Join us for our Kindness Night Market on Friday 15th November 2019, 5-9pm, on the Levenshulme train station car park, M19 3AB.

This week it’s World Kindness Day! To celebrate we’re doing what we love and throwing a great big community market party! As well as the usual delicious food, free-flowing drink and all-round good times our latest night market is also about those small but significant acts which help others collectively do their bit to make the world around us a bit more pleasant.

Some local groups, such as Heart and Parcel which works to bring women from different communities together to cook and develop ESOL skills, will be on hand to chat about some ideas of how you can get involved in the community, and charities like RSPB and The Woodland Trust will also be there with advice on how to treat the natural world around us. Make sure you pick up one of our kindness pledge card on the night so you can make a note to remind yourself of what you plan to do to bring a bit more kindness into the world.

We’ll also have a drop-off point for donation to Mustard Tree, a charity which supports those in Manchester who are in homelessness and poverty. You can find a full list of all the items we’re after here.

We’ll have live music from Levante, Levenshulme’s own wonderful samba band. They’ll be bringing their trademark fiery Brazilian drumming to our chilly night market from 7pm, and will also be on hand to talk to any prospective new members keen to come along and learn how to play samba music.

As ever, our night market will be a trove of incredible streetfood, including Vegan Fried Chicken, Plant B Quesadilla, Samosa Shack and many more. We’ll also have a full bar, replete with mulled cider and other winter warmers to ease you into the spirit of the impending season. While in the faintly festive mindset you may also find yourself drawn to the handmade, unique gifts we’ll have on offer from stalls such as Wristwood with their eco-friendly wooden watches and Ernie and Theo with a range of handmade pet accessories.

So come, be merry, be Levy, be kind.

Here’s a run-down of the stalls you’ll find on the night.

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