We have been busy booking lots of activities in parks in Manchester for February and March and would love to hear from anyone who wishes to volunteer. We have wild flower training and successful fruit hedge creation activities. We are continuing improving the stream bed area in Kirkup Gardens, Wythenshawe and working on the Broom Avenue entrance to Highfield Country Park in Levenshulme. We are engaging with University of Manchester Volunteering again as we love working with the students. We are bringing together youth groups and older generation members in a few events and thanks to Manchester Environmental Education Network, we are going to be part of a new Peace Grove and orchard in Moss Side Park. All this work is so exciting and of course, it improves the parks of Manchester for all the community to enjoy. Ian will also be at Alma Park Primary School in Levenshulme, working with pupils and parents to improve their woodland walkway. The school are very keen on Forest School activities and there are huge benefits to young people in outside classrooms. Look out for us in Moss Side at Easter too as we have a booking to run events in Moss Side Park at the end of March. Dates and information to follow. Overall, lots to keep One Green World busy.