Wythenshawe Campus was opened in 2010 and offers a wide range of courses for school leavers and adults, including automotive, construction, hospitality and catering, logistics and travel, tourism and aviation.
The campus is built to be environmentally friendly and has innovative technology to save energy and re-use resources. These include solar panels, wind catchers for natural ventilation and rainwater harvesting tanks.
Wythenshawe is situated 8 miles South of Manchester City Centre, surrounded by parks and woodland areas. The biggest of which is Wythenshawe Park, which was designated a local nature reserve in 2011. It covers over 270 acres of green space and is home to Manchester's only community farm, Wythenshawe community farm. At the centre of the park is the historic Wythenshawe Hall, formerly owned by the Tatton family. The park also boasts riding stables, a horticulture centre, children's play area, athletics track, football pitches, tennis courts, bowls and golfing facilities.
Did you know?
Caroline Aherne of The Royle Family grew up in Wythenshawe.
Bus routes to Wythenshawe include:
11, 19, 43, 101, 102, 103, 104.
Benchill Metrolink station is a short walk from the campus.
If you are arriving using a SatNav please use M22 9UH.
Parking is available at the campus.
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