ear of (anti) social media. Weve asked how many teams use the pitches presently and would like to make sure they have the right surfaces to play upon and the right facilities to get changed within. Jonathan Schofield speaks to Gary Neville and Save Turn Moss campaigners about the recent controversy. We want football on Turn Moss, community football. In effect, a fairly small number of engaged activists have helped run out of town a scheme which would not have cut down trees or ripped up bluebells, nor greatly interfered with recreation across the huge greenbelt acreage around the River Mersey. He went on: I feel the protestors misunderstood me and I misunderstood them. Ok, 1,800 written submissions was impressive, but again scarcely adds up to comprehensive representation of the community.
We've run a strong campaign, we can run an equally strong Community driven plan to improve Turn Moss. The Environment Agency showed extreme concern and formally objected, they asked where water drained from the new pitches would end.
We couldnt get any of those messages across to Save Turn Moss. Confidential sought them out to see if they had been spoilsports. More than 300 people attended the council's final public buy used cross country skis meeting about the project at Manchester United's Old Trafford stadium on Tuesday. He said it would be cheaper to site the all-weather pitch at his school. 3 million of investment to provide three raised, fenced pitches and an all-weather pitch seemed something to celebrate, especially as it came with permanent changing facilities and a cafe. In some respects the Save Turn Moss victory might been handed to them on a plate. Ex-Manchester United star Gary Neville has been criticised by campaigners fighting plans to build training pitches on green belt land. It would also see car parking increased by 23 spaces and a walkway and lighting added to an access road. Wed like to work with the footballers, to help improve things together. They think of the area as a nature reserve and a place to walk the dog, we were seeing it as a series of football fields for kids and adults that we could improve, and that the community could use as well as Salford City. We would have sorted.
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