Levenshulme allotments on Highfield Road are having an Allotment show on Saturday 3rd September.
Starting at 11am they’ll be bric a brac, a tombola, allotment grown veg stall, crafts, tea and cake stall, bicycle powered music and a bar.
At 2.30pm the fantastic display of veg and fruit will have been judged and you can have a look.
If that’s not enough fun, at 4.30 the prize winning veg will be auctioned off. C’mon guys, what’s there not to love?
The next LCA General Meeting will be on Saturday 10th September, 14.15 in the Community Studio at Arcadia Library and Leisure Centre on Stockport Road.
As agreed at the last meeting this meeting will consider minor constitutional amendments as requested by an external funding body. As such this would technically make the meeting an Extraordinary General Meeting. The constitutional amendments are primarily to specify the quorum for meetings more explicitly.
Pleas and any reports or requests for agenda items (with supporting papers where possible) to Jeremy Hoad, LCA Secretary at email@example.com
The Levenshulme beer, gin and food festival is a three day event over the August bank holiday.
Held at the Klondyke Club (1 Burnage Range) the festival will be combined with the famous Levenshulme Market on the Saturday (held in the station car park) and promises fun for all the family.
- Over 20 ales, 20 gins, 3 lagers, & 2 ciders to try.
- Various street food stalls.
- Live music & dj sets.
- Bouncy castle, face painting and field games for the children and families.
More Levenshulme loveliness in the summer. A not to be missed event!
- Saturday 27th August, 12.00-late (market 12.00-18.00)
- Sunday 28th August 12.00-late
- Monday 29th August 12.00-late
In case it’s not already in your diaries…. Garden Cafe at Bud Garden Centre, Grangethorpe Drive, Bank Holiday Monday.
Fairtrade teas and coffee, botanically themed cakes, produce, houseplants, live music. All in aid of local refugee support charities Freedom from Torture and Boaz Trust.
See you there!
BBC Radio Manchester reported on dangerous and nuisance bikes today. Reporter Emily Wolstencroft interviewed Levenshulme residents in Thairish café including LCA Secretary Jeremy Hoad.
You can hear the report on iPlayer (44 minutes into the programme, repeated at 2h12m).
Listen on iPlayer HERE
Levenshulme writer and artist Paul Magrs wows the Edinburgh Evening News with his latest audio drama.
“Beautifully bizarre and laugh-out-loud funny, writer Paul Magrs’ wonderfully baroque dialogue suggests the star himself may have had some input… A riotous, fantastical, absurdist romp then… 82-year-old Tom has never sounded more at home than in Baker’s End.”
Baker’sEnd is released on 2nd September but is available to order now. The second instalment is in production now.
Read the full article HERE
Find out more and order Baker’s End from Bafflegab HERE