Welcome to your neighbourhood page, Old Moat and Withington residents!
Follow the links across the page to find information about your area, and what we're planning to do here.
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In Withington, in 2020, we're committed to doing these things:
We will build and develop...
9 Units, Mixed-Tenure; Affordable Rent & Shared Ownership
- 5 x 3 Bed Homes for Shared Ownership
- 4 x 2 Bed Cottage Flats for Affordable Rent
Completion August 2019
64 Units, Mixed Tenure Affordable Rent & Shared ownership.
The development includes, age friendly living, independent living spaces, community café and treatment room.
The properties consist of:
- 10 x 2 Bed Homes for Shared Ownership House
- 21 x Age Friendly, 2 Bed apartments for Shared Ownership
- 6 x 1 Bed apartments for Affordable Rent
- 27 x 2 Bed apartments for Affordable Rent
Completion January 2021
14 units for Social Rent
- 6 x 1 bed Apartments
8 x 2 bed Apartments
Completion date anticipated early 2021
We will provide these age friendly and support services...
Old Moat Naturally Occurring Retirement Community (NORC)
Southway is working with local residents to create places for older people to meet and socialise.
Coffee mornings are held once a fortnight on Thursdays 10-12 at St Christopher’s Church Hall.
In addition there are monthly social and information events.
Old Moat Peer Support Network
The aim is to reduce loneliness and isolation and build a sense of neighbourliness and community by developing a network of trained older people acting as a Peer Support Network, who develop activities that create connections and improve wellbeing. We are looking for volunteers from Old Moat to become involved in the project. For more information please contact Cathy Ayrton.
LINKAGES is a social prescribing scheme operating in Old Moat / Withington and the surrounding areas, in partnership with three local GP practices. It is focussed on helping people over 50 connect with local activities and support. For more information please contact Cathy Ayrton, email@example.com Tel: 0161 448 4200.
Hoarding Support Group
We are in the process of setting up a hoarding support group at Withington Fire Station – more details will be confirmed soon.
We will address anti-social behaviour by...
We work with GMP and other agencies to develop a plan to improve the neighbourhood
With specialist services focussed around Easthope Close and Strathblane Close
- We will build and develop...
Events, courses and opportunities coming up in Withington. Please add your own community events by clicking Submit Event:
- Your Neighbourhood Officers
- Your Income Officers
Your Local Police Team
Constable Chris Turner
Sergeant Craig Hodson
Inspector Ian Thomson
PCSO James Lumb
PCSO Mark Fletcher
Inspector Shoheb Chowdhury
Contact your local team
Phone: 0161 856 4423
Your Community Centres and Libraries
Ladybarn Community HubRoyle StreetFallowfieldManchesterM14 6RN0161 225 2093
410 Wilmslow Rd, Manchester M20 3BD
0161 227 3720
Old Moat Sure Start Children's Centre
Old Moat Lane, Manchester, M20 1DE
0161 234 4711
Your GPs and Medical Centres
Ladybarn Group Practice
54 Briarfield Road, Withington, Manchester, M20 4SS
Borchardt Medical Centre
62 Whitchurch Road, Withington, Manchester, M20 1EB
Bodey Medical Centre
Ladybarn Court, 28 Ladybarn Ln, Manchester M14 6WP
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Do you have an idea that would make Withington an even greater place to live?
The Beautiful South Fund is funding of up to £2,500 for any group or individual with an idea focussed around community projects, whether they are big or small, that help improve and bring people together within your neighbourhood. The theme of the fund is neighbourliness.
Some community initiative ideas could include:
- Improving green space
- Funding local footy team
- Coffee mornings
- Neighbourly meet ups
Interested in applying?
Download the Application Form here.
If completing the form within your web browser, select Print > Save as PDF. to save the completed form.
Return it by email to Maureen Ward – firstname.lastname@example.org
Or contact 0161 448 4229 if you would like to request a paper application form.
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