Sadly St Dunstan's School plot on Bluestone Allotments in north Manchester was one of many broken into last night.
The thieves got away with brand new fencing (see picture below) that the group recently purchased and will be costly to replace.
The fencing cost £168 and is a real set back for the group.
If you can help in any way please contact St Dunstan's School on Bacup Street, Moston, M40 9HF or give the group a call on 07779400584.
26th June 2013
Kings House Conference Centre, Manchester
Some conferences exist in the policy here and now, the CLES Summit offers fresh, free and forward thinking.
Today we are in the midst of ongoing austerity and unprecedented economic, social and environmental change. Whilst some existing policy is useful, economic growth remains illusive and the welfare state and public services creak under the strain of growing demand. We desperately need new economic, social and environmental answers for the nation and for local places.
Permanent- £25 - £35k dependant on experience
Can you think and do?
Centre for Local Economic Strategies (CLES) is the UK’s leading independent charitable research and member organisation, with a focus on economic development, regeneration and place-making. We think and do – promoting action and implementing new progressive economic activities which create positive environmental, health and social outcomes. In all our work the relationship between place, economy and people is central.
This Sunday from 1pm – 4pm
• working on the eco garden – grass sofa, bramble cutting,
• repairing the broken panel in the wheelchair garden (hammer and nails job!)
• designing and painting information boards etc for Envirolution festival this year
• cleaning the greenhouse glass of mildew and sowing broad bean and pea seeds to get the summer going
Macc is looking for committed and caring people to get involved in shaping the future of our work to support and develop a thriving voluntary, community and faith sector in Manchester. Our role
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