A newly-formed West Didsbury action group is calling on Manchester City Council to abandon its plans for a residents’ car parking scheme in the area.
Save West Didsbury is warning that the proposed scheme would damage the success and vibrancy of... continue reading
Please join us at The Albert Club on Sunday 17 April for the launch of an exciting new cookbook.
Didsbury Dinners: The Low-Carbon Community Cookbook aims to get us all thinking creatively about food sustainability. All proceeds from the sale o... continue reading
After a long campaign by a group of West Didsbury residents, Manchester City Council is currently undertaking a consultation entitled "Environmental Improvement and Residents Parking Scheme Proposals".
If the proposals get the go ahead they wi... continue reading
There is going to be loads to get up to this summer in Didsbury and with fingers crossed that the weather is going to be nice, here are a few dates you may want to stick in your diary for the next few months in Didsbury:
Didsbury Festival 2011... continue reading
Located on School Lane, the Airyfairy Cake Boutique is now open! After weeks of making sure the place looks exactly how the Chief Airyfairy imagined, the Boutique is now serving beautiful cupcakes, layer cakes, loaf cakes, brownies, cake pops and... continue reading
On Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd April Bond Fashion's West Didsbury Branch will be celebrating it's 4th birthday.
Why not come and join us for a glass of prosecco and cake to celebrate! Customers who spend over £25 on the day will receive a fre... continue reading
Didsbury Arts Festival 2011 will take place 24 September to 1 October
Want to be part of this community arts festival – participate, volunteer, sponsor an event?
Film and visual arts events, including the Festival Gallery, Music, comedy, danc... continue reading
Didsbury Civic Society talk "Abney Hall and the Watts family of Didsbury"
A talk by Christine Hession (Abney Hall & Cheadle Historian) takes place at 7.30pm Saturday, 2nd April at Emmanuel Lower Hall (behind Church on Barlow Moor Road)
Tic... continue reading
Film competition a first for Didsbury Arts Festival 2011 opens on 4th April.
Didsbury Arts Festival has announced an exciting, new addition to its 2011 programme with plans for its first ever short film competition.
The event, intended as a... continue reading
Friday 27 May 2011 is Manchester Neighbours' Day.
The aim is to strengthen local communities by encouraging groups of neighbours to meet and get to know each other better, by arranging street parties, environmental projects, fun days or any small ... continue reading
Taken March 2011, these photographs show all areas of construction between Palatine Road and School Lane on the Chorlton and Didsbury Metrolink Extension.
You can also view our Metrolink page for more information.
Thank... continue reading
In a cruel twist of EU red tape, Didsbury has been twinned with itself. The announcement made today by Manchester City Council confirms that from June 2011 procedures will be put in place to make the twinning public, including updating all 'Welcome t... continue reading
Sanctuary Bar in Didsbury are launching a new Thursday night which runs from 7 until midnight every week.
"Want a more exciting thursday evening?! Well come on down to the Sanctuary for the launch of our new thursday evenings!
This new nigh... continue reading
Mother's Day is this Sunday and Harriet and Dee is open all weekend.
There are all sorts of lovely treasures that will make a special lady feel truely appreciated, whether it's a new charm for a Pandora Bracelet, a beautiful scented candle or ... continue reading
Mothers Day Gifts and Ideas
Funk Boutique on School Lane have some great Mothers Day gifts if you're still looking for that certain something to hand over to your mother on 3rd April.
Special Offer - discount voucher (upto £20 off next pu... continue reading
Mothers Day this year falls on 3rd April. If you haven't yet made plans to say thanks to your mother for all the wonderful things she's done for you over the years then here is your chance. A collection of special mothers day options for you to consi... continue reading
The Greening and Growing Team of Didsbury Civic Society invite you to an afternoon meeting at Emmanual Church, Barlow Moor Road Saturday 26 March 2.00 – 4.00pm
The proposed Archimedean Screw Hydro Elect... continue reading
Meeting Thursday 24th March @ 7pm
The metal, glass, and now in some cases plastic canopy that shades the shop entrances on Lapwing Lane has deteriorated greatly in the last 20 years and is now of concern to the Didsbury Civic Society.
The c... continue reading
So Barlow Moor Road doesn't do very well when it comes to being open to traffic. First the now infamous Didsbury Hole, then the Didsbury Hole returned and now roadworks around the main junction in Didsbury Village.
Although Barlow Moor Road is... continue reading
When we launched our local business profiles earlier this month, we promised regular updates and new functionality and we weren't kidding.
We've just updated the site to allow anyone who has signed up for a free Fetch account to connect to local b... continue reading
The Northern will be hosting a night of wine, latin food and salsa dancing on 16th April from 7.30pm.
The event will begin with South American wine tasting, followed by a latin food tasting plate from Latin Kitch and then a change to watch a salsa... continue reading
This Saturday Bond Didsbury Village are having a party to celebrate their first birthday!
"We'd be delighted if you could join us for a glass of prosecco and a cupcake. We also have gorgeous scarves worth £15 to give away on the day to anyon... continue reading
Didsbury Open Gardens 2011 takes place on Sunday June 12th. It's an event run by volunteers to rain money for St Ann's Hospice and various other charities and to has raised more than £20,000.
The target for 2011 is to reach the £25,000 total... continue reading
St Patrick’s Day Taster Evenings at The Didsbury
Sunday 13th - Tuesday 15th & Thursday 17th March
To celebrate St. Patrick, Ireland’s beloved patron saint, head to The Didsbury for a special celebration of Irish food and drink. They’ve crea... continue reading
Manchester Friends of the Earth is calling on the Greater Manchester Integrated Transport Authority (GMITA) to stop Metrolink installing a series of steps into the Trans-Pennine Trail (TPT) which would create a major barrier to local people and visit... continue reading
When? 2pm, Saturday 12 March 2011
Where? Oxfam shop, Wilmslow Road, Didsbury
What? Oxfam volunteers chain themselves to railings outside the shop to commemorate suffragettes’ struggle on International Women's Day.
Women dressed in suffrage... continue reading
We've wanted to do this for a long time and behind the scenes we’ve been working hard to bring Didsbury businesses free quality business profiles and Didsbury residents a better way of searching for the products and services they want in and arou... continue reading
Ever wanted to channel your inner craftiness? Inspired by Channel 4's Homemade Home but don't know where to start? Then 'The Classroom on School Lane' is the place for you.
Opening in April, The Classroom on School Lane is already taking bookings ... continue reading
Latin Kitchen are offering the readers of Fetch Didsbury an incredible 25% discount. That's everything on the menu discounted by 25% until 16th April 2011.
Latin Kitchen are a local independent which started as the idea of Columbian Jaime Andr... continue reading
Squatters have moved into the flat above The Royal Bank of Scotland in West Didsbury and hung banners between it's windows to protest against the bonuses RBS recently paid out to banker employees.
The Squatters put their banners on show over the w... continue reading
Didsbury Arts Festival 2011 will take place 24th September to 1st October 2011
Want to be part of this community arts festival– participate, volunteer, sponsor an event?
Want to host an event at your venue?
We welcome new works and artis... continue reading
On now and until 29th March, The Didsbury are taking part in the 6 week Chef and Brewer Cask Ale Festival.
"The quality and range of cask ale in British pubs has never been better and it provides a wealth of flavours for all palates. If you've... continue reading
Chorlton Arts Festival has received a record number of submissions from the community this year, with in excess of 200 applications sent in by the deadline in January.
Organisers are delighted about the continued popularity of the event, now e... continue reading
Update: You can now see the outcome of the competition. Vintage Sweethearts Reunited by Cupid
Just got engaged? Congratulations! Now, how would you like a vintage style engagement photo shoot with all the trimmings worth £700 completely FREE of c... continue reading
Saturday 5 March
Oxfam in Didsbury will celebrate World Book Day by giving away almost 100 free books on Saturday 5 March.
Customers at the charity bookshop will have the opportunity to take home brand new copies of Carol Ann Duffy’s accl... continue reading
Rhubarb, a well respected West Didsbury Restaurant, has appointed Michelin trained Bryn Evans as head chef. Bryn will be bringing his own unique style of Modern British cuisine with a re-launch of the menu this week.
Mark Ramsden, chef- p... continue reading
Manchester City Council have been in touch to ask us to let you all know about 4 days of West Didsbury disruption...
The dates have been moved to 26th / 27th February and 5th / 6th March.
The affected part of Burton Road (according to ... continue reading
Thursday 24th February 10am to 12.30pm
We invite you to join us for free team coffee and socialising, plus find out about the exciting products and services provided to you at no charge by ourselves and our partners.
Me... continue reading
For today only, Wednesday 23rd February you can buy vouchers to get a fish pedicure (usually £23) at Heaven Spa on Lapwing Lane Didsbury for only £10, with a glass of wine.
"Having fish nibbling at your toes might not sound like the heig... continue reading
Update: These dates are no longer accurate
Teaching and meditations on methods we can use in our daily life to find inner peace. Everyone Welcome. £6 (£4 concession.)
Where: Parrswood High School-Main Entrance
When: Thursday 17th February 20... continue reading
Funk Boutique on School Lane are holding a 50% and 75% off Designer Jewellery Sale, with some items as little as £5!
In All Her Finery
Made In Manchester
Satin Glove... continue reading
There is a quiz night this friday, 18th February at The Northern on Palatine Road, West Didsbury. It's £1 per person to enter and starts at 8.30pm. There will be drink promotions and food available. Prizes are drinks vouchers.
Palat... continue reading
Jude's Cakery Bakery is a Didsbury based bakery offering bespoke Wedding/Christening/Birthday cakes and cupcakes.
Jude's Cakery Bakery is running a competition to win a dozen cupcakes. Just like her Facebook page and when the target of 350 fan... continue reading
In the February Half Term, Manchester City will be bring 'City in the Community' to Fog Lane park Monday to Friday.
The activity is free of charge, open to 8-16 year olds and takes place between 12.30 and 2pm daily from 21st to 25th Feb 2011.
Y... continue reading
£25 or £18 (with dog wash or groom) when you quote Fetch Didsbury before 31st March 2011.
Each year, 300,000 animals go missing in the UK. Microchipping is the most effective way of identifying a lost pet. If the animal is not chipped and does... continue reading
Wing Chun - A Southern Chinese Combat Art. - 'Born out of tradition, shaped by real life.'
Classes: Studio 25, 25 Church Street, Manchester City Centre M4 1PE / Tue & Thu - 6.30pm to 8pm
One 2 One: f2k gym, 3 School Lane, Manchester, Didsbury... continue reading
South Manchester's fitness challenge is here - The Elite Boot Camp!
Have fun, get fitter, feel great.
Boot camps are total body workouts which boost your metabolism to tone & tighten up, zap the beer-belly, or drop a dress size. You’ll incr... continue reading
West Didsbury Street Market is currently not taking place
Didsbury Food Market is dead. Long live the West Didsbury Street Market!
Didsbury Food Market only lasted a couple of months before it was closed down due to complaints from local bu... continue reading
Oxfam Didsbury would love to have some bands (girls or boys!) for 30th April for a fun day. There will be craft stalls, kids games, face painting, cupcakes, homemade lemonade and more!
Would need to be an acoustic set and it will be similar to th... continue reading