Manchester Youth Zone - Holiday Inclusive Youth Sessions

Manchester Youth Zone is a charity run youth centre which gives anyone aged 8-21 (up to 25 for those with additional needs) somewhere to go, something to do, and someone to talk to. Membership costs just £5 per year and 50p a visit.

Junior  Inclusive sessions Tuesday

 Age 8 - 12 years

Time 3.30pm - 8pm

Senior Inclusive sessions Wednesday

 Age  13-19 (up to 25 with additional needs)

Time 6.30pm - 10pm

We deliver enhanced Inclusion session on Tuesday for our Junior members and Wednesday for our senior members, which means we employ additional staff to support young people with additional need and or disability.

Our session timetable can be viewed here


Who to contact

0161 203 5333 0161 203 5333
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Parent Organisation
Manchester Youth Zone

Where to go

Manchester Youth Zone
931 Rochdale Road
M9 8AE
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Time / Date Details

When is it on
Please note the following dates that the Inclusive Sessions will be running over the Easter 2017 Junior sessions, 8-12 years olds – Tuesday, Thursday 3:30-8pm & Fridays 3:30-6pm (Juniors closed Good Friday) Saturday Morning Football 10:30-12pm (closed Easter Saturday) Senior sessions, 13-19 years olds (25 with additional needs) – Monday, Wednesday, Fridays & Saturdays 6:30-10pm Everybody Can session - Sundays 12:30-2pm (Closed Easter Sunday) Girls Only Sports - Sundays 2-4pm (Closed Easter Sunday)
Time of day


50p per night - Open 7 days


Age Ranges
8 - 21 years
Referral not required
Referral Details

We have no catchment area and young people are welcome to attend regardless of where they live.

Other notes
The Factory Youth Zone can cater for young people with additional needs: We also offer young people the chance to be part of a mentoring programme in which an adult helps them achieve their goals and targets in life: Young people looking to get into work can also get help from our Employability Coordinator:

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