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The First Levenshulme Pride Weekender – A Free Celebration of The LGBT+ Community

Levenshulme Pride as a concept has been milling about for some years. There’s a contented and long established community of LGBT+ people who have been part of the wider community of business owners, allotment tenders and market goers that reside happily in Levenshulme. It was the disturbance of two of those residents happily walking down the ‘GAY6’ […]

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The KlonDine Club – A New Levenshulme Dining Club and Restaurant at The Klondyke

What is The KlonDine Club?  A brand new concept for the Klondyke, situated on Burnage Range a hop, skip and jump away from The Buttery on Albert Road. The Levenshulme Dining Club aka The KlonDine Club is due to launch on the 4th of August.  It’s a series of pop up restaurant weekends, in a newly configured area […]

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Manifest Arts 2017 in Levenshulme – Charity Shop Window Exhibition, Echo Chamber Show and Bankley Open Studios

Everyone is going mad for a bit of Manchester International Festival lately which is understandable given the far reaching advertising banners, posters, TV news bits and copious Guardian articles, its culturally and artistically diverse programme and its existing international profile…   However, if you’re truly down with the kids in Manchester you may know that […]

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Right Up Our Ginnel – Levenshulme’s Festival of Back Alleys Needs Your Support!

When Is The Ginnel Gathering?  On the 30th of July 2017, The Ginnel Gathering will take place in and around the back alleys (a network of ginnels if you’re right northern) of Henderson Street in Levenshulme ( and adjoining streets). How big it is depends on a crowdfunding campaign… What Is it?  Based on the […]

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Bee Model Making, A Quiz For Cats, BBQ Rum Garden Launch, Levstock 2017, Supernatural Theatre and A Terraced House Art Gallery

It’s all kicking off down Levenshulme again, in a good way of course! Yes, there’s more to do than we could possibly fit in to one quick run down but we’ll share a few top tips to keep you occupied this weekend. Here goes! What’s On Friday 23rd June? Quiz Night and Fundraising The excellent, […]

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Food Review – Jandol Delights with Authentic Lebanese Lunch in Levenshulme

An update on last week’s excited preview of Jandol in Levenshulme was pretty inevitable given the massive amount of interest and delight generated by the first story on Love Levenshulme about a new Lebanese restaurant in the area. At the earliest opportunity we took the chance to try out some of Jandol’s sit down Lebanese menu and share […]

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Jandol In Levenshulme – Now Open and Selling Baklava, Lebanese Pastries and Food

A welcome addition to the Levenshulme’s dining scene, Love Levenshulme had a sneaky peak around Jandol in Levenshulme – the new Arabic sweet, baklava and patisserie store and was blown away with the choices on offer! There’s also a sit in Lebanese casual style restaurant/cafe within the space and it has been furnished to a beautiful […]

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Success for Friends of Levenshulme Station – Art Mural For Platform 1

On Saturday 6th of May from 10am til 2pm Levy based artist Mark Jermyn also known as Moderate Realism is heading down to Levenshulme Market to lead a very significant art workshop with his team.  UPDATE: The art workshop is pleased to have the honour of chilling in the Commonplace  double-decker bus on its first outing! The workshop […]

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The Blue Bell Inn in Levenshulme Wins CAMRA Pub of The Month Award

It’s truly a hidden gem in Levenshulme and it’s a pub for everyone in the truest sense so it’s no surprise to us that it’s being honoured with the Campaign For Real Ale Pub Of The Month Award by Stockport and South Manchester’s branch on Thursday 27th of April at 8pm.  Margaret O’Brien from SSM CAMRA […]

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Happy Easter Levenshulme – Our List of Easter Egg Hunt Action This Weekend

They are popping up everywhere and this is no bad thing! The Easter Egg Hunt is a staple of children’s learning of the meaning of Easter and a modern symbol of the Christian Festival. It’s also really egg-citing to find chocolate eggs hidden behind trees!  Here’s a little run down of some of the best […]

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