Wednesday 13th March, 2019
FRIENDS OF ROE GREEN RECENTLY POSTED LEAFLETS TO YOU REGARDING SALFORD’S PLANS FOR THE WEST SALFORD GREEN WAY,RUNNING FROM ROE GREEN THROUGH TO MONTON.
THE PURPOSE OF THE LETTER IS TO ASK YOU TO SUPPORT THE PROPOSALS TO DESIGNATE INDIVIDUAL FIELDS AS LOCAL GREEN SPACES,
TO DO THIS A DRAFT LETTER IS SHOWN ON THE REVERSE SIDE OF THE LEAFLET.
THIS CAN BE SENT IN BY POST OR BY EMAIL,HOWEVER THE EMAIL ADDRESS WAS NOT CLEAR SO WE ARE CONFIRMING THE CORRECT ADDRESS TO YOU HERE
we hope you help in protecting our green spaces
many thanks Friends of Roe Green
Thursday 28th February, 2019
OUR LIST OF AFTERNOON EVENTS HAS BEEN UPDATED
SPEAKERS FOR MAY, JUNE AND JULY HAVE NOW BEEN ADDED
Thursday 7th February, 2019
SALFORD HAVE PUBLISHED A NEW PLAN FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE LAND IN THE CITY FOR THE USE OF HOUSING,OFFICES AND INDUSTRY AND THE MAIN AREAS IN WHICH THIS WILL FOCUS. IT WILL ALSO SHOW THOSE AREAS TO BE PROTECTED( GREEN BELT).
THIS IS BEING DONE UNDER THE UMBRELLA OF GREATER MANCHESTER SPATIAL FRAMEWORK (GMSF) AND SOME OF THE MAJOR DECISIONS REGARDING SALFORD FUTURE DEVELOPMENT WILL BE TAKEN THROUGH THE GMSF
THE IMPORTANCE OF THIS IS THAT DECISIONS ABOUT THE GREEN BELT BOUNDARIES IN SALFORD WILL BE MADE THROUGH THE GMSF AND NOT THROUGH THE SALFORD LOCAL PLANS.
THE REVISED GMSF DRAFT PROPOSES THE FOLLOWING SITES IN SALFORD BE DESIGNATEDD AS GREEN BELT AND DEVELOPMENT .
GM ALLOCATION 30 HAZELHURST FARM (400 DWELLINGS)
GM ALLOCATION 31 EAST OF BOOTHSTOWN (300 DWELLINGS)
GM ALLOCATION 32 NORTH OF IRLAM STATION (1600 DWELLINGS)
GM ALLOCATION 33 EXTENSION OF PORT SALFORD (320,000m EMPLOYMENT FLOORSPACE)
THESE ARE VERY IMPORTANT DECISIONS THAT ARE BEING MADE ABOUT OUR CITY AND IT NEEDS TO BE MADE AWARE TO ALL.
THE FULL DRAFT OF THE REVISED PLANS CAN BE VIEWED AT WWW.SALFORD.GOV.UK/REVISEDDRAFTLOCALPLAN
TO MAKE A COMMENT ON THE REVISED PLAN CONTACT BY
EMAIL TO PLANS.CONSULTATION@SALFORD.GOV.UK
BY POST TO REVISED DRAFT LOCAL PLAN CONSULTAION.SPATIAL PLANNING.SALFORD CITY COUNCIL .SALFORD CIVIC CENTRE.CHORLEY ROAD.SWINTON.M275BY
ALL COMMENTS TO RECEIVED BY 4,30PM ON FRIDAY 22 MARCH 2019
Tuesday 18th December, 2018
OUR WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS ENTERTAINMENTS FOR 2018 WERE CONCLUDED WITH TUNEFUL MELODIES BY THE ECCLES COMMUNITY CHOIR IN ROE GREEN CHURCH.EVERYBODY THEN MOVED INTO THE CHURCH HALL FOR TEA AND MINCE PIES.
IN SPITE OF THE VERY WET AFTERNOON WE HAD A GOOD ATTENDANCE.
LOOKING FORWARD TO 2019 WE HAVE A GOOD PORTION OF THE MONTHS BOOKED AS DETAILED BELOW
WEDNESDAY 16TH JANUARY 16TH. BRIAN GREEN. “ANDREW AND HIS AMAZING TECHNICOLOR”
WEDNESDAY 20TH FEBRUARY .MALCOLM TRANTER,”ASPECTS OF CHINA”
WEDNESDAY 20TH MARCH.DR DAVID WINSTON. “EDITH CAVELL”
WEDNESDAY 17TH APRIL. RICHARD SIVILL. “AUNTY E’S GUIDE FOR LIFE.
WEDNESDAY 15TH MAY. Frank Rhodes & Brian Selby. THE HISTORY OF BELLE VUE
WEDNESDAY 19TH JUNE. DR David Allen .LONDON IT’S LIVERY AND IT;S FREEMEN
WEDNESDAY 24TH JULY. Mike Dewor. SEARCH AND RESCUE DOGS
WEDNESDAY 21ST AUGUST. OUR AFTERNOON TEA AND CHATS.
WEDNESDAY 18 TH SEPTEMBER. DAVID AUSTIN. BUILDING OF MONTON LIGHTHOUSE.
WEDNESDAY 16TH OCTOBER .JUDITH ATKINSON.THE UNDERGROUND CANALS OF WORSLEY.
WEDNESAY 20TH NOVEMBER.TO BE ARRANGED.
WEDNESDAY ? DECEMBER CHRISTMAS CAROLS WITH THE ECCLES CHOIR .TEA AND MINCE PIS.
THE LIST WILL BE UPDATED AS THE TO BE ARRANGED DATES ARE BOOKED
Thursday 6th September, 2018
WORSLEY WOODS ACTION GROUP ARE REPEATING THIER OPEN DAY AT BEESLEY GREEN COMMUNITY CENTRE ON
SATURDAY 6TH OCTOBER 2.OO -4.OOPM.
THERE WILL PLENTY OF EVENTS TO ENTERTAIN EVERYBODY
MAKE HAZEL FLOWERS WITH “GREEWOOD TWIGG WOODLAND CRAFTS.”
JOIN PROFESSOR JIGGETT FOR FAMILY FRIENDLY FUN AS HE LEADS A WALK THAT EXPLORES THE FOLKLORE AND MYTHOLOGY SURROUNDING OUR NATIVE TREES AND GIVE TIPS ON EASY WAYS TO IDENTIFY THEM.MEET AT 2.30PM.
DEN BUILDING IN THE WOODS £2- MEET AT 2PM BEESLEY GREEN.
FREE FIRST AID TRAINING .
LEARN ABOUT JOSEPH EVANS FROM BOOTHSTOWN–MEDICAL HERBALIST.
LAUNCH OF NEW WIDLIFE TRAIL– FREE LEAFLETS.
OFFICIAL OPENING OF REFURBISHED FOOTPATH TO ST MARKS SCHOOL.
ALSO,REFRESHMENTS,TOMBOLA AND CHILDREN’S RAFFLE.
ALL WELCOME,COME ALONG AND ENJOY THE FUN
Thursday 5th July, 2018
OUR LIST OF SPEAKERS HAS NOW BEEN COMPLETED .
September,November and December are complete with a speaker or other activity see below.
Wednesday 28th February, 2018
OUR ST GEORGES NIGHT CELEBRATION IS TO TAKE PLACE ON THURSDAY 19th APRIL AT ROE GREEN CRICKET CLUB .
PROCEEDING WILL START AT 7.30pm .ENTERTAINMENT BEING PROVIDED BY THE TRIO CALLED THE FLAT CAP THREE WHO WERE SO GOOD LAST YEAR.
A SUPPER IS PROVIDED AND ALL THIS FOR ONLY £10 PER HEAD.
THERE ARE LIMITED PLACES FOR THIS EVENT SO IT’S ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS
FOR BOOKINGS CONTACT PAULINE OGDEN ON 0161 790 31
Wednesday 28th February, 2018
In January we had an interesting talk by David Roughly on the history of the local joinery firm Gerrards of Swinton.
With all the historic information he has Mr Roughly would like to gather more photographs and memorabilia on the firm for a future book.
If any body can help Mr Roughly please contact him on 0161 799 2575
Thursday 8th February, 2018
BROADOAK NORTH and SOUTH.
Peel holding on appeal has forced the Secretary of State to rerun the public inquiry regarding their planning application to build on the land north and south of Worsley road .That is the land from Bridgewater School all the way to Monton.
The public inquiry starts on the 20th February and runs until the 28th March.It is being held in the Novotel Worsley Tueday to Friday each week at 9.30am.
Please put these dates in your diaries ae we need as many people as possible to attend.If you wish to speak at the meetings dates and times will be set aside for these activities
RAID are acting as formal objectors and putting forward witnesses and cross examining Peels experts.
WE MUST KEEP FIGHTING.RAID WON LAST TIME AND WE CAN WIN THIS TIME BUT NEED EVERY BODIES HELP AND SUPPORT
Friday 2nd February, 2018
There is to be an interesting talk about the Stained Glass windows in the Church.
The Stained Glass windows have quite a history,some of which where by Augustus Pugin,assisted by Sir Charles Barry,
The talk will be given by Christopher Parkinson of the CVMA a specialist stained glass research organisation based at the University of York.
The talk is free with refreshments at the interval
The talk is on Friday 23rd March at 7.30 pm. Just roll up and enjoy