The children at St Mary’s Primary School in Moss Side have been writing letters to Manchester City Council

The children at St Mary’s Primary School in Moss Side have been writing letters to Manchester City Council
st marys school video to MCC

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6 Responses to The children at St Mary’s Primary School in Moss Side have been writing letters to Manchester City Council

  1. This is so moving. Thanks to whoever put the film together. Everytime I go to one of the protests I see people literally crying over the tree felling as they explain how they feel. It feels more and more like gentrification paid for with public money, with very little consideration for the feelings of hundreds of local people who are made to feel like they are getting in the way and are too stupid to understand ” the bigger picture”.

  2. Luciana says:

    So bitter sweet…

  3. louwriter says:

    If all the people in Greater Manchester and beyond ( or even Whalley Range) who know about the fellings and are horrified were in the park at the same time, the butchers would not be able to operate. Then there is the question of criminally mis-spent taxes. We need a nationally coordinated Tree Protection Squad

    • I love the idea of a nationally coordinated Tree Protection Squad. I’d join. It breaks my heart to know that the beautiful, ancient willow is being felled, and there’s nothing anyone can do to stop it.

  4. louwriter says:

    Because this butchery has been going on all over the UK and is set to increase now the NPPF is ‘officially’ a Developer’s Charter, coming to a farm, park, open space, play area, cricket pitch piece of Green Belt or woodland near you/

  5. This film is wonderful. Thank you to all of the children and everyone who helped to make this x

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