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Join us for another walk in the Green Belt, this time for a circular walk in Wigan, on Sunday 24th November. Free to attend but booking essential.

In fine autumnal weather 35 people of all ages gathered at Sale Water Park to walk stage two of the GM Ringway. The route took us through Chorlton Water Park, Kenworthy Woods and on to Didsbury – passing through significant areas of Green Belt land.

Wednesday, 11 September 2019 09:16

Chorlton Park litter pick - 12th September

Written by CPRE Lancashire

Volunteers, including 2nd Whalley Range Cubs and Friends of Chorlton Park collected 20 big bags of litter and over 90 plastic bottles at CPRE Lancashire's Green Clean in Chorlton Park on 12th September!

CPRE invites members of the public and representatives of local groups in the Liverpool City Region to a listening event on the morning of September 28th, to be held in Crosby. We want to hear your views about your local green spaces, parks, and Green Belt sites, to feed into the 'Toward a Green Future' conference, to be held on November 8th.

Join us on our Autumn Green Belt walk to experience the green spaces on your doorstep in South Manchester, and to find out more about the vital role that the Green Belt plays.

CPRE West Lancashire District Group is hosting an introductory workshop on Neighbourhood Planning on Wednesday 22nd May, 7.30pm, in Ormskirk. The evening is free to attend with a retiring collection towards costs, but booking is essential.

Friday, 03 May 2019 15:08

Greater Manchester Walking Festival 2019

Written by CPRE Lancashire

The month of May sees the Greater Manchester Walking Festival take place, offering 400 guided walks in various locations. The festival aims to showcase and publicise the great walking opportunities and groups there are in Greater Manchester and to encourage people to walk more and more often.

CPRE Lancashire's 2019 AGM took place at Mere Sands Wood Nature Reserve on May 23rd; thanks to all those members who attended and enjoyed  tea and cake, pond dipping, birdwatching or a walk in the woods!

CPRE’s public meeting, held in Manchester on March 26th, brought together, politicians, academics and members of the public to look for a consensus on how best to ensure that development is targeted on brownfield land where possible, as well as considering other ways to ensure best use of derelict land by greening if development is not appropriate.

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