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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Spinningfields Demographics

Spinningfields is Manchester’s financial centre and has been compared with London’s Canary Wharf.

Residential buildings overlook the river Irwell. Situated in the area is the People’s History Museum, and a former pump house.

The area was voted by Manchester residents as being the most family-friendly area in Manchester in 2013.  Given work availability in Spinningfields the residential population is young and affluent.

Travel

Transport

Salford Central railway can be accessed via Spinningfields footbridge and you can get to Manchester Piccadilly by bus, tram, or train within 12-16 minutes journey or you can walk it in 20 minutes.

Pubs, Clubs, and restaurants

Spinningfields is not short of pubs and bars. The Dockyard Spinningfields, has a great atmosphere.  It describes itself as industrial-chic and serves

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Entertainment

Cinemas

Everyman Manchester St. John's with its delightful décor, delivers food to your seats and is a two minute walk away.  The Vue Cinema houses one of the largest IMAX screens in Europe is a 6minute drive away or 15 minute walk.  Home is a centre for international contemporary art, theatre, and film and is a 13 minute walk away

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