BBC Radio Manchester’s Breakfast programme is hoping to come down to Delamere Road on Tuesday morning shortly after 7am to do a couple of live broadcasts with residents about the theft of their bins.

We’d like to chat to a couple of residents about what bins they’ve had stolen, what they think has happened to them, are they aware of it happening elsewhere in Manchester?

It’d be a reporter and a radio van with two or more neighbours.

We’d get a response from the local authority as well.

Any help much appreciated – anyone interested can contact; or

Kind regards

Rachel Ferguson|Broadcast Journalist |BBC Radio Manchester | 2nd Floor, Quay House, Media City, Salford, M50 2QH
 … 0161 335 6900 (Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays)
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Street Party 2014

Organising meeting

 – – – THURSDAY APRIL 10th 7:30PM – – –
at Levenshulme Baptist Church Hall
Elmsworth Avenue (end of Delamere Rd)

We have got the ball rolling with a funding application based on the successes of the last party on which we can build.

band / music / food / bunting

This year we can be part of the Levenshulme Food & Drink Festival!

Date: Mid summer 22nd June 2014

Come with ideas and ways to help make this years street party a success

Spring Clean Up Weekend

All neighbours! Let’s clean up these streets!

Volunteer for an hour or two on either

SATURDAY 13th of APRIL or SUNDAY 14th APRIL at 11am

(or both days!)

Time to get rid of rubbish in the streets and alleyways

Any large items too – let’s get it cleared!

(The Council will be doing a pick up on Monday 15th)

litter pickers provided – bring out a broom!


Residents’ Meeting


All welcome to the next residents’ meeting


at the Baptist church hall, Elmsworth Avenue (end of Delamere Rd)

Any issues in the neighbourhood? parking? crime? litter? need help with an overgrown front garden?

Object of the meeting:

to plan activities for the year ahead such as:

SPRING CLEAN UP day of sweeping up the streets & alleyways / getting rid of rubbish / maybe hire a skip

SUMMER STREET PARTY Following the success of last year – would you like to help organise another street event?

Delamere Neighbourhood Group is your local residents association run by volunteers from your neighbourhood.

It is not run by the Council and no-one is paid.

The success of the group relies on neighbours coming together on a voluntary basis with a common aim to make the neighbourhood a clean and safe environment for everyone.

Come along & get involved!