In 2021 Groundwork Greater Manchester created eight new jobs for young people to kick start their career in the environmental sector. Their work would help protect and improve green-spaces in both natural and urban environments across the city region. Trafford Ecology Park was one of the sites the team worked on whilst developing their green…Read More »
The Meeting Place is now 50% off! If you’re a first-time client looking for a Meeting in paradise, look no further.
From Scavenger Hunts to Nest building, here are some suggested activities you can do whilst at the park to get creative with nature.
The scorching June heat didn’t deter volunteers from making a beautiful Kitchen Garden at the local nature reserve.
Groundwork Greater Manchester hosted a Celebration Event at the park, celebrating the accomplishments of several Community Stars.
Employees from regeneration business, Peel L&P, took part in a special volunteering day to mark World Environment Day.
Trafford Ecology Park has played host to several celebrities in the past few years and we thought we’d share with you why they were here!
Meet the Team! Trafford Ecology Park is home to environmental charity Groundwork, who have a small office on site. You’re likely to see lots of friendly, passionate people working together around the park; helping others and the environment. Many members of the team assist with volunteering days, park improvements and outdoor education activities, however here…Read More »
In 2020, Groundwork worked with local charity Start Creative in Salford to develop a sustainable building design for what would become ‘The Meeting Place’. As a small charity who requires external support to fund and maintain Trafford Ecology Park, our idea was to create a space which could be hired out to help provide funding…Read More »
On a crisp sunny day at Trafford Ecology Park a group of volunteers from Yokogawa, a manufacturing firm based in Runcorn, helped to transform a section of the park’s overgrowth near the Meeting Place into a habitable area for both the wildlife and the parks visitors. Dead Hedges The project for the Yokogawa employees was…Read More »