Manchester haven

Here’s a complaint about Manchester city centre. There just aren’t enough decent green spaces – lungs for the metropolis.

But if you board a tram south to East Didsbury and take a leisurely stroll of around 15 minutes, you will find Fletcher Moss Park.

On a July visit when the weather had turned more unsettled, I was enthralled by the flowers in the botanical garden, woodlands and the park’s tree-lined avenue.

Who said that Manchester doesn’t have any of nature’s green havens!

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8 thoughts on “Manchester haven

  1. The downside to development I’m afraid , Mr Osborn. The challenge is to get those in charge to reclaim unused brownfield sites and get them used in a more environmentally friendly way.


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