Voting starts on 1st September for Love Old Trafford Upcycling Parties.
If you are fed up with #OTRevolting make sure you vote every time you shop at these Tesco stores:
- Tesco Metro, Stretford Mall, M32 9BD
- Tesco Extra, Chester Road, M32 0RW
- Tesco Express, Esso Chorlton, M21 9PT
- Tesco Express, Barley Moor Road Chorlton, M21 8AY
- Tesco Superstore, Hereford Street, Sale, M33 7XN
- Tesco Express, Green Lane, Sale, M33 5PP
- Tesco Express, Manor Avenue, Sale, M33 4XA
- Tesco Express, Norris Road, Sale, M33 2UN
You’ll be voting for …
Local residents to do something about fly tipping, find new homes for once cherished items and give a new lease of life to waste materials.
Each Upcycling Party will be an invitation-only event to make a clean start: A skip is placed on a side street and households sharing alleys are invited to bring along things they want to throwaway, swap or recycle. While at the same time recycling workshops give local residents the opportunity to create useable items for their home and garden from waste materials and using basic household tools.
We will let you know before Christmas how much Bags of Help funding we have won and we’ll start planning some upcycling parties – sign up now and you could have one on your street!
Come and make friends in Hullard Park on Saturday 18th March. We will be doing some gardening and general tidying up from 1-3pm
We would like to invite you to come to the next LOTS (Love Old Trafford) meeting to find out more about what we do, and to get involved. We are meeting on Tuesday 9th Feb in St. John’s Centre at our new time of 7.30pm. We plan to finish by 9.30pm.
You are welcome to come and find out about what we do and meet some of the people who are involved. We are all local residents and are involved in our spare time, giving whatever time we feel we can give. If you come to a meeting there is no expectation that you get involved in everything, or anything at all. People usually come with a passion for a particular issue – fly tipping in their alley; litter in the park; seeing an empty plot of land they think would make a good growing site. Others just come because they want to support others in their community in making a better place to live.
If you do have a burning issue that you want to bring to the group we ask you to email us prior to the meeting to let us know. As residents we know there is nothing more frustrating than having a problem to solve and not having the time to discuss it with others and find support.
Hope to see you at our next meeting.
Want to get involved in organising an open gardens event in Old Trafford in 2015?
Love Old Trafford is a local residents’ group for people who love where they live and want to make it even better! We are organising an Open Gardens event on Sunday 5th July 2015 to celebrate gardening achievements and to share ideas about growing.
We invite local residents and community groups to open their yards and gardens to visitors for one day. We have received generous funding from St John’s Sunshine to help get this project up and running and we’ll produce a leaflet with map to guide people around the area’s open gardens.
We need input from interested individuals and groups of gardeners to help make this event a success. If you have ideas on what an Old Trafford open gardens event should look like or if you know someone whose garden is a hidden gem and worth including, we’d love to hear from you.
If you’d like to help a little or a lot, please come along to the next Love Old Trafford meeting on Tuesday 9th December at 6:45pm. The venue is St John’s Centre, St John’s Road, Old Trafford, Manchester M16 7GX.
We are particularly interested to hear from anyone with expertise in event planning and digital or print marketing but any input at all will be warmly welcomed and appreciated!
We also look forward to learning about special Old Trafford gardens and gardeners that you know about who may wish to take part.
If you are unable to attend the meeting but interested to get involved please email us: email@example.com
The next Love Old Trafford meeting is on Thursday 6 November, 6.45pm, at St John’s Centre. Come along and find out about our work on Prestage Street and Ayres Road, and how you can get involved.
Thank you to everyone that turned out last week to plant some bee-friendly plants at Walter Street and Isabella Close. Thank you to Adactus Housing who provided the vouchers to purchase bee-friendly plants. Here are some photos.
The next Love Old Trafford meeting is on Thursday 3 July, 6.45pm, at St John’s Centre. Come along and see how you can get growing in Old Trafford. We hope to see you there.
The next meeting for Love Old Trafford is on Thursday 5 June, 6.45pm, at St John’s Centre. All welcome. Come along and see what we’re up to and how you can get involved. See you there!
On Saturday 31 May 2014 a small band of local residents took part in a Big Dig and planted some bee-friendly plants on a small piece of land at Prestage Street/Worthington Street, Old Trafford.
We wanted to see what local people thought of the planting, whether they wanted to see more planting, and whether they would like to get involved. The response from speaking to locals was very positive. Everyone said it looked really good and some said they would get involved next time.
We need people that live nearby to look after the plants. If you’re passing by and the plants look dry then put a bit of water on them. When they get a bit bigger you can pick some of the herbs and cook with them.
Thank you to Adactus Housing for providing vouchers for the Bee-Friendly plants. Thank you to the residents that provided some more plants and refreshments.
Come and join Love Old Trafford for a Big Dig at Prestage Street, Old Trafford on Saturday 31 May at 11am. Tools and plants will be provided.
Have your say on what you would like on the site. Tell your friends and neighbours.