Didsbury is a suburb in south Manchester and is well served by transport links.
The parish has two churches, one at each end of the village. Emmanuel is near the centre of the village, on Barlow Moor Road. St James is south, on Stenner Lane, the heart of the old village.
The Parish Centre and No6 are both on the Emmanuel site.
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Getting to Didsbury
From Manchester city centre, travel south on Wilmslow Road. There are frequent buses (40, 42, 42A, 42B, 45A, 142 and 157).
From Stockport, travel west on Didsbury Road (A5145). There are frequent buses (20, 23, 23A, 370).
For Emmanuel, Parish Centre, Parish Office and No6, ask for ‘Didsbury Village’. For St James, ask for ‘The Didsbury’ pub.
There are frequent local trains from Manchester Piccadilly to to East Didsbury station (usually every 30 minutes).
The Emmanuel site has a car park serving the church, Parish Centre and No6. Parking at St James is on Stenner Lane.
For St James use M20 2RQ. For Emmanuel use M20 6TR.
From the M56
Leave at Junction 3, following signs for Didsbury A34.
From the M60 [clockwise]
Leave at Junction 5, following signs for Manchester city centre (A5103) and then Didsbury/Stockport (A5145).
From the M60 [anti-clockwise]
Leave at Junction 5, and take the next immediate exit for Northenden (B5166). Turn right and immediately right again, taking you back on to the motorway approach. Follow the signs for Manchester city Centre (A5103) and then Didsbury/Stockport (A5145).