Explore Manchester City Centre

Manchester is a lively city with an enormous amount to do and nothing is very far away to travel to.

Manchester City Centre

Its people take pride in their appearance, are friendly, and intelligent conversationalists.  The average age of residents is 33 while the median age is lower at 29.

It has the third largest economy in the United Kingdom and is the third most visited city by foreigners in the UK.  It is a multi-cultural city with the largest ethnic minority being

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Ancoats Demographics

The population of Ancoats as a whole is both younger than the national average and also older, so it suits both age groups.

The home ownership rate in this area is much lower than the rest of the country, suggesting it is a deprived area, yet despite this people living in this area have a higher percentage of Levels 3...

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Travel

Transport

Ancoats is well served by busses, trams, and trains the closest mainline train station being Manchester Piccadilly which serves much of the UK.

Pubs, Clubs, and restaurants

Ancoats is newly developed and is testament to Manchester’s charm, housing young professional, musicians, and artists.

The well-established Marble Arch pub on Rochdale Road in Ancoats was where the Marble Brewery began

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Entertainment

Cinemas

The Vue Cinema Manchester – Printworks, only 15 minutes walk from Ancoats, has 23 screens and one of the largest IMAX screens in Europe

Theatres

Home is not only a theatre but a cinema and also houses artworks.  It is just 9 minutes away by car and 20 by public transport.

Parks

Ancoats Green is the closest park but...

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