‘FRIENDS & FEATHERS’ Half-Term Activities: Alexandra Park Wednesday 22nd February 2017

“One Green World is a new business in the North West developing, improving and conserving open green spaces. One Green World offers a comprehensive and extensive consultancy service and implements practical solutions and projects within public places, schools, gardens and private green spaces. They offer activities and training opportunities, woodwork and construction projects and open spaces conservation and improvement. They can also provide an end to end project management service, allowing your dream to become reality with seamless professionalism and continuity. Their website  http://www.onegreen.world/ will give a much wider flavour of what they can offer and link you to Facebook and Twitter too where there are lots of photos” 

One Green World have been commissioned to deliver a week of bird themed activity sessions and one of the parks they will be in is Alexander Park. Below are all the details of the sessions and the one in Alexander Park is on Wednesday 22nd February.

One Green World will be delivering 5 days of activities with a bird theme in 5 different parks during the February half term 2017. Timings are 10-12 and then 1-3 at each venue.

Venues are as follows:

Monday 20th February – Wythenshawe Park

Tuesday 21st February – Fletcher Moss Gardens

Wednesday 22nd February – Alexander Park 

Thursday 23rd February – Chorlton Park on Nell Lane

Friday 24th February – Ladybarn Park

The sessions will be run as on a drop-in basis and will include making rustic bird boxes and bird feeders out of up cycled materials. They will also offer information on bird species in the parks and the chance to undertake a small survey of the park. The bird boxes and feeders can be taken away by the participants if they promise to put them up in their gardens, otherwise, One Green World will install them in the park on the same day as part of the session. They will also have bird images and paper and pens for the younger participants to draw and colour in. They are also inviting the RSPB to attend as much as they can offer.

Please click onto the links below to see documents for more information.




Julie Boyd

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