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Local Interest Groups

Baguley Community Food Growing Project

Behind McDonalds Altrincham Road Baguley M23 9AA 0161 872 1660 Developed by Red Rose Forest - an environmental charity - in partnership with McDonalds, the project has managed the site of the former pub, the Royal Oaks bowling green, which has lain derilict for years.  Red Rose secured European funding and McDonalds lease the land free of charge. Teams of local residents are now in place, taking responsibility for the site and producing their own food.

Friends of Baguley Hall

“Our marvellous old hall needs a like minded group of people to look after it. For 700 years it has looked out on us, it has been a stately manor house, a dowry gift from Tatton’s to Leighs, and a farm house for the subsistence farmers of North East Cheshire. It has been the centre for the ancient township of Baguley and seen the birth of Barry Parker’s design for the Garden City of Wythenshawe in the early 1930s and the development of a world class International Airport just a stone’s throw away.” Visit the website for more information regarding the aims of the dedicated people involved with Friends of Baguley Hall.

Friends of Milky Button Park

A team of residents who aim to improve this local park & play area on Greenbrow Road, Newall Green. The group work towards raising funds that will be used to install new play equipment and also coordinate regular clean-ups in the park. More members are very welcome. Address: c/o 43 Wastdale Road, Newall Green, Wythenshawe, M23 2RU 07721 717139 Email:- williamsmelanie80@yahoo.co.uk

Friends of Wythenshawe Hall

“Wythenshawe Hall was built around 1540 by Robert Tatton of Chester. The enthusiastic volunteers who formed the  Friends of  Wythenshawe Hall group hold monthly open  days and other events on a regular  basis. Why not come and visit and see for yourself why we are so passionate about our local heritage. Plus we are always looking for new members!” 0161 713 3216 E-Mail:- Friends@wythenshawehall.com

New Baguley Tenants & Residents Association

The association meets monthly to discuss local issues affecting Baguley.  Representatives of GMP Wythenshawe and WCHG, regularly attend meetings. The group also organise events aimed at improving the area. 82 Heybrook Road Baguley Manchester M23 1PS 0161 286 0379 E-Mail:- glenkamara@hotmail.co.uk

Northenden Allotment & Garden Society

A community allotment group producing an extensive range of fruit, vegetables and plants. Ford Lane Northenden Manchester M22 07884 011112 E-Mail:- nagschairman@outlook.com

Northern Moor Gardening Society

Stortford Drive Wythenshawe M23 0FX 07505 913185 E-Mail:- nmoor.allotments@yahoo.co.uk A friendly gardening society who manage Yew Tree Allotments in Northern Moor. With an onsite shop that opens on Sunday mornings between 10 and 12 selling all your gardening needs but at a much cheaper rate than most shops. Membership fees only £3/year.

Northern Moor Tenants & Residents

Association

c/o Fred Bates 56 Carloon Road Northern Moor Manchester, M23 0PE 07891 16730 E-Mail:- fredbates60@hotmail.co.uk Meeting monthly concerning issues affecting Northern Moor.

Peel Hall Moatwatch

A group of Wythenshawe residents who meet and are working to maintain the original moat, childrens playground and other surroundings of Peel Hall park. You can keep up with the groups activities on Twitter.

Volunteer Centre Manchetser

Swan Buildings 20 Swan Street Ancoats Manchester M4 5JW 0161 830 4770 E-Mail:- barkery@macc.org.uk Volunteer Centre Manchester provides information, support and training to Manchester residents who want to volunteer. They also support Manchester based organisations who want to recruit volunteers, need help and advice to develop new roles, introduce/update policies and procedures or have a training need.

Woodhouse Park Allotment Society

Maismore Road Woodhouse Park Wythenshawe, M22 5A E-Mail:- whpallotments13@aim.com An allotment society for growing your own food.  The site has running water, toilets and a shop.

Northenden Civic Society

A non-partisan amenity society concerned with the quality of present day Northenden. The Society keeps a watchful eye on all environmental matters, talking to the appropriate public bodies, private companies and individuals to ensure that new developments will be of benefit to the village as a whole. The Society is concerned too, about the provision of good post office, police, health and transport services, for example. These are all specialist areas of course, but the Society, as a responsible group of interested residents, attempts to make informed and considered representations on behalf of its members. 0161 998 3093 E-Mail:- carolynmacdonald@hotmail.co.uk

Brooklands Homewatch

The Home Watch scheme in place has four main objectives: To Prevent Crime by improving security, increasing vigilance and protecting the most vulnerable members of the community by encouraging a caring community spirit. To help with the detection of criminals by promoting effective communication. To reduce the undue fear of crime by providing accurate information about risks, supporting victims, promoting a sense of security and a caring community. To improve Police – Community relations and liaison by fostering regular contact. 0161 660 2724

Wythenshawe Parks Watch Association

Wythenshawe Hall Wythenshawe Park Wythenshawe Road Manchester M23 0AB E-Mail:- WythenshawePWA@gmail.com Meeting  on the third Tuesday of every month in Wythenshawe Hall. The Wythenshawe Parks Watch Association is a group who’s objectives are maintaining and protecting park facilities across Wythenshawe. The group actively seeks funds for park improvements and develops plans for activities in the parks.

Wythenshawe Together

Concerned with organising and raising funds for events across Wythenshawe, Wythenshawe Together is well known for delivering the Wythenshawe Games.  The Games take place annualy in Wythenshawe Park. 07950 879465 E-Mail:- ericsmith5892@hotmail.com
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Local Interest Groups

Baguley Community Food Growing Project

Behind McDonalds Altrincham Road Baguley M23 9AA 0161 872 1660 Developed by Red Rose Forest - an environmental charity - in partnership with McDonalds, the project has managed the site of the former pub, the Royal Oaks bowling green, which has lain derilict for years.  Red Rose secured European funding and McDonalds lease the land free of charge. Teams of local residents are now in place, taking responsibility for the site and producing their own food.

Friends of Baguley Hall

“Our marvellous old hall needs a like minded group of people to look after it. For 700 years it has looked out on us, it has been a stately manor house, a dowry gift from Tatton’s to Leighs, and a farm house for the subsistence farmers of North East Cheshire. It has been the centre for the ancient township of Baguley and seen the birth of Barry Parker’s design for the Garden City of Wythenshawe in the early 1930s and the development of a world class International Airport just a stone’s throw away.” Visit the website for more information regarding the aims of the dedicated people involved with Friends of Baguley Hall.

Brooklands Homewatch

The Home Watch scheme in place has four main objectives: To Prevent Crime by improving security, increasing vigilance and protecting the most vulnerable members of the community by encouraging a caring community spirit. To help with the detection of criminals by promoting effective communication. To reduce the undue fear of crime by providing accurate information about risks, supporting victims, promoting a sense of security and a caring community. To improve Police – Community relations and liaison by fostering regular contact. 0161 660 2724

Friends of Milky Button Park

A team of residents who aim to improve this local park & play area on Greenbrow Road, Newall Green. The group work towards raising funds that will be used to install new play equipment and also coordinate regular clean- ups in the park. More members are very welcome. Address: c/o 43 Wastdale Road, Newall Green, Wythenshawe, M23 2RU 07721 717139 Email:- williamsmelanie80@yahoo.co.uk

Friends of Wythenshawe Hall

“Wythenshawe Hall was built around 1540 by Robert Tatton of Chester. The enthusiastic volunteers who formed the  Friends of  Wythenshawe Hall group hold monthly open  days and other events on a regular  basis. Why not come and visit and see for yourself why we are so passionate about our local heritage. Plus we are always looking for new members!” 0161 713 3216 E-Mail:- Friends@wythenshawehall.com

New Baguley Tenants & Residents Association

The association meets monthly to discuss local issues affecting Baguley.  Representatives of GMP Wythenshawe and WCHG, regularly attend meetings. The group also organise events aimed at improving the area. 82 Heybrook Road Baguley Manchester M23 1PS 0161 286 0379 E-Mail:- glenkamara@hotmail.co.uk

Northenden Allotment & Garden Society

A community allotment group producing an extensive range of fruit, vegetables and plants. Ford Lane Northenden Manchester M22 07884 011112 E-Mail:- nagschairman@outlook.com

Northenden Civic Society

A non-partisan amenity society concerned with the quality of present day Northenden. The Society keeps a watchful eye on all environmental matters, talking to the appropriate public bodies, private companies and individuals to ensure that new developments will be of benefit to the village as a whole. The Society is concerned too, about the provision of good post office, police, health and transport services, for example. These are all specialist areas of course, but the Society, as a responsible group of interested residents, attempts to make informed and considered representations on behalf of its members. 0161 998 3093 E-Mail:- carolynmacdonald@hotmail.co.uk

Northern Moor Gardening Society

Stortford Drive Wythenshawe M23 0FX 07505 913185 E-Mail:- nmoor.allotments@yahoo.co.uk A friendly gardening society who manage Yew Tree Allotments in Northern Moor. With an onsite shop that opens on Sunday mornings between 10 and 12 selling all your gardening needs but at a much cheaper rate than most shops. Membership fees only £3/year.

Northern Moor Tenants & Residents

Association

c/o Fred Bates 56 Carloon Road Northern Moor Manchester, M23 0PE 07891 16730 E-Mail:- fredbates60@hotmail.co.uk Meeting monthly concerning issues affecting Northern Moor.

Peel Hall Moatwatch

A group of Wythenshawe residents who meet and are working to maintain the original moat, childrens playground and other surroundings of Peel Hall park. You can keep up with the groups activities on Twitter.

Volunteer Centre Manchetser

Swan Buildings 20 Swan Street Ancoats Manchester M4 5JW 0161 830 4770 E-Mail:- barkery@macc.org.uk Volunteer Centre Manchester provides information, support and training to Manchester residents who want to volunteer. They also support Manchester based organisations who want to recruit volunteers, need help and advice to develop new roles, introduce/update policies and procedures or have a training need.

Woodhouse Park Allotment Society

Maismore Road Woodhouse Park Wythenshawe, M22 5A E-Mail:- whpallotments13@aim.com An allotment society for growing your own food.  The site has running water, toilets and a shop.

Wythenshawe Parks Watch Association

Wythenshawe Hall Wythenshawe Park Wythenshawe Road Manchester M23 0AB E-Mail:- WythenshawePWA@gmail.com Meeting  on the third Tuesday of every month in Wythenshawe Hall. The Wythenshawe Parks Watch Association is a group who’s objectives are maintaining and protecting park facilities across Wythenshawe. The group actively seeks funds for park improvements and develops plans for activities in the parks.

Wythenshawe Together

Concerned with organising and raising funds for events across Wythenshawe, Wythenshawe Together is well known for delivering the Wythenshawe Games.  The Games take place annualy in Wythenshawe Park. 07950 879465 E-Mail:- ericsmith5892@hotmail.com
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