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Trove – New Bar Menu and Weekend Evening Opening Times.

Great, great, long awaited news. Trove have gone and got themselves an alcohol license and will be opening (to begin with) on Friday and Saturday until 10pm from next Friday (Friday 15th July) with an unique menu of Trove -spun alcoholic beverages, including Gin based drinks with sexy names like Cascar Collins and Negroni Rosa. Craft […]

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All Female Cast Perform Shakespeare On The Quadrants In Levenshulme This Summer

“To bee or not to bee”…Sorry. Great news for all you culture vultures! The Quadrants site (just off Crayfield Road), which has seen recent visual improvements, including the wildflower meadow (attracting loads of bees, hence the hilarious joke), raised beds and an orchard  led by Incredible Edible and the Friends of the Fallowfield Loop is […]

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Food and Drink Fest, Levstock, Food Fusion, Jewish Party Music, Roma Voices 1st Birthday – A Weekend of Activities in Levenshulme

Sometimes it’s worth noting how much goes on in Levenshulme at a grass roots, community led level. It’s actually pretty astonishing and certainly worth celebrating. There’s really no better way to do that than via the medium of food glorious food, music, maybe a little tipple  with your celebrations. This weekend is chock-a-block with activities to […]

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Levy Jumble Trail #1 – Sunday Bargains All Over Levenshulme

This is an excellent grass roots concept for jumbling in the 21st century. Get the entire community together to have a mass ‘yard sale’ style jumble outside homes, coordinate it through a community champion and map it out online for all the punters to get involved and grab a bargain. Of course Levenshulme is taking […]

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Petition – Access For All at Levenshulme Train Station

Friends of Levenshulme Station have launched a petition at Levenshulme Market which aims to raise awareness of the dire need for accessibility for all at our local station. For years it has been an issue which has been dodged by the franchise holders and local transport authorities in charge of purse strings and infrastructure. Meanwhile, […]

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Levenshulme Community Shindig, Re-Launch of Dice Lounge, Fred’s Photo Exhibition and Ale Taster, LOL Fundraiser, Petition for Access, Mexican Murals, Pasta, Neo-Soul Disco…

Well It’s all kicking off in Levenshulme in the lead in to this weekend. Here’s a quick run down of some cool events. Thursday Antics Firstly, we have the wonderful discussion taking place this Thursday 28th of April, 7:30pm at Bankley Studios about Mexican Muralism, its history and its future in the art world. It’s also […]

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Mexican Muralism -Then and Now at Bankley Studios

Bankley Studios are once again hosting an event in Levenshulme with a difference. This time it’s a public talk with one of their studio members – Mexican painter and printmaker Raul Gutierrez Loya . The talk promises to discuss the history of Mexican Muralism and its influence on modern art practices, Mexican art,Latin America, public and street art. […]

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Scruffs of Greenbank Annual Fun Dog Show – Back For its 8th Year.

Levenshulme is a very good place to live if you own a dog. It has a culture of friendly and considerate dog owners, dog walkers, dog sitters and doggy meet up and play groups. The Bluebell, The Buttery and The Market love their dogs in equal measures. There’s also an abundance of green spaces which serve […]

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Levenshulme Islamic Centre – Madina Mosque Transforms?

Update April 2016: Plans have now been approved for the build of the new centre. Confirmation of the plans are outlined in the visual plan below by Mirmar Architechts. Proposed plans are underway to create a multipurpose brand spanking new community facility in Levenshulme. The plans could see the current Madina Mosque transform into a high […]

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Levenshulme Market – Mixed Stalls, More Fun and Much Research

Levenshulme Market raises its pretty little head again this Saturday 5th of March, 10am kick off. Just in time for the Spring. Let the fun commence. Organisers have given the format a Spring clean as well and scrapped the weekly themes in favour of a variety of stall holders each week. This means there’ll be […]

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