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Open Day at Greater Manchester TreeStation Ltd
3 Sep 16
11:00am to 2:00pm
The Yard, Vaughan Street, West Gorton, Manchester, M12 5FQ. For SATNAV and online maps use M12 5BT
Greater Manchester Treestation Ltd
This is a past event, you can no longer book tickets.
Enjoy a guided tour of our Wood yard in Gorton. TreeStation is a not-for- profit social enterprise aiming to make the best use of local timber resources. We are pioneers in the area of urban woodland management, providing green solutions to wood waste and ‘up-cycling’ as much as possible.
A tour of our recently installed a large biomass boiler and a wood drying kiln will be the highlight of your visit! Fuelled by our own woodchip it lowers our carbon footprint, improves the capacity for drying and selling sawn wood and heats the office buildings.
Check our Facebook page: Greater Manchester TreeStation Ltd or our twitter account at @GM_Treestation nearer the time to see what we have planned for the day.