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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Northern Quarter Demographics

The Norther Quarter is in the northwest of Manchester City Centre.

The population identifies themselves as 74% white, 4% mixed, 15% Asian, and 2% black. It has a higher than average percentage of Asians (UK average is 6.9%) in residence.

67% of the Northern Quarter is aged 17-30 and 44% work in the Supervisory, clerical & junior managerial, administrative,...

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Travel

Transport

Nine bus lines stop near or in the Northern Quarter and a tram runs from Piccadilly every 15 minutes on its 5 minute journey.  Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Victoria train stations serve the area.

Pubs, Clubs, and restaurants

The Northern Quarter is known as Manchester’s most alternative and bohemian culture. The area has become a popular place for shops,

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Entertainment

Cinemas

There is a range of large and small independent cinemas within easy walking distance of the Northern Quarter.

Theatres

The Northern Quarter is also not short of theatres within easy travel distance.  These are just a few of them.

Hope Mill Theatre, just 5 minutes’ drive away, puts on various traditional and modern plays. During lockdown, it has set...

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