Since opening its first centre in 2005, Head Over Heels has become a Chorlton institution: it’s unlikely you’ll find anyone under 18 who hasn’t played or partied there!
Tired of life in the fast lane? A community group offers life at four miles per hour. Emma Dawkins, a director of All Aboard Manchester, speaks to Deborah Grace. All Aboard is a group of five parents who were regular users of Trafford Council’s Openlock Project, which offered residential […]
DAF’s back! With 100 amazing events packed into nine days, this year’s festival will be bigger and better than ever – and it’s all right on your doorstep! With live music, visual arts, film, drama, comedy, family fun and much, much more, there’s certainly something for […]
The daffodils are opening up their flowery wings, after-school afternoons are getting lighter and all at once, Chorlton feels like it’s about to reach full bloom. Tess Gee has a spring in her step.
Tessa Gee looks forward to family-friendly treats, Chorlton-style. Chocolate, chipolatas and Christmas cheer.