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Leaf St Day – 23rd September 12pm

tunes brews tools +food     There are loads of fun jobs to do if you fancy it from pulling up rogue raspberries to harvesting stuff. We also want to re-do the woodchip paths with some new woodchip. So some … Continue reading

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Meadow Making – Weds 14th 11.30 onwards

This Wednesday, HCGC and volunteers will be making a start on a mini wildflower meadow on Clarendon Street, 11.30 onwards. Come along and see how it’s done and get stuck in if you like.

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Dreaming a new Hulme Street

This is a recording of a creative consultation which was a product of local redbricks people teaming up with BCA landscape architects to come up with some ideas for Hulme St. In case you didn’t know, Hulme St is going … Continue reading

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Hulme St Living Room protest against Commuter parking

Redbricks Estate residents take to the streets early on a Monday morning to reclaim the neighbourhood from commuters. They transform the street into a living room with sofas, kitchen, cups of tea and send the message ‘how would you like … Continue reading

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Hulme St Page

The story as it develops: Residents identified Hulme Street, where it is part of the Redbricks, as a priority area for change in 2010/11. This came out of planning events supported by the Green Zone project. Here are images of … Continue reading

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History of Redbricks On-Line

The current collective RIC was built on the legacy of a previous group RBOL – Rebricks On Line – . There is a great series of press articles and a video see below of some of their achievements on a … Continue reading

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Green Zone Toolkit – Urban Gardening, Community Connections and Skills!

The Green Zone project was partly funded to be an ‘exemplar project’. To do that we are creating a Toolkit to contain all the useful learning and information that has been gathered as part of the project. To get hold … Continue reading

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Video of Summer Pruning with Phil Corbett

It’s a bit early for summer pruning yet but with this video we revisit the work shop that happened last July given by Phil Corbett from Cool Temperate. There is actually much more of this walk around that we’ll get … Continue reading

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Green Zone Evaluation Online Survey

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MZ5GDFH We are coming to the end of the Green Zone project, and would like to know what you think about how things have gone. It would be great if you could fill in the evaluation sheet – whether your … Continue reading

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Rave Remix of Air Layering Workshop

Recorded in Leaf St Community Garden – a guerilla gardening project gone right. More info here – http://www.redbricks.org/home/groups/leafst/

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