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Didsbury is an affluent suburb of Manchester it is 6 miles south of Manchester city centre. It’s in between Kingsway and Wilmslow Road (the A34), and there are exceptional transport links from Didsbury into Manchester, as well as to surrounding residential areas and into Cheshire.
At the end of the 18th century some larger houses were constructed in the Didsbury area, including the Broome Residence, Didsbury House (often referred to as Mosley Hall) as well as the Old Parsonage (the former residence of Fletcher Moss). The 19th century brought radical changes to the Didsbury area and altered the character of the town. Didsbury as it is today was established by business owners particularly Manchester Mill owners who had acquired their wealth during the Industrial Revolution and with it built large properties with grounds among the trees bordering the River Mersey and around Didsbury Park.
Methodism expanded and grew in Didsbury during the 19th century and the influence of Methodist Church grew with the establishment of the Didsbury Residence, and its purpose-built extensions one of which was the North Branch of the Wesleyan Theological Institution, later to become Didsbury University, and with the opening of St Paul’s Methodist Church in 1877.
With the growth of the railways, the village of Didsbury was overrun by urban sprawl and the village was swallowed up by the City of Manchester in 1904. As part of the city of Manchester the council has responsibility for the town building and also for the maintenance of parks and also playing fields, the development of Didsbury University after 1945 and also in the re-use of various other buildings.
The Didsbury is area is mixed with standard domestic family homes alongside more youthful, lively areas with many student accommodation and rentals. There are plenty of regional shops and small supermarkets, and a larger Tesco store in neighbouring Parrs Wood .
Didsbury village has a selection of bars and restaurants, along with banks, several offices and post offices and small shops. . There are very regular buses along Wilmslow Road to Manchester as well as to the universities and colleges in Manchester. Train terminals at East Didsbury as well as Burnage have regular trains to Manchester and the airport and there are metro links that connect Didsbury to all of Manchester.
Didsbury is close to the city but has easy access to to the river and canal towpaths as well as parks around the Mersey valley At nearby Parrs wood there is an entertainment centre which offers a multi-screen movie theatre, various restaurants, ten-pin bowling, a gymnasium and fitness club and a variety of other exceptional leisure places for adults as well as kids.