MUD have a wide range of projects, past and present, across Greater Manchester. Take a look below and follow the links for more information. Our Events Page features upcoming events, workshops and courses across all of our projects and you can sign up to volunteer at any of the projects via our Volunteer Page.
You can also take a look at our past projects.
The Landing is our first roof top growing project in collaboration with Where The Light Gets In (WTLGI). We have volunteering sessions available here that you can sign up for via our Volunteer Page. For more information about The Landing, or to book places on workshops, please visit the WTLGI website here.
Mona Street Community Garden is based in Salford, a 5 minute walk from Salford precinct. The garden was transformed from a former car park several years ago. MUD are now working with the Salford Health Improvement Team to renovate & redesign the space to improve the space for the benefit of the whole community.
We are collaborating with local organisations such as MOUP, For The Love Of Food, Salford Council & NHS to create a space for workshops, learning, charitable events, fun days, feasts and seasonal events.
If you would like to get involved with the development of Mona Street and learn some valuable skills please sign up to volunteer with us on our Volunteer Page.
The Pankhurst Plot is our project in collaboration with the Friends of Chorlton Park Group & Emmeline’s Pantry. A vibrant and versatile food growing community garden, incorporating a woodland walk, wild play area and mud kitchen.
The food grown is either donated to the pantry or utilised within another zero food waste project. The garden is maintained by volunteers and managed by ourselves. The function of the garden will evolve naturally over time with it’s direction being decided through community partners input.
Sign up via the volunteering page now.
With funding from The Big Life Group, we will be running a new green prescribing programme at The Pankhurst Plot. The sessions aim to improve and support people's wellbeing through Social and Therapeutic Horticulture. Click here to find out more.