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We believe all girls have the right to be active and play football. FA qualified female and male coaches.
Weekly training at The Energy Box, Levenshulme High. All ages and abilities welcome (age 5 to 15) 6pm to 7pm.
£2.50 per session. First Session free! Outdoors in the Summer/indoors in the Winter. All you need to bring are trainers and bottled water (shin pads if you have them) and turn up on the night!
Levy Soup is a way of promoting community based activity through a creative “crowdfunding” event.
Come along and you’ll get to share a home-made Soup dinner with new and old friends. (Plus the chance to network and have a dance too). There is a paying bar at the venue.
Levy Soup has been set up to celebrate and support creative projects in Levenshulme that benefit the local community.
For a suggested donation of £5 attendees receive a bowl of veggie soup, some bread and a vote. During the evening you will hear pitches from people who want to do something in Levenshulme.
For the first “Soup” we have chosen the theme of food so if you have a food based idea or project that you would like to have funded then this is for you.
Each presenter has four minutes to pitch their idea and answer four questions from the audience.
At the event, people eat, talk, share ideas and then vote on the project they think benefits Levenshulme the most. At the end of the night the winner goes home with all of the money raised in the evening to carry out their project.
Everyone is welcome to attend– no matter where you live you can share in this experience.
Information for Bidders:
You might be a group of friends, neighbours, an existing voluntary, community or resident group or an individual. (Aged 11 and over)
What can I bid for?
It’s up to you!! Maybe a tea and tech group for older people; a Xmas party for young people leaving care, a community growing project, a raised bed for vegetable growing, a popcorn and film night for kids – these are only examples- the options are endless and we hope bidders will be really creative! The only rule is that the people who benefit should be in Levenshulme.
All you need at this stage is an idea – We’ve made the process as simple as possible and we’ll also be able to help you think about how to present your pitch. No PowerPoint presentations allowed!
For more information:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for an application form or click the link Here
Call: Carey 07968 031085 /Karen 07521 066639
The deadline for submissions for bidders for Soup 1 is Thursday 1st October 2015. Fill in the form and send it to us now!
Good luck and if you have any questions at all please contact us!
A brand new Levenshulme based flowing/ vinyasa yoga class that will help people to improve their fitness, strength and flexibility. It’s suitable for all levels of students including complete beginners. It costs £6.50 or £5 for people out of work and students. http://www.theyogarooms.co.uk/
Levenshulme Market wakes up at the crack of dawn each Saturday and begins setting up on the area once known as the boring old train station car park. It is transformed into a colourful, social and thriving trading space. The ‘Food and Drink’ week sees the best of freshly cooked, globally inspired street food, craft brewers on site selling their limited runs, more cakes than you can throw a tea party at, high quality essentials like bread, cheese and eggs and of course gift ideas for food lovers. Try not to keep it all to yourself!
Join the Klondyke Community Garden volunteers as they continue turning a section of the Klondyke Club Gardens into a community allotment. Bring along seeds, tools and gloves or just come along and see how you can help get involved in the green fingered activities. Lots of work to do and lots of rewards too!
Join the Klondyke Community Garden volunteer group as they continue turning a section of the Klondyke Club Gardens into a community allotment. Bring along seeds, tools and gloves or just come along and see how you can help get involved in the green fingered activities. Lots of work to do and lots of rewards too!
Madina Masjid and Community Centre presents The Lunch Club which is open for people in the community who may be suffering from isolation, food poverty and other economic challenges to benefit from healthy, nutritious meals in a warm and friendly environment.
Meals served every Wednesday from 2:15pm. All welcome.