Upcoming event: Carbon Coop Social, Sat 28 January

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Saturday, 28 January 2017 from10:30 to 13:00 (GMT)

Ziferblat Edge Street
23 Edge Street
M4 1HW Manchester
United Kingdom

Carbon Co-op Social MEET – DISCUSS – SHARE

At this Saturday morning social we will be discussing future Greater Manchester housing policy, developing the new ‘Carbon Co-op buddy’ program, and socialising!

This January Carbon Co-op decided to respond to the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework consultation. We felt that the consultation was important to engage with as the framework will set out a strategy for the development of the city region’s physical infrastructure over the next 20 years.

We will also be making a start on the Carbon Co-op buddy program. The programme will involve matchmaking members who are experienced and want to share their knowledge and skills, and those looking for support.

We will make efforts to create a family friendly atmosphere. There will be a children’s corner in the room with kids activities. The venue also has a large ‘sitting room‘ with a number of games etc… in which parents and children can go if more space is needed.

And of course there will be food and refreshments available.

Venue information

  • The venue is wheelchair accessible.
  • Bike parking outside
  • Nearest train station is Victoria or Piccadilly.
  • Nearest tram is Shudehill
  • Numerous buses nearby from Shudehill
  • Nearest car part is Cable Street. 2 mins walk and £5 for the day.

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