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Dice Lounge Opening – Raising the Bar in Levenshulme

The recent history of the old ‘Railway Hotel’ pub has been one of quick turnovers and multiple business ventures. It’s been a print shop and a shisha joint that opened and closed in record time. There was even a proposal to turn it into another local college. The latest incarnation as Dice Lounge will take the […]

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Neighbourhood Plan in Levenshulme – A Resident’s Guide

With just under a week left for the residents of Levenshulme to take a look over and make comments on the application received by the council on the designation of a Neighbourhood Planning Forum, Love Levenshulme thought it would be a great opportunity to find out a bit more about what it means for the area, who’s currently […]

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Levenshulme WI – The Women’s Institute In Levenshulme

It’s the dawn of a new era for women in Levenshulme. With the will and hard work of several determined individuals, the quest to group together women from all backgrounds, cultures and ages is finally more than a dream. The formation of a new Women’s Institute for Levenshulme is imminent. Welcome Levenshulme WI. Levenshulme is not short […]

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Pod – A Fresh and Tasty New Phase

It was a sad day when Pod closed it’s doors in the week leading up to Christmas, with many a Levenshulme resident freaking out about where to go for a tipple or get some respite from their other halves over the holiday season. So it is a huge relief to hear the news that a much […]

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Open Invitation to Christmas Party at Levenshulme Market

Living in Levenshulme in December as the temperature drops and our thoughts of Christmas festivities permeate, there is nothing that signals “IT’S CHRISTMAS!” more than the much anticipated annual Christmas night market. This year it takes place on Friday the 18th of December. Starting at 4pm, ending at 9pm (officially anyway, hello Pod) . The Levy […]

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Levenshulme’s Traders – A Photo Exhibition

Love Levenshulme are excited to launch our online photo exhibition of Levenshulme’s traders this week in the lead up to Small Business Saturday on the 5th of December, to highlight and celebrate the diverse mix of independent trade in the arty South Manchester suburb. The online gallery is an extension of the 18 fine art portrait […]

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Levenshulme’s Old Library – Hope of a Rebirth?

This coming Wednesday, there is another crucial meeting to try and determine a stable future for the soon to close Library building on Cromwell Grove. In January 2016 it is expected that its doors will close to the public for the foreseeable future. There is a growing sense of urgency by the LOL (Levenshulme Old […]

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Helping Trove Grow – The Extension

Trove Cafe and Bakery is a firm favourite for many local people in Levenshulme (and many people beyond). It has an earthy softness and a calm welcoming atmosphere – a testament to the owners Katy and Marcus who have carefully crafted their small business from 2011 into what it is today. It has become a renowned […]

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Levy Soup – A Winning Recipe in Levenshulme

What is Levy Soup? Well, it’s a really clever and simple concept based around the idea that a community can crowd-fund their own futures through direct engagement, with ideas from within the community and for the benefit of the area they live. Everyone pays in to the event at £5 a pop, gets to enjoy […]

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The Bankley Open Call 2015

Exciting News for Art Lovers and Art Makers. The Bankley Open Call 2015 returns for the third year. The annual open exhibition once again invites contemporary artists of any age or experience living within the UK, and working in any 2D media, video, or sculpture, to participate and be in with a chance of winning […]

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