United Kingdom: Has the axe fallen on Manchester’s green spaces?

Guardian: As local authority cuts dig ever deeper and warden services face the chop, Greater Manchester's campaigners say green spaces are at an increased risk of over-use and vandalism. Every year, Manchester city council spends just under £2m on cutting grass across the city. It's an important service, but green campaigners think that one month's worth of grass cutting would be better spent on saving an important warden service that cares for the region's entire 55,000-hectare Mersey Valley. "The council......

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