Come along to Levenshulme Market on Friday 29th April for stalls, fun, food, music and information on local community groups.
Once again Levenshulme Community Association is organising hustings for the local elections. All candidates have been invited. Everyone is welcome. These are open, public meetings and an opportunity for anyone to ask questions of any candidates in the May local elections.
Wednesday 27th April
1 Burnage Range, Levenshulme, M19 2HQ
Gorton South Ward
Thursday 28th April
747 Stockport Road, Levenshulme, M19 3AR
A single transport card for Manchester is on hold following a complete failure of the Atos company to deliver the system for Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM).
The scheme – similar to the Oyster Card system in London – is being rethought after it became clear Atos was completely incapable of delivering the system. The MEN reports that according to TfGM all costs incurred (£15m) have been refunded by Atos and TfGM will now explore how to get the failed project moving again.
There does not appear to be any comment from Tony Lloyd, Greater Manchester Mayor, who is responsible for transport across Greater Manchester.
Read the MEN report HERE
Levenshulme Neighbourhood Planning Forum would love to hear your ideas for how you want Levenshulme to develop. What’s your vision for our community?
14.00 today in the Community Studio at Arcadia Library and Leisure Centre.
This isn’t just bout dull planning matters, this is bout what we want our community to be and to look like.
This May the Levenshulme Players will be performing a 20th century classic – Separate Tables by Terrance Rattigan.
It will be performed at the Klondyke Club, Levenshulme on May 13th and May 14th at 7.30pm.
Tickets are available on the door or via the Levenshulme Players website HERE
With five out of nine slots for great supper clubs going to Levenshulme the foodie reputation of Levenshulme is riding high right now.
The Manchester Evening News says:
“So you think you’ve tasted some of the best cooking in Manchester?
“Oh yeah – I’ve been to *insert fancy restaurant name here* and ate pine smoked summat off a slate, and this other place you probs won’t have heard of *insert lesser known but featured recently in the Observer name here.*” …I hear your shout.
All right, show-off. How about places that aren’t on the high street?
For the truly intrepid foodie, it’s time to look past the restaurants and try some of Manchester’s stellar supper clubs.
The supper club isn’t just amateur hour in the kitchen, accomplished cooks are serving up some of the best food in Manchester from homes and pop-up locations across the city.”
Find out where the MEN love in Levenshulme HERE