Come along for a fun day out, or get involved with the competition! Everyone is welcome to enter their home-grown fruit and veg or home-made cakes and crafts.
Saturday 6th September 2014
Admission to the show is FREE.
Highfield Road Allotments, at the entrance to Highfield Country Park (map available HERE).
08.30-11.00 open for entrants
12.00-16.00 entertainment food and stalls
14.30 exhibits open to the public
16.00 prize giving and raffle
16.30 auction of exhibits
Show info available HERE
At the first Levenshulme Community Forum meeting organised by the LCA recently it was agreed that it would be a good idea to have a community consultation about a possible new name for the new Arcadia facilities. It was also agreed that the “Arcadia” name should be retained by the skating groups that have moved to Ardwick Sports Hall. After discussion and an offer by Lydia Meryll of the Levenshulme Youth Forum it was decided that that group would contact councillors to propose and organise this (the consultation isn’t being organised or managed by the LCA itself).
For information please find below a message posted by Beth Marshall to the Levy Massive Facebook group:
A New name for a New centre in Levenshulme
Cllr Rosa Battle has asked for suggestions for the name for the new Centre. Arcadia roller Hockey group has asked to retain that name as they are known internationally by that title and want to take it with them
Here are three proposals so far:
The Three-in-One Centre – from Levy Youth Project Forum
The Jeremiah O’Brien Centre – from Hard Rain Poets
The Sonny…… centre – as she was our woman who was first to swim the Channel
Dies anyone know how to make a doodle poll? If so, please can all proposals go to you?!
If not, Lydia is happy to receive proposals for names and to send them all out again for a “Vote” by the end of the week. – end of Friday 29th Aug
We have til 1st Serpt to come up with a short list.
Please send ideas to Lydia-Meryll@outlook.com
Levenshulme’s very own beer festival is on now. Yes, now!
Come and have, well, beer at The Klondyke (1, Burnage Range) all weekend.
£3 entry on the gate.
Did you know that Levenshulme Market has a free stall available every week for community groups?
Every week there is a space available at the popular Levenshulme Market for community groups to promote what they are doing in the area. You could use the space for anything – from a demonstration of the ball room dancing your group has been learning to handing out leaflets on your volunteering opportunities or ways that people can seek your support – the only thing that the stall can’t be used for is selling.
Stalls can be booked in advance by emailing the Market with your preferred dates and what you will be doing to and the organisers will come back to you to confirm all the details.
If you are free to help out come along to make litter signs at the Antiques Village cafe, 11.00-13.00 today.
It’s Family Fun Day at the Klondyke Club this Sunday from 11.00-15.00.