For 2022 Manchester Museum is celebrating South Asian Heritage Month with an unmissable two-day festival featuring film, music, workshops and more. Until the Museum opens again next year, you can enjoy this year’s South Asian Heritage Month festival at the Whitworth. The two-day family event will take place on 22 & 23 July at the […]
With all of your favourite characters, head to The Nickelodeon Experience in Heaton Park for an interactive family adventure. From Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Paw Patrol to Henry Danger and Spongebob Squarepants – The Nickolodeon Experience is fun for all ages.
Discover the treasures in Elizabeth Gaskell’s garden this summer with your family and friends. The Elizabeth Gaskell’s House Family Garden Trail will launch on Wednesday 20 July and run throughout the school summer holidays on open days. Learn fun facts, make discoveries and find fun things to do as you make your way around the […]
Would you like to try something new this half term? If you are aged 8+ years and would like to learn how to hand sew, come along to Central Library. Join artist Ibukun Baldwin in creating a special handmade banner. Leading up to Refugee Week, which runs from 20-26 June 2022, Ibukun will hold a […]
A festival exploring climate change will take place across Greater Manchester from 8 – 12 June. With art exhibitions, talks and family activities, this is a festival for the whole community. There are also lots of ways to get involved – as a group or on your own. Events will mainly take place across four […]
Head down to the Jubilee Fun Day at David Lewis Recreation Ground. With a teddy bear picnic, mini Olympics and FC United, there are fun and games for all the family.
Would you like to find out more about bees and the life of a beekeeper? Well, every week – during the beekeeping season – The Manchester and District Beekeepers open the doors of the historical Dower House, home of the Heaton Park Bees. Inside, there is an observation hive – where you can get up […]
Visit the RSPB information stand in Heaton Park to hear all about the work the charity does. You can also find out how you can get involved too. The RSPB will be visiting Heaton Park at the Lakeside on the 14 and 30 May. It’s free and no need to book.
It’s all happening at Hulme Park this Easter. Enjoy an exciting afternoon of fun family-friendly activities. There will be an egg hunt and lots of games as well as a climate change activity, sports and litter picking. Lots of free fun and community building for all ages.
Barrack Park are working with New Hope Church to put on an amazing event this Easter. Young people and their families can join in with football and a PlayStation tournament. And don’t worry if gaming isn’t your thing. There are lots of other things happening too. This is a full community day of activity: expect […]