Lamp Post Bins have been/are secured from local councillors as they are affordable (under £50) and help to encourage positive behaviours.
St Mary's Ward
£600 was secured from the Labour Councillor's discretionary budget which has funded the following bins:
2x lamp post bins sited in Fairfax Car Park at the back of the car park and at the side rather than just on the street
1 x Butterstile Lane entrance to Drinkwater Park
1 x Swarbrick Road entrance to Drinkwater.
1 x where Greengate Lane and Warwick Street meet on a small green patch
1 x Highfield Road, near Our Lady of Grace Primary School
1 x Woodward Road/Venwood Road Roundabout
1 x Kersal Road at the Manchester-bound bus stop close to Chapel Road
1 x Kingswood Rd by the post office
1 x Rectory Lane by the fence opposite St.Mary’s CP school
1 x Gardner Mount off Gardner Road
1 x Clough but this was then re-located onto Heys Road, on the path leading to Metro station
3 x new dog waste bins have also been installed in the Clough replacing the old bins that were there
£500 was secured from the Liberal Democrat Councillor's discretionary budget which has funded the following bins:
1 x Bailey Street, near where it meets Heaton Street
1 x Upper Wilton Street
1 x Bury Old Road at bus stop opposite tram stop and in front of shops
2x Mount Road where it meets Heywood Road, and near St Mary’s Community Centre, near park entrance.
1 x Heys Road, between Prestwich Arts College and the village
1 x Heywood Rd, at junction with Parrenthorn Rd, across the road on side of Heaton Park reservoir
1 x Heywood Rd across from Parrenthorn High School by playing fields