Friends of Chorlton Meadows thinks that this is a very exciting development and that the group should be involved as much as possible.
Initially Steve Atkins, of GMLRC, will run a taster session on Chorlton Ees - details below:
Wildlife taster session – Sat 2nd June 10.30 to 12.30 at Chorlton Ees. This will be an introduction to the From Grey to Green project, explaining why it is important to record flora and fauna. There will be a walk around the local area demonstrating how the course will teach people to identify and record wildlife. The aim is to explain to people how they can contribute to protecting sites and conserving species through recording and to encourage people to sign up for future courses.
The meeting place will be Chorlton Ees car park which is at the end of the cobbled road off Brookburn Road, Chorlton (the entrance to the cobbled road is between Brookburn Road Primary School and Chorlton Brook).
If you want to know more about the 'From Grey to Green' project, please contact Steve; his e-mail is: email@example.com.