HAPPY SAINT PATRICKS DAY!

LÁ FHÉILE PÁDRAIG SONA DUIT!

St. Patricks day is here once more and Irish Community Care Manchester are determined to celebrate in the best way we can and have organised some fantastic events and fundraisers.

Obviously we want to provide the best service possible and so encourage you to donate using the link below!

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St Patricks Day Parade

WHEN:

12:00

13/03/2022

WHERE: 

Departing from the Irish World Heritage Centre, 1 Irish Town Way, Cheetham Hill, Manchester M8 0AE

ICCM will be taking part in Manchester's Annual St. Patricks Day Parade, organised this year by the Irish World Heritage Centre. Join us and see all the fantastic floats in this celebration of Manchester's Irish Community.

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The Manchester Set Dance Club Presents A Fund Raising Céilí

WHEN:

14:00

13/03/2022

WHERE: 

St. Mary’s & the Angels Church, Elbow St, M19 3PY

Admission:

Children - £1.50

Adult      - £3.00

The Manchester Set Dance Club are kindly holding a fundraising Céilí in aid of Irish Community Care Manchester 

Join us for a dance, a drink as well as some ceoil agus craic!

Raffle will be held on the day with some great prizes up for grabs! 

 

St Patricks Day Social Lunch Groups

WHEN:

12:00 - 14:30

WHERE: 

14/03/2022:  St.Kentigern’s, 36 Wilbraham Rd, M14 7DW

15/03/2022: St. Mary’s, Elbow St, M19 3PY

16/03/2022: Irish World Heritage Centre, 1 Irish Town Way, Cheetham Hill, Manchester M8 0AE

ICCM will be celebrating St. Patricks Day at our Social Lunch Clubs with a traditional Irish meal, dancing, and our regular raffle and bingo!

The groups are free of charge to attendees, newcomers are always welcome and we look forward to celebrating the day with our returning guests.

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ICCM's St Patricks Roundtable

WHEN:

15:00

18/03/2022

WHERE: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89426983604?pwd=WlVRUXpDNCsvODFHc01iM1lSZHd2QT09

An open discussion with ICCM and members of the Irish and wider community in Manchester to celebrate the historical and ongoing role Irish people have played in the city’s development and culture. A short and by no means exhaustive history of the Irish in Manchester will prime our roundtable to reminisce, take stock, and look to the future. We encourage you to join ICCM staff, members, volunteers, and community leaders digitally on Zoom.