To help get Angel Meadow Park ready for the warmer months, Meadowside, a new residential development which overlooks the park, hosted a litter pick with a task force of volunteers.

More than 30 people helped to help tidy the park and the surrounding area, including local residents, staff from MeadowSide’s developer Far East Consortium, its charity partner, the mental health charity Moodswings and Manchester City Council.

The team cleared more than 15 bags of litter and also planted bulbs, scattered seeds and other garden maintenance to help get the park looking its best.

The event was held as part of the Great British Spring Clean, a nationwide initiative run by Keep Britain Tidy.

Rebecca Kirkland, Community Liaison Manager at FEC, said: “It was brilliant to see the community and wider teams come together to get the city centre’s largest green space looking its best. I hope to see the new bulbs and seeds spring into life in the summer months!”

The event was arranged by Manchester City Council and Far East Consortium, the developers behind MeadowSide – a development of more than 750 one, two and three-bedroom pet-friendly apartments, townhouses and penthouses overlooking Angel Meadow Park, the city centre’s largest green space.


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