Parks across Manchester will benefit from a makeover over the next few months thanks to cash provided by an airport windfall.
As the summer holiday approaches for thousands of school children from across Greater Manchester, look no further than Heaton Park for the ideal family day out.
A new boat which will help disabled children and young people learn to sail was launched by the Lord Mayor of Manchester on Saturday at Debdale Outdoor Centre.
Flowers have been planted in Piccadilly Gardens as part of a plan to plant one million bulbs across the city.
Manchester’s flagship park – along with the iconic Heaton Hall – has received major improvement works that will help maintain one of the city’s best loved green spaces.
Greater Manchester’s ambition to become a top worldwide digital city region has taken a major step forward with the rollout of free wifi to trams, over 200 buildings and improved on-street coverage.
A new garden has been created in Debdale Park in Gorton aimed at reflecting the industrial heritage of the area.
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.
People of all ages enjoyed a celebration of nature’s home as the RSPB and Manchester City Council invited everyone to discover the wildlife of the Mersey Valley.
Areas of Manchester are to be transformed into wildlife havens or vibrant centres under new projects funded by an airport windfall.
A new working partnership has been created to develop a sustainable future for Manchester’s ‘green jewel in the crown’.
A brand new mountain bike skills area will be officially opened by Councillor Jim Battle, deputy leader of Manchester City Council, in Philips Park, Clayton, on Sunday 14 April 2013.
Manchester's Heaton Park has been awarded official country park status.