A facebook group has been set up to support people,
particularly those having to self-isolate throughout Didsbury, Withington and Burnage.
Set up by Jen Sevaris she’s establishing if anyone can help by doing shop runs, getting medications etc for people who cannot get out to do so then please volunteer on the face book page. Please write the times you are free, your name and area you will travel to, if you have a car and if you are DBS checked or not. For anyone needing help or knows someone who needs help for anything like food, medication etc just ask for help and hopefully someone from our community will be able to help. https://www.facebook.com/groups/138973914166677/?ref=group_header
Cove is a recent addition to the hugely popular Burton Road scene in West Didsbury and is the new spot to be seen at!! Come Join in for good vibes, fabulous people, great tunes & the best of all your favourite drinks & rum cocktails!
for their ‘Old School Friday’ which takes place on the last Friday of each
month, perfect for those waiting for pay day before they head out for some rum
Have fun learning how to grow vegetables, herbs and fruit in your own garden or allotment
This is a relaxed workshop suitable for beginners taking place at the Didsbury Parsonage Trust, Stenner Lane on 7th March.
The topics covered will include –
● Choosing a good location for growing
● Preparing soil and/or raised beds
● Growing under cover in greenhouses or polytunnels
● Crop rotation and ‘No Dig’ methods
● Choosing the best varieties for your garden
● Sowing seeds indoors and outdoors, aftercare & pricking out
● Caring and harvesting your vegetables and fruit
● Dealing with pests, weeds and diseases organically
You will leave with a clear plan
of what to grow where and how to grow it.
Myself and Moharram visited Nuffield Health in Parrs Woood, Didsbury earlier this week and dropped off our newsletter stand along with some of our property newsletters. Please make sure you drop in to grab a copy and have a good read of what is happening in the market at the moment and all trends that are happening around Didsbury.
The stand is located in the cafe so if you’re having a coffee or a well deserved treat after a gym session, make sure you have a read and any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact myself or Moharram.
If you like film and need an excuse to get out of the house this cold and wet January, why not pop down to the Didsbury Library on Wednesday 22nd January and watch the new Downton Abbey film? Oh, and did we mention it’s completely free!?
Feel free to bring your own snacks & drinks, and get
ready to have a ‘reel’ fun time!