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Residents’ Associations:

Many areas of Didsbury have their own Residents’ Association. If you live in Didsbury you may wish to make contact with your local Residents Association as they are often looking for support and volunteers to help with fund raising and local area improvements.

West Didsbury Residents’ Association

Monitoring all planning applications to make sure they are in keeping with our Conservation Area status architecturally and do not involve unnecessary tree loss, work with local businesses and residents to apply for street trees, benches, planters, hanging baskets and Christmas trees and lights to keep our streets alive and attractive, inform all our members by email of every local issue or council decision which may affect the area, liaise closely with our MP, local councillors and council officers, work to conserve local wildlife and to protect the natural environment and hold regular social events.

Didsbury Lanes

The Hub for Didsbury Lanes Residents and Businesses, an area contained within Wilmslow Road and Barlow Moor Road.

  • Website: http://www.dlra.org/
  • Twitter: https://twitter.com/didsburylanes

Didsbury Park Residents’ Association

Covers the area bounded by Didsbury Park, Wilmslow Road, Parrswood Road and includes The Grove

Didsbury Village East Residents’ Association

Formed in 2008 DVERA aim to be a formal representative and collective voice of residents, a forum for discussion of issues in our area, identify sources of funding to promote the association, represent our area to the wider local groups e.g. Didsbury in Bloom and encourage getting to know our neighbours

  • Website: http://www.dvera.co.uk/

You may also find these local groups of interest:

Didsbury Civic Society

Founded in 1966, Didsbury Civic Society aspires to represent the interests of residents of all ages in an ever-changing world, support the needs of local businesses, preserve the heritage and yet be aware of the needs of development, encourage a greater awareness of local history, promote a feeling of community pride, welcome and encourage local and council participation and improve the quality of life for people who live and work in Didsbury.

Friends of Didsbury Park

The Friends of Didsbury Park was formed in 2003 in order to help keep Didsbury Park beautiful.