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River Douglas
Started by: jo anne (31032)   Report abuse
An exciting new project on the River Douglas has started & Groundwork CLM needs volunteers.



Groundwork Cheshire, Lancashire & Merseyside:
Website / Facebook / @GroundworkCLM / @DouglasPilot

Posted by: jo anne (31032)   Report abuse
@GroundworkCLM:
Green Leaders is a free 12 wk volunteer programme for people aged 14-19.
Starts Feb for 2 days a week. Find out more: Link

Posted by: jo anne (31032)   Report abuse
@GroundworkCLM:

A survey by @PrincesTrust said 28% of 16-25 year olds feel out of control of their lives. Is that you? We can help.

The Prince's Trust Team Programme is a free personal development 12 wk course.

The next programmes in both Wigan and Leigh start on 16th January 2017 - Link

Posted by: tonker (18711)   Report abuse
Why is 'Groundwork Cheshire, Lancashire and Merseyside' doing projects in Greater Manchester?

Posted by: jo anne (31032)   Report abuse
Just go with the flow, Tonker!

COMMUNITY CLEAN UP DAY - ELNUP WOOD Fri 24th Feb 10am - 3pm


Posted by: jo anne (31032)   Report abuse
^ Community Clean Up Day - Elnup Wood, Friday 24th Feb, 10am - 3pm (link) ^

Posted by: baker boy (13503) Report abuse
jo anne tell tonks the marvellous duggie flows through other districts.

Posted by: tonker (18711)   Report abuse
Jo anne, point out to baker boy that, although the River Douglas does flow through other districts, the headline - "An exiting new project has started on the River Douglas and tributaries in Wigan and we're looking for volunteers to join us" - points to the Wigan district, which isn't in Cheshire, Lancashire or Merseyside.

Also ask him what's so 'marvelous' about the Douglas? It's no more than a brook that, half a mile or so of it, flows through Wigan!

 
 
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