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Getting the community involved in the plans for our area!
The future of Carrington Moss is in YOUR hands
We host a public meeting once a month on 28th (to coincide with our 200 Club draw). We use these meetings to share our proposals and hear your suggestions, we sometimes invite external speakers to join us too, so look out for the information in our newsletters. The details of our next meeting are below. Click on the link underneath the graphic to join the meeting.
Our next public meeting is on 28th October (6pm start) and we will be discussing the carbon implications of the New Carrington Masterplan, with insights and calculations from Mark Burton (Scholar/Activist, from Steady State Manchester).
Like many of us, Mark has been trying to gather information about the carbon implications of the planned changes of land use across Greater Manchester. Neither the Local Authorities nor the GMCA have this information, despite already making decisions about the future of the area. This means they do not understand how harmful the planned changes will be for us, our children/grandchildren or for future generations of Mancunians. We are aiming to understand the implications as fully as possible, so we can challenge the decisions being made.
. Please do join us – click on the link below.
Many people have used various types of virtual meeting over the past few months but if you feel you need help to get connected for our meetings, don’t hesitate to let us know.
We also hope you will be able to join us at this year’s Halloween event, our Spooky Tale Trail.
We are working with the Friends of Coppice Library and Breathchamps to bring you this alternative to trick or treating.
We are looking for volunteers to help at the event and of course dressing up is an option for those who want to.
The event is particularly focused on children, so our spooky tales will be suitable for young audiences.
Come along and join us and if you are able to help at the event, please email us – or click on the Contact Us form.
Join us on 6th November for a Community Walk on the Moss. More details to follow.
Record your wildlife sightings on Carrington Moss
Many of you are using Carrington Moss as part of your daily exercise routine and whilst you are out an about, you are highly likely to see lots of birds, insects, other wildlife and plants in this rich, nature-filled environment.
We’d like as many of you as possible to record your sightings to help confirm just how important the area is to endangered and at-risk species.