21st May 2024 | By Raphael Boyd

Levenshulme hoping to host first markets since 2023

Levenshulme will continue to host their first markets since the popular community-run Levenshulme markets were stopped. A new makers market has made its debut in...

21st May 2024 | By Raphael Boyd

The Levenshulme queer run club gaining popularity

A new club geared towards members of the LGBTQ+ community has launched in Manchester, with organisers hoping the club will attract queer people from around...

20th May 2024 | By Raphael Boyd

Levenshulme based exhibit leaving at the end of the month

A photography exhibit that has caught the eye of many around Manchester will be moving from its home on Levenshulme. 20 Year Party People, which...

19th March 2024 | By Raphael Boyd

Manchester bike thefts to be tackled as new scheme announced

A new initiative looks to cut the rate of bicycle thefts in Manchester.

19th March 2024 | By Raphael Boyd

The small Levenshulme repair café making a big impact

A repair café in Levenshulme is doing its part to help the environment, whilst also bringing the community together. 


8th March 2022 | By Eddie Toomer-McAlpine

Levenshulme Old Library celebrates International Women’s Day with week of community events

Levenshulme Old Library is celebrating International Women’s Day with a series of events throughout the week including a night of spoken word compered by Rebecca Kenny.  Ten...

Illegal Tobacco

2nd February 2022 | By Joseph O'Shea

‘A toxic cocktail of chemicals’: sniffer dog seeks out 5kg of illegal tobacco

A sniffer dog has found 5kg of illegal tobacco after a routine inspection by police. The tobacco was found in the form of 13,050 cigarettes and 4.5kg of...


16th December 2021 | By James Stow

Dad enlisted help of young daughters to build his own BMW electric car during lockdown

A LEVENSHULME dad built his very own electric vehicle over lockdown with the help of his family. Inspired by his daughters’ love of cars, father-of-two Tom...


4th November 2021 | By Keiron Watkin

Low traffic scheme in Levenshulme has seen a mixed response – what’s next?

A traffic management scheme designed to get cars off the road and encourage more people to cycle has received a mixed response in a south...


2nd November 2021 | By Eddie Toomer-McAlpine

Levenshulme station to get disabled access but more must be done say campaigners 

Levenshulme train station is to be given step-free access after years of campaigning by residents who say society must do more for passengers with disabilities. ...


28th September 2021 | By Eddie Toomer-McAlpine

Bankley Gallery in Levenshulme showcases work from 20 artists selected from annual open call

The past 18 months of lockdown has influenced many artists' work which are all linked by what exhibition judge and Manchester photographer Simon Buckley describes as "a sense of melancholy, loneliness and fear" 

Levenshulme sign

6th November 2020 | By Kiah-Azriel Freer

Proposed road blocks in Levenshulme causing divide and confusion among residents

A Levenshulme neighbourhood project has met with backlash from residents who feel they have been left out of important decisions about roadblocks. The current proposal...


27th June 2020 | By Sarai Van-Cook

Levenshulme cyclists take to street to protest against council’s refusal to install pop-up cycling lanes

A human chain of cyclists formed in Levenshulme to criticise Manchester City Council’s “disappointing” response to a bid for government funding for pop-up cycle lanes across...


13th November 2018 | By Valentina Ojeda

Campaign launched to introduce better lighting in Cringle Park in Levenshulme for a safer community

Located in the heart of Levenshulme, Cringle Park is a green space for families, dog owners and everyone alike to enjoy. But during the winter...


9th April 2018 | By Sanaa Reddy

Manchester allotment project helps refugees integrate into the community

An allotment in Levenshulme is bringing together refugees who have come to the UK in search of a better life. The project was founded eight years ago...