Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'nature'.
Some good news for the Three Sisters nature reserve in Ellesmere park today as Salford Councils planning panel unanimously signed off on Tree Protection Order which will allow the council to now monitor for any future proposals for work to be carried out on the trees so that they can ensure that they are given fill consideration. In October 2020, United Utlilited sparked outrage in the surrounding community and among nature lovers after proposing to place a storm tank on an area of land on the site. This was turned down by the planning panel after objections were made by local people
Swinton Civic Centre was lit up in green to mark this years World Wildlife Day this evening. Earlier today Salford's Wild Life Champion, Councillor Lewis Nelson, made a plea to the public to get more involved in helping our local flora and fauna flourish in the City. Meanwhile an army of some of Salford's finest photographers got out into nature alongside their amateur counterparts to snap some glorious photos from within the City. Glen Bradbury took a trip to Salford's new Wetlands in Kersal and managed to take these snaps of some of the feathered visitors to the
Wheelchair users and pushchair pushers will be able to get closer to nature thanks to improvements to an Eccles nature reserve. The work at Three Sisters, off Rutland Road, Ellesmere Park, will also improve the home of the creatures which live on site, is being funded by Salford City Council through Section 106 funding which is paid by developers to mitigate the impact of housebuilding. The work will replace an old jetty over the ponds with a more accessible bankside jetty and pond dipping platform and replace two damaged boardwalks with gravel footpaths which will be more ‘wheel’ fr