Walk for Women

Family friendly

A young woman holding a handmade sign saying the future is female.
Image credit: IWD

This walk around Manchester city centre offers the opportunity to come together with family, friends, colleagues, and strangers too – and share your passion for equality and creating opportunities for Manchester women.

Please bring fun, safe and noisy instruments to bang, or you can make the most of your voice and join in with our chants. Anyone can take part, whether you’re on your own or part of a group.

You can register online (via this link) to give us an idea of attendance.

Please meet at 12 noon on Mount Street, behind Central Library (by the John Cassidy ‘Ardrift’ statue). We’ll be making our way along Mount Street and through Albert Square to Brazennose Street, before turning right into Deansgate and continuing to Manchester Cathedral.

There are rest stops along the way and dropped kerbs for wheelchair access. If you’re not a regular walker we’d recommend bringing a bottle of water with you.

Plan your visit

St Peter's Square
Greater Manchester,
M2 5PD

One of Manchester’s greatest landmarks, Central Library is a building of architectural beauty and a place for knowledge and learning.

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