We get involved in and support different networks and initiatives which help us to achieve our vision for improving the quality of people’s lives through managing high quality green spaces.
We are working with Buglife, on their B-Lines project, which is about creating a network of wildflowers stretching across the UK to link together wildlife sites and support important pollinators (which include bees, butterflies, moths, wasps, beetles and flies).
Working with Buglife and our partners, we are maintaining, creating and enhancing our green spaces, with wildflower meadows and other pollinator friendly habitats to help support these vital insects.
For further details, visit: www.buglife.org.uk/b-lines-hub
We are a partner in the City of Trees movement which aims to green Greater Manchester and plant 3 million trees – one for every man, woman and child in the City region, within a generation.
The charity aims to re-invigorate the landscape, not only by planting trees but transforming unloved, unused woodland into places loved and cared for by the community.
For further details visit www.cityoftrees.org.uk
We are a member of the Green Infrastructure Partnership (GIP), which is a network of over 700 people and organisations that support the creation, enhancement and promotion of green infrastructure (GI) in the UK to improve quality of life, health, ecologic al diversity, resilience to climate change and economic improvement.
For further details please visit: www.gip-uk.org
We are involved in the Charter for Trees, Woods and People, which is a project led by our member, the Woodland Trust and supported by more than 40 organisations to place trees at the centre of national decision making and ensure trees and woods, as vital green infrastructure are embedded into society.
For further details please visit: treecharter.uk
It is a privilege to work for an organisation that puts communities at the heart of its work. The knowledge that I am helping to provide a better environment, especially in areas where open green space is in short supply, is what motivates and inspires me.
Victoria Webbon, Estates Officer
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