Forest Events


                                    Photo: Sarah Griffiths


Volunteers Required!


Check back here for next clearing and tidying sessions! Many hands make light work - but it's fun too so please join us!
                             

Monthly Meetings
Everyone is welcome to join us at our bi-monthly Friends meetings, which are held at 7pm on the second Thursday.

If you'd like to attend please call Dot on 0161 795 9000 

Everyone welcome!

For dates of the next meetings click here to go to our diary page.

 











More Information:
For  any of these events please telephone Dot on: 
0161 795 0900
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Blackley Forest Fun Day
2016 

What a fantastic day we had - lots of people, great weather - fun fun fun!
Click here to see more photos!



Photo: Sarah Griffiths

Diary it now!
Our 2017 Fun Day will be on Saturday 3rd June 

Click HERE to see the Friends at Play with photos of our many family events!

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PARTNER EVENTS

Here are some events and activities run by other groups that you might find interesting!




Greater Manchester Local Record Centre Events


For more  details and a range of other activities from BioBlitz to garden parties, moth parties & more 
click here to visit the GM LRC website.


Treestation 

Treestation is a social enterprise in arboriculture, wood fuels and sawn timber. 

If you'd like to know more about wood-burning stoves, biomass boilers, coppice crafts and chainsaw carving, pop along to one of their open days at their site in West Gorton. 

More details here: Treestation.jpg
Or click here to visit their website.

Health Walks

The health walks take place on the
2nd Monday of eve
ry month.  
Meet at the Victoria Avenue entrance 
at 2 pm.



The walks, which are usually led by trained walk leaders, last for about one and a half hours, followed by refreshments at Glenbrook Chapel hall on Glenbrook Road. 

Some of the paths can be muddy or slippy so please wear appropriate footwear.

For dates of the next health walks click here to go to our diary page.

                                      Photo: Carolyn Chafer