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Manchester and Salford Ramblers, Airport 2010

Manchester and Salford Ramblers, Kinder 2010

Manchester and Salford Ramblers, Winter 2009

Manchester and Salford Ramblers, Slaidburn 2010

Manchester and Salford Ramblers

Further details about Manchester's Green Corridor

Manchester’s Green Corridor Walking Route was established in 2012. It is a partnership of Manchester City Council, the NHS, Red Rose Forest, the Ramblers Association, Living Streets and TfGM. The Green Corridor is a walking circuit made of 14 routes which circumnavigate the City of Manchester and connect many of the City’s parks, woodlands and open spaces.
It is the first project of its kind in the UK.

The aim of the Green Corridor is to create a high quality walking route across the City of Manchester via its Parks and open spaces that will:

  1. increase usage of the parks, woodlands and open spaces which will make them livelier and as a consequence safer (less anti-social behavior), sustainable and more inviting places for people to visit;
  2. encourage healthier lifestyles and reduce car usage by promoting walking routes that are accessible to everyone.


At a recent meeting with TfGM about resurrecting the "Manchester Green Corridor", it was agreed that the routes need to be checked before they can go out again i.e. in some places the metro now crosses the routes. So volunteers are needed to check the 14 routes so that we can put the routes back up onto our website.
Please reply by October 22nd

For more information please go to the following unavailable

While the pamphlets are unavailable online there is a summary version available

Pamphlets are available from our secretary email sec.mandsramblers@gmail.com