Fielden Campus

in
South Manchester

Location

Fielden Campus
Barlow Moor Road West Didsbury
Manchester M20 2PQ


Fielden Campus is a welcoming, modern campus, offering courses for school leavers, adults, professionals and university-level students. Fielden is in a lively, leafy part of south Manchester, popular with students, young people and professionals. The campus is equipped with industry-standard technology in areas such as catering, film production and digital media. We’ve invested £9 million in improvements to the campus, including a ‘green roof’ that insulates, soundproofs and improves air quality.

Facilities at Fielden Campus include:

  • library resource centre (LRC)
  • canteen
  • gourmet training restaurant (Restaurant 141), open to the public
  • television studio with control room and custom built lighting rig
  • centre of excellence for visually impaired learners, established in partnership with RNIB and Action for Blind People

Local area

Fielden Campus is in West Didsbury, known as a lively, fashionable area. The campus is opposite Burton Road, known for its independent boutiques, nightlife and cafés. Central Didsbury is a short distance away and has its own good supply of restaurants and shops. Behind Fielden Campus is the Mersey Valley nature reserve, a riverside walk through miles of beautiful countryside and parkland.

Did you know?

The first powered flight into Manchester landed in Pytha Fold Farm, Didsbury in 1910. The flight was made from London in a Farman biplane.

Bus routes to Fielden include:

23, 23A, 41, 43, 46, 48, 84, 111, 169, 171, 178, 179, 194, 196, 276, 370.

Metrolink

Burton Road Station is about 10 minutes' walk from the campus.

Train

East Didsbury and Burnage train stations are both under two miles from the campus.

Bike parking

There are bike parking loops and a bike shelter at the campus.

Car parking

Parking is available at Fielden Campus.

Accessibility of college sites

Detailed information about the accessibility of the college's sites and facilities is provided by DisabledGo, an organisation that specialises in producing online access guides to venues.