Didsbury Parsonage Trust

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Old Parsonage,Stenner Lane
M20 2RQ


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The Didsbury Parsonage (The Old Parsonage) is a Grade II listed building, next to what was the original village green of Didsbury. The building and gardens were left to the citizens of Manchester by Alderman Fletcher Moss in 1919. The Didsbury Parsonage Trust has provided a thriving community hub for the people of Didsbury and beyond, in a locally significant and picturesque setting. This historic and much-loved building has been lovingly restored and the Trust aims to preserve it for future generations.

Old Parsonage, Didsbury

The Trust is self-financing and is led by volunteers. Any surplus income from the various activities goes towards improving the facilities and increasing the heritage value of the building.

In the eight years it has been open as a community hub over 50,000 people have visited the building to go to classes, talks, seminars, celebrations or view the art work.

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