Pomona Is The Perfect Opportunity For The Science, Business and Political Community To Work Together

The word Pomona has featured at the forefront of many Mancunian and Salfordian minds this year as the interest in the area of docklands has peaked with news of sightings of rare and protected species such as Little Ringed Plover, Bee Orchid, Otter, Water Vole, Hedgehog, Roe Deer, Cornflower, Whinchat, Stonechat, Wheatear, Lapwing, Skylark and Yellow-wort have broadcast amongst the ecology community

Pomona is very popular with the Sustainable Design Community with several very detailed plans of possible future of the land usage circulating around the Internet community with some superb plans for a ecology centre and nature reserve

There are rumours that Time Team are interested in filming a programme on Pomona as the site is of high heritage value

Pomona was formerly Cornbrook Pleasure Gardens, a public area for the general public to chill, with a huge political debating hall, and during the 1900’s became a working docks, known as the Guinness Docks

Pomona is the meeting point of the boroughs of Manchester, Salford and Trafford and has become a peoples’ nature reserve with professional ecologists, wildlife celebrities and birdwatchers visiting the site to record, film and photograph the rare and legally protected wildlife

Pomona is the perfect opportunity for the science, business and political community to work together towards an Eden Project North and the broader aims of the Manchester Ship Canal obtaining World Heritage status

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