Is May the best month of the year? Offering lighter evenings, warmer weather and what seems like endless bank holidays – we’re going to say yes.
Although the first bank holiday has been and gone, the second one is just around the corner. If you’ve not already filled your calendar with loads of fun things to do, we’ve got you covered!
Here’s a list of some fun, family-friendly activities going on around Greater Manchester this bank holiday weekend…
Friends of Clayton Vale, have arranged their famous Quacky Races fundraising day and you’re invited to come along.
Axe throwing, reptiles and craft stalls are just a few things you can expect to see this Sunday.
If you’re a big fan of fast cars and motor racing, you’re in for a treat!
Startrax Oval Racing will transform Belle Vue Greyhound Stadium, Gorton, into a stock car and banger racing spectacle this Monday.
The UK’s biggest tribute band festival, Rockstock, is taking over Woodbank Park in Offerton this bank holiday weekend.
This two-day, family-friendly event will showcase electrifying sets from some of Europe’s biggest and best rock/ indie bands.
The Levenshulme Market is back tomorrow from 10 am till 4 pm!
Enjoy live music, kids activities and amazing street food at the Levenshulme train station car park – it’s going to be a great family day out!
The annual Marple Bridge summer street party is back this Saturday.
Organised by the Marple Bridge Association, this years’ street party will feature food, drink, live music – and giant lollipops.
Every month West Didsbury welcome back the Makers Market, located close to Withington Community Hospital.
The market offers a selection of the North West’s finest food, drink, art, design and vintage.