The historic Mayfield site in Manchester city centre will open to the public for the first time in more than 30 years – as a unique street-food destination and workspace with a small community garden.

The Mayfield Development Partnership – a joint venture between Manchester City Council, LCR, Transport for Greater Manchester and mixed-use property regeneration specialist U+I – has announced that a small part of the site will open to the public on Friday June 9th.

Land next to the former Mayfield train station building on Baring Street will be transformed by the temporary installation of a series of shipping containers housing street food traders at ground level with offices on upper levels.

Anchored by GRUB Manchester – the weekly street-food fair – visitors will be treated to an ever-changing roster of six of the city’s and country’s best street-food traders along with craft beers created by Manchester’s Runaway Brewery and other local craft breweries.

Date, time and Address:

June 9, 2017
12pm - 10pm

Purchase tickets:

Tickets are £FREE