12-12.15 to put the plugs in.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO COME ALONG AND WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THERE!
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