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Good Afternoon Patrischia, can You please send me the job prescription and working hours? I will be very grateful, EWA. My mail: ewa.wiczkowska @yahoo.com

Good As lways !

Great Text i am happy and walking tall

Living the New Economy: Salford Speakers corners, bicycle rickshaws, electric, biofuel cars and barges, relaxation and meditation spaces all with green and growing roofs.

Living the New Economy: Salford Lots of smiling happy growing people.

Living the New Economy: Salford So green and growing that when you fly over it all you can see is green roof gardens. Buildings growing fish,mushrooms, chickens like Salford Biospheric.

Living the New Economy: Salford Masses and masses of allotment spaces outside each apartment block .

Living the New Economy: Salford Stalls full of artistic craftwork and growing workshops and lots of growing and planting spaces where people can learn to grow their own food.

Living the New Economy: Salford Massive conservatories, orangeries full of edible exotic plants all over the city where cafes and market stalls full of locally grown produce are based

Living the New Economy: Salford Lots of healing plants, free to use and growing information everywhere.

Living the New Economy: Salford Lots and lots of wonderful worms.

Living the New Economy: Salford Performance spaces open to all made of edible, help yourself, perfumed plants interlinking with rainbow pathways and local trading stalls of beauty .

Living the New Economy: Salford Where about in manchester lol

Living the New Economy: Salford Wide footbridges that are parks, dedicated cycle paths seperate from both cars and pedestrians, sculpted windmills

All Write on th' Height (AWOTH) Never let a pasty sit on the table, uneaten

Living the New Economy: Salford Water features, nature, sculptures, lots of flowers

Living the New Economy: Salford My ideal Garden City would include swings, slides, and local musicians under the trees

Living the New Economy: Salford Yes

Living the New Economy: Salford YES, I certainly do. Thanks, you

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