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Market Days Are Back...

When I was a child growing up in the North East, we didn’t have big out-of-town superstores. Or even big stores. When Eldon Square in Newcastle opened when I was a teenager, it was as if Las Vegas had been transported to the NE. 408 more words

Didsbury Life Events

Rain Definitely Didn't Stop Play...

…at the launch of the West Didsbury Makers’ Market on Sunday 25th May. In true Mancunian style, stallholders braved the elements and visitors simply put up their brollies as a fantastic range of arts & crafts and foodie independents rolled into West Didsbury. 191 more words

West Didsbury

Finally! We've got a market back in West Didsbury...

…it’s been a long time in the planning and a long time coming, but finally, it looks like we’ve got the market we’ve always wanted in West Didsbury. 315 more words

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West Didsbury Market - May

Whilst not wishing to put a hex on things, the summery weather seems to have gone into hiding. It’s the general rule that Didsbury/West Didsbury events should be accompanied by sunshine. 211 more words

Easter...

Well, we certainly can’t remember Easter being this extended before. But, we’re definitely not complaining. Easter was “late” this year – but combined with regular bank holidays and with  the added bonus of another thrown in for the Royal Wedding, it’s proved to be a much needed, and extended, Spring break. 309 more words

West Didsbury Market #2 - In Images

The second West Didsbury Market rolled into town on Saturday 23 April. The sun shone and once again, West Didsbury had a great day. Although numbers seemed slightly down on the last market, this could easily be attributed to the fact that many people had gone away to enjoy the glut of bank holidays packed into this particular Easter holiday. 207 more words

West Didsbury Market is Coming. But, there's more...

So, we’re nearly there. With huge thanks to the girls at Silver Apples, Anna at And The Dish Ran Away With The Spoon, the West Didsbury Residents’ Association and Manchester Markets. 198 more words