Manchester's Community Calendar

Our Partners

  • The African Caribbean Care Group (ACCG) is a registered charity providing Health and Social care support to adults in Manchester, Trafford, Salford and Stockport.

  • The Hulme and Moss Side Age Friendly Partnership are working to make Hulme and Moss Side a better place to be for the over 50s.

  • Aquarius


    Community centre and over 50s group in Hulme.

  • Bent Hedonism


    BENT is a queer-centred day rave in Manchester, UK.

  • A vibrant, welcoming place, offering a wide variety of activities including health and fitness, IT support, room hire, local interest groups and a warm welcome.

  • The Centre is managed by Broadway Community Development Group, a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) - Charity Registration number 1157066.

  • The Brooks building, located at Manchester Metropolitan University's Birley campus, was opened in October 2014.

  • We work with urban communities in Greater Manchester to create access to cultural opportunities where people can stand up, speak out, challenge social justice issues and inspire change.

  • Community arts based programmes to support wellbeing

  • We are Cornbrook Medical Practice. We welcome and treat all patients equally irrespective of age, race, religion, disability, gender, HIV status or sexual orientation.

  • Dunstan Court


    Dunstan Court is a happy and safe environment offering accommodation for rent to people over the age of 60, who want independent living with the benefit of an on-site manager.

  • Europia


    Our mission is to provide information and practical support to European migrants and citizens in Greater Manchester in order to promote their full participation in British life.

  • Fatty Acid


    Aggressively Queer, Radically Tender.

  • FC United of Manchester are a Manchester based community & fan owned football club born in 2005.

  • Feel Good Club

  • We provide an ecosystem of support for women- through networking events, personal development, peer learning and consultancy.

  • The Friends of Hulme Park was established in June 2018 for residents and community groups to work together to ensure the park is looked after and used to its full potential for the benefit of the whole community.

  • Fruit Salad Writers

    Ancoats & Beswick

    A welcoming, queer community writing group.

  • Uniting technology, activism and research to work towards a fairer society.

  • Global Arts Manchester was founded to encourage people to participate in the visual arts and learn more about diversity.

  • Global Arts Manchester (GAM) promotes and develops the diverse practice, understanding and appreciation of visual art from a global perspective among all the communities of Manchester. GAM centers the

  • Greater Manchester Tenants Union are levelling the playing field between tenants and landlords.

  • Community Forum, Hulme

  • A garden centre with a difference that makes a difference!

  • Hulme had the very first branch library of Manchester’s free library – which was itself the country’s first free library.

  • Tenants Union in Hulme fighting gentrification and bad landlords.

  • The Ibrahim Maine Centre is developing a safe environment extending the boundaries of health and social care provisions.

  • The Kath Locke Centre combines the best in conventional NHS healthcare alongside complementary therapies to offer a complete approach to health and well-being.

  • 'To make the community more useful and beautiful than when you first found it".

  • Explore Manchester’s world-famous Gay Village with Josh’s LGBT+ Manchester Walking Tour!

  • LINK’s aim is to provide a Good Neighbours Scheme to help people in our community - in Rusholme, Fallowfield and Moss Side, and since September 2014 we have also expanded into Hulme and Whalley Range.

  • Love Hangover


    Lovehangover is a queer neighbourhood disco which travels the suburbs and provides a much needed space away from the garish Gay Village.

  • M13 Youth Project works with over 600 young people a year in Ardwick, Manchester to promote fun, learning, action and change, within young people, our workers and the communities in which we live and work.

  • Mad Theatre Company


    We are MaD Theatre Company, a charity that provides quality drama workshops for disadvantaged young people and adults of all abilities in Manchester. We enable our members to gain experience and skill

  • Manchester Ballroom Community , a space for LGBTQ+ POC’s to find community,and teaching of the different categories in ballroom and its history.

  • The North Neighbourhood team is the lead responsibility for the management and development of the neighbourhood and are responsible for ensuring that services delivered at a neighbourhood level are kept within the standards expected. We also provide support and act as the lead contact for local councillors, ensuring effective communication and engagement on neighbourhood issues and plans.

  • Manchester Museum is the UK’s leading university museum and a proud part of the University of Manchester.

  • The University of Manchester is a public research university in Manchester, England.

  • The Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama is a performance space situated at the heart of The University of Manchester’s campus.

  • Morrisso Health


    Welcome to Morrisso Health, we are a social enterprise supporting health and well-being in the communities of North Manchester, with weekly activities such as seated exercise classes and sign language cafe.

  • Moss Side Millennium Powerhouse sits on the old site of Moss Side Youth Club.

  • If this is Manchester’s coolest local library it’s because the local teenagers who use it also designed it.

  • We aim to improve the green space of Moston Brook for people and wildlife. We have woodlands, waterside and walks to enjoy with our very own nature reserve in the heart of Moston. We run events for all ages & have opportunities for volunteering.

  • Moston Meadows Residents Association support local community and events. At our quarterly meetings we share information regarding community issues.

  • The Miners Working Men’s Club was a social club on a working-class estate in North Manchester until it was left and neglected.

  • Mxer MCR


    Mxer is a relaxed social group for nonbinary and questioning adults, based in Manchester.

  • NEPHRA Good Neighbours is an established, volunteer based community organisation founded in August 2004. We became a Registered Charity No. 1160433 in April 2015. We believe that every person should have access to services and feel connected to their community.

  • New Hope Fellowship Church is in the heart of Manchester, we exist to support people in their spiritual needs, sharing God's love and passion among the community. We are passionate people, come and visit us!

  • New Moston Home Watch Association is a long-standing group, celebrating thirty years next year. The group is extremely active, and we hold monthly meetings, regularly attracting around 40 Coordinators, Police and Councillors. These have proved to be fantastic ways of neighbours getting to know each other, working together to look at ways to reduce crime and work in partnership with other organisations to resolve their issues. We have a great community spirit; crime is reduced, and residents feel safer.

  • A venue for this generation – paying homage to the places where scenes were born, raised and nurtured.

  • No Borders MCR is a grassroots organisation working in Greater Manchester to resist the hostile environment.

  • Northern Nasties


    Trans and working-class led Makina club night. This event centres and platforms Trans and queer DJs and MCs but allies are welcome.

  • Obado


    We are OBADO. Creating Daily Opportunities For Older Black Africans in the Community.

  • The Old Abbey Taphouse re-opened in October 2016 as a STEAM (that's Science Technology Engineering Arts and Maths) focused hub in a pub.

  • Olive Pathway

    Greater Manchester

    Tackling violence and abuse within BAME communities

  • One Manchester is a provider of housing and community services.

  • Connect, have fun, make friends and learn new skills at People First Wellbeing groups.

  • Events managed directly by the PlaceCal team.

  • Queer as F*ck


    Queer as F*ck is a free open mic in the heart of Manchester that solely showcases queer artists in music, spoken word, comedy and more.

  • RAH! @ MMU


    RAH! (Research in Arts and Humanities) is the public engagement programme of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at Manchester Metropolitan University.

  • Rekindle is a new supplementary school opening in South Manchester, October 2021. The school has been conceived and created by local young people.

  • transforming men and women rising form the ashes

  • Shakti Alchemy


  • On the legacy of Kurdistan arts and culture , Culture Bridge was created in 2018 as a community group and as a constituted group in November 2020.

  • Sow the City

    Moss Side

    Sow the City is an award winning social enterprise based in Manchester.

  • Working in partnership with the Manchester Proud Trust, Radicle Comedy is inviting LGBT+ young people to take part a series of online comedy workshops.

  • As a church that is part of the Church of England, we are the parish church for New Moston in the Diocese of Manchester. We believe and trust in one God who is Father, Son and Holy Spirit - the Trinity of God’s Love. Our Church offers a large worship space and events centre, open to all. At the heart of all we do here, we seek to bring our community together in God’s Kingdom of love, joy and peace. We want to include and support all who may visit us, and seek to develop projects in partnership with others to further this.

  • At St Mary's Church we work hard to be a place where people can feel welcome and where everyone can feel at home. It is our vision to show and share God's love and compassion, in all we say and do, in our church family and our local community.

  • Manchester's only weekly Ecstatic Dance. Meditative dance journey inviting you to explore, expand and discover a new freedom through movement.

  • Sydney Jones Court is located in the heart of Manchester and consists of 42 one bedroom retirement flats. On-site facilities include a communal lounge, laundry room, guest room, a mobile library and well groomed communal gardens. Weekly Social Activities include: bingo, social events, outings or trips , organised by residents.

  • T4T Club

  • A community centre in Rusholme offering a space to the Community.

  • The Boiler House

    Moss Side

    The Boiler House provides workshop space, equipment and materials for people to make things and come together to develop their practical and creative skills.

  • Manchester’s LGBT+ centre is a thriving youth and community centre, based on Sidney Street in the heart of the city.

  • The Lighthouse Hub CIC

    Gorton & Abbey Hey

  • The Proud Trust


    The Proud Trust is an LGBT+ youth charity empowering young people to be proud of who they are.

  • The Redbricks AKA Bentley House estate consists of three parallel streets three storey high walk-up flats.

  • The Resonance Centre

    Clayton & Openshaw

    A well-being hub serving the community through connection, community and social inclusion.

  • The Yard


    The Yard Theatre is available for hire for a wide range of events, including rehearsals, performance, meetings, training events, regular classes or personal occasions.

  • Grassroots mutual aid group, redistributing resources and providing support to trans and nonbinary people in Greater Manchester, UK.

  • Trinity House

    Moss Side

    Trinity House Community Resource Centre exists to provide a safe and accessible centre providing education, training, personal development and recreational services for the benefit of children, young people, parents and carers.



    UCOMM are exploring taking their beneficiaries for walks in the public parks.

  • The Whitworth is an art gallery in Manchester, England, containing about 55,000 items in its collection. The gallery is located in Whitworth Park and is part of the University of Manchester.

  • Will Griffiths Court is a retirement housing scheme managed by One Manchester in Moss Side.

  • Empowering women in our community

  • A space for women and girls to have a creative voice within the wider debate about women’s issues.

  • We provide holistic support for women and girls who have experienced significant adversity, helping them build their confidence and support network, so they can thrive.

  • Work for Change provides co-operatively managed workspace including offices, artists studios, workshops, cafe and theatre space.

  • A drop-in advice and support service for community members age 50+ who may be experiencing dementia, isolation and loneliness or other health issues.

  • Z-Arts


    Arts and creative hub for young people, with a theatre, gallery, music studio and rehearsal spaces.

  • The Zion Centre has been providing support and resources to the people of Hulme and the surrounding area since 1991.