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Local Issues / Re: Friends of Marple REC
« Last post by amazon on Today at 10:42:18 AM »
Possibly because there is a very active group who look after these gardens?

However if community orchards are seen as a good idea why not one in the rec ground further up Longhurst Lane near the Devvy? No traffic problems, lots of space there so could retain the goals/ play equipment etc though perhaps not enough room for 75 trees. Accept this is possibly getting to the limits of the Marple connection but not MESS which covers Mellor.
  could we not have a small supermarket o the rest of it people seem to be Able to do what they like .what do we have councillars for .
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Local Issues / Re: Friends of Marple REC
« Last post by corium on Today at 09:51:31 AM »
Dear Maureen Matthews, why didn't you have this orchard in the gardens on longhurst lane / Parkside?

Possibly because there is a very active group who look after these gardens?

However if community orchards are seen as a good idea why not one in the rec ground further up Longhurst Lane near the Devvy? No traffic problems, lots of space there so could retain the goals/ play equipment etc though perhaps not enough room for 75 trees. Accept this is possibly getting to the limits of the Marple connection but not MESS which covers Mellor.
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Local Issues / Re: Friends of Marple REC
« Last post by admin on Today at 06:32:32 AM »
Does not answer my initial question, what happened to the public consultation and who is going to prune the 75 trees?  Unfortunately it may have gone un-noticed by MESS but trees grow. One of the problems we have in Marple is that a lot of the great views are now spoilt by trees that have been allowed to outgrow their environment.

It wasn't intended to address your questions @Victor M it was simply an announcement a member of MESS asked me to add to the site for them. I appreciate the timing of it made it look like it may be but I simply posted it at the first opportunity I had after receiving the request.

There were public questions asked about the consultation at Marple Area Committee meeting on 8 March but the answers aren't published in the minutes, they just say "...the Corporate Director for Place Management and regeneration be requested to provide a written response within 7 days." But councillors @Malcolm Allan or @CllrGeoffAbell  should be able to advise the outcome.
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Who is going to pay for the repair to the walkway damaged by the machinery?

Don't know for sure yet, it will depend on the contract for the works placed by the council but I expect they will have to deal with it.
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Local Issues / Re: Friends of Marple REC
« Last post by red666bear on Yesterday at 09:02:08 PM »

And a mess it looks too. How are the council going to cut the grass now?

Correct amazon and have you seen the state they've made over at strines road / lime kiln lane looking for samuel oldknow teeth again!
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Local Issues / Re: Friends of Marple REC
« Last post by red666bear on Yesterday at 08:59:41 PM »
Dear Maureen Matthews, why didn't you have this orchard in the gardens on longhurst lane / Parkside?
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Local Issues / Re: Friends of Marple REC
« Last post by red666bear on Yesterday at 08:57:39 PM »
Did william wragg turn up for his photo opportunity?
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Who is going to pay for the repair to the walkway damaged by the machinery?
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Local Issues / Re: Friends of Marple REC
« Last post by Condate on Yesterday at 06:06:34 PM »
Does not answer my initial question, what happened to the public consultation and who is going to prune the 75 trees?  Unfortunately it may have gone un-noticed by MESS but trees grow. One of the problems we have in Marple is that a lot of the great views are now spoilt by trees that have been allowed to outgrow their environment.

Well we voted no on the form we got from the council. I think it is a backwards step and I was very sorry to see it has gone ahead. I would be very interested to know the figures from the consultation.
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Local Issues / Re: Friends of Marple REC
« Last post by Victor M on Yesterday at 05:36:51 PM »
Does not answer my initial question, what happened to the public consultation and who is going to prune the 75 trees?  Unfortunately it may have gone un-noticed by MESS but trees grow. One of the problems we have in Marple is that a lot of the great views are now spoilt by trees that have been allowed to outgrow their environment.
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