Manchester Asian Meeting Places

Greater
Manchester Asian Organisations & Associations


Association of Pakistani Physicians &
Surgeons of the United Kingdom

Head Office: APPS
UK, Paragon House, 3rd Floor, 48 Seymour Grove,
Old Trafford, Manchester M16 0LN. Tel: 0845 200 8 233.
Website: https://www.appsuk.org. Email: admin@appsuk.org.
The APPS UK is an independent, educational and not for profit organisation
with no political motives. This is a central platform for all doctors
of Pakistani heritage in Britain, aiming to protect and promote the
interests of its members.

The Bangladesh Association

156 Middleton
Road, Middleton M24. Tel: 0161-624 4228

Bangladesh Cultural Centre

Main Road, Oldham.
Tel: 0161-628 5164.

Greater Manchester Bangladeshi Association

19a Birch Lane,
Longsight, Manchester M13
Drop-in Advice (no appointment needed). Open Mondays-Wednesdays 2.00pm-4.00pm,

Thursdays 10.00am – 12.30pm and 2pm – 4pm, Fridays 10 am – 12.30pm
.
For more information Tel: 0161-249 0862
Advice for Bangla and Sylheti speakers in Longsight, Manchester –
ask for the Bangladeshi Linkworker

Manchester Bangladeshi Women’s Organisation – Ananna

360 Dickenson
Road, Longsight, Manchester M13 0NG.
Tel: 0161-257 3867. Fax: 0161-257 3867.
Advice, information and support for Bangladeshi women. Subjects covered
include welfare rights, housing, health, education and training, employment
and immigration and nationality. Asian women’s health project, well
woman sessions, mental health project, young women’s project, English
classes (with a creche), mother and toddler group and a young women’s
group. Bengali and Urdu spoken.
Open Monday-Friday from 9am – 3pm for advice and drop-in (no appointment
necessary).

Indian Social Club

35 Oldham Road,
Ashton-under-Lyne. Tel: 0161-330 0842.

Asian Introduction Agency

UK Asian dating
website for single Asian men and women. All backgrounds from Muslim,
Hindu, Sikh, Christian, and all other faiths and lifestyles for friendship,
fun, or marriage. There are no monthly or annual memberships. Just
a low one time only fee. Website: www.asians4asians.com.

Indian Dating

For active singles
who want to meet Indian singles for romance, dating, friendship and
more! Meet new friends and life partners worldwide at Indian Friend
Finder! Join the fun in our active chat rooms! Browse thousands of
photos and profiles! Join for free – it’s fast and anonymous!
Website: https://indianfriendfinder.com/go/p361.subsstex

Raj Singh Sikh History Family Project

Birley Centre,
Chichester Road, Moss Side, Manchester 14.

Shiri Guru Gobind Singh Gurdwara Mission Centre

Registered (Sangat
Bhatra Sikh Temple)
61 Upper Chorlton Road, Whalley Range, Manchester M16 7RO. Tel: 0161-226
7233.
Now offers bilingual teaching programme, music classess on Sunday
and Wednesday, and has a library.

Sikh Association

12 Sherbourne
Street, Manchester, M3 lEJ. Tel: 0161-832 2241.

Sikh Union of Manchester

31 Burford Road,
Whalley Range, Manchester M16 8EW.

Sri Guru Nanak DevJi Gurdwara

15 Monton Street,
Moss Side, Manchester M14 4LS. Tel: 0161-226 1131.

Westwood Advice Centre

62 Main Road,
Oldham. Tel: 0161-652 2532.

Shree Bharatiya Mandal

Indian Association
Tameside,
Indian Community Centre, 103 Union Road, Ashton-under-Lyne. Tel: 0161-330
2085.
There is also a Shree Ambaji Hindu Mandir (Temple) at the above address.

Manchester Pakistani Welfare & Information Centre

1 Great Marlborough
Street, Manchester M1. Tel: 0161-237 1125.

Manchester Islamic Institute

Grosvenor Street,
Manchester M1. Tel: 0161-272 6324.

Special Education Advice Line & Asian Education
Advice Line

Tel: 0800-917
6790.
For parents who prefer to speak in Urdu, Punjabi, Gujarati, Bengali
and Hindi: Tel: 0800 0854528.
Email:advice@rathbonetraining.co.uk. Website: https://www.rathbonetraining.co.uk.
Rathbone’s Special Education Advice Lines are open from 10am to 4pm
Monday to Friday on freephone 0800 917 6790 and 0800 085 4528 to speak
in Urdu, Punjabi, Gujierati, Bengali and Hindi. The Advice Line is
a national service based in Manchester providing parents with free,
independent advice and information on education, helping parents to
get an education appropriate to their child’s needs, including:

  • School Support
  • Statementing and Assessment
  • Appeals and Tribunal
  • Annual Reviews
  • Finding a School
  • School Admissions
  • School Exclusion
  • Different types of special needs
  • Education law and procedures

The Advice Line
will also provide an independent analysis of a child’s statement and
can aid parents in appealing to a tribunal or independent committee.
The Advice Line is co-ordinated by Rifiat Jadwat and run by trained
volunteers.

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