A unique setting for weddings and parties
If you have any questions regarding visiting the Parsonage or arranging a booking please get in touch.
The Didsbury Parsonage (The Old Parsonage)
is a Grade II listed building, next to what was the
original village green of Didsbury.
The building and gardens were left to the citizens of Manchester by Alderman Fletcher Moss in 1919.
The Didsbury Parsonage Trust has provided a thriving community hub for the people of Didsbury and beyond, in a locally significant and picturesque setting.
This historic and much-loved building has been lovingly restored and the Trust aims to preserve it for future generations.
Three galleries with changing exhibitons every month
There's a lot going on at The Parsonage - exhibitions, workshops, classes, events...it's a busy place!
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Beautiful meeting rooms for hire by the hour
There's a wide range of classes and actvities at the Parsonage for all ages: click here
Restoration of Fletcher Moss's Stained Glass Sundial
To find out about our plans to restore a replica of
Fletcher Moss's sundial window in the old library at
the Parsonage, click here
The Parsonage will be closed from
1pm on Saturday 21 December until Friday 3 January 2020,
re-opening at 9.30am on Saturday 4 January 2020.