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    Heaton Park

    Heaton Park is a huge family park owned by Manchester City Council, four miles north of the city centre and where there is so much to see and do that you'll keep coming back again and again. Heaton Park is one of the largest municipal parks…

    Hewlett Johnson Playing Fields

    Facilities include Children's Play Area, Multi Sports Area, and Football pitches. Dogs are excluded from these areas.

    Hey Little Cupcake!

    We are based in Manchester City Centre just off Little Quay Street, Spinningfields. Here you will find a selection of freshly baked Cupcakes, Cakepops and Brownies daily. We also serve Illy Coffee, Tea Pigs, Hot Chocolate and homemade lemonade to take-away or enjoy in our…

    HideOut Youth Zone

    Set to open in Spring 2020, HideOut Youth Zone will be a safe and inspiring place for thousands of young people aged 8 – 19, and up to 25 for those with additional needs, to enjoy their leisure time. Located on Hyde Road in Gorton,…

    Holidays (Disabled Children) with St Vincent de Paul Society

    The SVP provides breaks for children and families who would not otherwise be able to have a holiday. Find out more on our website

    HOME Arts Centre - AMP (Accessible Music Productions) Workshops

    The first Tuesday evening of each month
    AMP (Accessible Music Productions) is HOME’s free monthly workshop project for music lovers, makers and shakers aged 18-25 with different abilities and additional needs.Working in partnership with Venture Arts, AMP workshops support musicians to write, play and create music from an eclectic mix of sounds.Sessions take place on…

    HOME Arts Centre - Autism Friendly / Relaxed Theatre and Film Events

    Monthly screenings and selected theatre dates through the year
    Relaxed events at HOME are designed for people with autism spectrum conditions and their families so they can enjoy the arts together in a stress-free environment.These events are also suitable for people with sensory conditions or learning difficulties. Events include the below: Relaxed Screenings – taking place every month in…

    HOME Arts Centre - House Party for 18-25 year olds

    The event takes place every three months approx. Information will be published on the website a month in advance.
    An accessible inclusive club/music night at HOME Manchester, for young people aged 18 - 25 years old.House Party is aimed at music lovers, makers, movers and shakers with different abilities and additional needs. Featuring: Live music Dancing DJ Disco This event is strictly for ages…

    Hoop - What's on for kids

    Hoop helps families discover what's on for kids. Listing 100,000 different family activities each month, the ad-free, free to download app makes it easy to discover activities, events and classes happening locally for kids. Trusted by 1,000,000+ parents nationwide.

    The Hub Manchester

    Manchester Have An Endless Choice Of Transport Systems When you’re in Manchester there are numerous ways of getting around seeing all parts of the town, from shopping to The Old Trafford. We offer transporting solutions for people of all ages and disabilities.