Thousands of residents from nearly 150 groups gathered across Manchester over the weekend to hold a series of spring cleans and make their neighbourhoods more attractive places.
A series of innovative floating islands are taking shape in a Manchester lake as part of plans to clean up the city’s green spaces, paid for by an airport windfall.
Plans have been announced setting out how Manchester City Council will reduce its carbon emissions and contribute to citywide climate change action over the next three years.
People who drop rubbish in Manchester can expect to receive a fine – with a special team of litter busters about to hit the city centre.
Manchester City Council welcomes plans to clean up former landfill sites which have lain derelict for decades and transform them into usable land that will benefit residents.
New Clean and Green Places fund to be spent on a better managed environment for the city.
A woman has been ordered to pay £560 after being caught dumping litter on a street in Gorton.