Our selection of the best events, activities, clubs and meet-ups in and around Levy and all in one place and searchable by category. Get Involved!
If you have a submission request, please email us with ‘EVENT LISTING‘ in the subject line (along with a good quality pic and all the details) to firstname.lastname@example.org
Unicorn Grocery in the nearby suburb of Chorlton is one of the UK’s finest examples of a successful independent, sustainable wholefood co-operative. Two of their members, Leah De Quattro and Kellie Bubble are coming to Levenshulme to deliver an exciting workshop on how to embark on setting up shop based on the model Unicorn has tried & tested since 1996, designed to assist in the establishment of new wholefood co-operatives.
For anyone interested in setting up a co-operative, being a member of a new Levenshulme based co-op, learning about building a new food based business or developing an existing business into a co-operative. this one is for you!
Refreshments Provided. All welcome.
Sean O’Meara, writer (Huffington Post, BBC) and founder of Manchester-based content marketing consultancy Essential Content will deliver an introductory session exploring the ways in which words will help your business grow.
Lunchtime Edition! A massive call out to all current and potential future Levenshulme based traders and businesses to get involved in a networking event taking place at the Love Levenshulme pop-up hub!
Love Levenshulme and Levenshulme Inspire have come together to arrange a get together with all the willing and able traders in the area. A chance to get to know your trader neighbours social! See what ideas and collaborations can emerge, who is thinking of embarking on a retail adventure on the high street. What challenges face small businesses in the suburb. It’s an opportunity to share voices and generate discussion to make Levenshulme an even better place to live, work and shop!
Geli Berg, who is the new Employment and Enterprise Co-ordinater at Levenshulme Inspire will give an introduction to the event and open up the forum for chat with the chosen discussion topic “Trading Across Cultures”
All Welcome! Pop in and say hello and be part of the discussion. Refreshments Provided.
Levenshulme Market director and local trader, Neil Buttery of The Buttery fame shares his personal story into setting up business on a market, operating a successful market stall and how to develop growth of quality products and a brand as a start up trader.
For anyone with a start up product or business idea who wants to take the next step into trading, this is an opportunity to listen and ask questions to a dedicated and savvy local business man who has first hand experience of taking the exciting leap into the world market trading.
All welcome. refreshments provided.
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: email@example.com 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!
Levenshulme Language Day is an event organised to celebrate the rich linguistic and cultural diversity found in Levenshulme, Manchester, and its surrounding area. The event will be held on Saturday 24th October 2015, and activities will take place at Levenshulme Inspire, The Klondyke Club and Levenshulme Market.
Local residents, visitors, market traders and businesses are invited to participate in this event for all ages, with games for children, language taster sessions, performances, live music, international films and food, as well as the chance to explore the work of local supplementary schools and community organisations – and much more!
FREE ENTRY – FAMILY FRIENDLY – ALL WELCOME
For more information, or to get involved, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0161 2755999.
Roll up! Roll Up! Levenshulme Market returns for it’s quarterly evening special, this time with a spooky Autumnal vibe.Celebrating Halloween with an extra-special night market party, on Friday 4pm to 9pm – promising delicious street food, live music, costume and pumpkin carving competitions. Levenshulme band Cosmic Ray and the Constellations will be performing their own toe-tapping, swinging brand of ghostly rockabilly to get everyone dancing,
Fancy dress is most definitely encouraged, as prizes will be awarded for the best Halloween
costumes. There’s a £20 market voucher up for grabs for adult revellers, and a newly launched
‘Lovely Levy Colouring Book’ from local artist Paul Magrs as the children’s prize.
There’s also a
pumpkin carving competition, where market-goers can bring along their expertly carved squashes to win another £20 market voucher prize.
Come along for our new monthly regular sessions at The Quadrants as part of Incredible Edible’s efforts to transform the site on the Fallowfield Loop entrance at Crayfield Road.
Be part of the big ideas and help to landscape a great new relaxing zone in Levenshulme to chill, enjoy the wild flowers, pick the fruit and veg and take a break from cycling. All welcome, bring rakes, trowels, spades and some muscle!