Fun day at Madina Masjad Barlow Road

Fun day at Madina Masjad Barlow Road levensulme
saturday 30th may 11-4

many stalls mehndi, clothes, scarves, jewellery, food, cakes, bouncy castle, face painting and many more items for sale

fun day for kids to enjoy

all money raised will go to Masjad funds

this is for everyone .x

(Forwarded from Katrina Maan)

2014 Local Election Results

Congratulations to Dzidra Noor (Labour, Levenshulme) and Julie Reid (Labour, Gorton South) for being elected as councillors.

Levenshulme is split between two Wards – Levenshulme and Gorton South. Election results for Levenshulme local elections 2014 are as follows.

Levenshulme Ward

Turnout: 38.4%

Surname Other Names Description (if any) Votes
HENNIGAN James Liberal Democrats 1551
JARADAT Shaden The Conservative Party Candidate 147
NOOR Dzidra Labour Party Candidate 1885
VENES Dick Greeen Party 718


Gorton South Ward

Turnout: 31.74%

Surname Other Names Description (if any) Votes
BURKE Martin Green Party 369
CATTERALL Bob UK Independence Party 787
GLOVER Charles Leslie Liberal Democrat Focus Team 375
OPESAN Tmo Conservative and Unionist Party 137
REID Julie Labour Party Candidate 2548

Full results for Manchester City Council are available HERE



Clean-up grants of up to £200

Manchester City Council are offering grants of up to £200 to local residents’ groups to help make a difference in their area.

The grants can be used to clean up your area or take steps to make your area greener.

Further information is available HERE

How to get in touch with the LCA

LCA communications and media are listed below. Everyone is welcome. Bookmark us. Post stuff. Send us things to advertise.

The LCA has no political affiliation and aims to represent and involve all residents and groups across Levenshulme to help make our area a better place.


Facebook Page:

Facebook Group:

Twitter feed:

Email (LCA Core Group members):

Peter Naughton (Chair)

Beth Marshall (Secretary)

Malcolm Cowen (Treasurer)

Stuart Fear

Lawrence Hennigan

Jeremy Hoad

Aiden Lawler

The LCA Core Group is new this year as part of our new constitution developed last year. We wanted to create more opportunities for people to get involved (only the Chair, Treasurer and Secretary were elected before) and give the LCA more capacity to do more. I hope all these new and improved means of communication help us reach out to people and reflect Levenshulme’s diversity and vibrancy.

LCDC workshop facilities now available

LCDC (Levenshulme Craft and Design Collective) workshop facilities are now available on Albert Road. Details in the attached flyer.


Has Levenshulme made progress in the last five years?

We are half way through the council’s ten year Action Plan for Levenshulme. How do you think it’s going so far?

Download the Action Plan HERE