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Our next volunteer morning:
Sat 17 June 2017 10-12pm
Meet at the Mannings Lane access point - more info below
FAQS - click here
New members welcome
A warm welcome awaits new members. There is never any obligation. Of course, there are not just volunteers working on the shared pathway, some work behind the scenes. If you are interested in contributing to our web pages please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details
The journey of the horse from Guilden Sutton to the pond area
Flowers and objects to see on the Millennium Greenway
UPDATED FLOWER SECTION
Take a virtual stroll through the history of the Millennium Greenway courtesy of Steve Howe from Handel’s Court Gallery and the Chester Walls website
Newton primary school raised funds for the Millennium Greenway. Info and posters
Millennium Greenway volunteers in action
Follow us on twitter @ChesterGreenway
NEWS - June
It is lovely to walk or cycle (slowly of course) along the Greenway at the moment and see June is bursting out all over. There are patches of wildflowers planted by the group in previous years doing really well – ragged robin, pink campion and ox eye daises and the natural buttercups are shining brightly through the green grass. I wonder if any of the cornflowers and poppies will come up later on?
I’m sure all will agree that the carved sculptures all look like new since they were scrubbed up by Roger, Eric and Phil with help from Ken at the last very wet volunteer morning in May – so thank you to you guys for that.
The next volunteer morning will be Saturday 17 June. Meet at Mannings Lane South access point at 10am as last time. We will be painting the heron with some preservative, cutting back and litter picking and possibly cleaning some of the picnic benches and seats. I hope you’ll be able to make it.
Walking on the Greenway?
— Wish you were cycling on it?
Cycling on the Greenway?
—- Wish you were walking on it?
Visit Bren Bikes (part of the Bren project) at the pavillion, Newton playing fields, where you can buy a highly affordable reconditioned bike or donate your own!
The Bren project is a brilliant initiative to help ‘develop the social, emotional and economic well-being of people with learning disabilities and autism through personalised supported workplace opportunities in partnership with our local community’. Click here for info