The pavement through Didsbury Village is in dire need of repair by the council - plus assorted action
I have reported the very bad condition of the flags running through the village, ruined by the harsh winter weather andin real need of repair
I reported this lit bollard for repair at the end of Parrs Wood Road at the junction with Millgate Lane
The pavement outside the entrance to MMU on Wilmslow Road is getting dangerous - reported
Catterick Rd graffiti - reported
Victoria Ave - where I grew up! - reported and I watched it being cleaned - excellent job!
Happy to see my old Scout Hut on School Lane get cleaned up
Oakway/Kingsway hole in the path - reported
Pot holes across Parrs Wood Road at junction with Ruabon Rd - reported
Part of all the graffiti that has just gone up along Parrs Wood Rd - reported
The historic Rhodes Clock
Winner of the South Manchester Reporter's Big Picture in January http://www.southmanchesterreporter.co.uk/community/g/509512_the_big_picture
In the middle of the village on Wilmslow Rd reported and cleaned
Parrs Wood Rd at junction with Catterick Rd reported
Fog Lane near Burnage station reported
Litter in Parrs Wood Rd tree protectors reported to be cleared
Parrs Wood Rd graffiti near Mellington Ave - sorted
Bankside Road pot holes reported
Broad Oak Lane pot holes reported to make that school run easier!
Wilmslow Road/Grove Ln - reported
Old Broadway/Wilmslow Rd - reported
Outside the Fat Loaf and Old Cock on Wilmslow Rd - reported
Palatine Rd/Lapwing Ln graffiti spot reported - this junction is always getting tagged!
Knackered road at the junction of Parrs Wood Ave and Wilmslow Road reported for repair.
Graffiti on the phone box at the end of Parrs Wood Ave reported.
I have reported those huge and dangerous pot holes outside outside East Didsbury station - and they've been sorted already!