Location: City campus
Cost: from £87 per week
Rooms which have been adapted for those with a disability
Communal Areas Cleaned
Single Sex Areas
Bar In Residence
Blaze JCM- the Student arm of RCCG Jubilee church Manchester, comprises of students from undergraduate to postgraduate level. It is aimed at empowering students to pursue excellence, not just in spirituality, but in other ramifications with a view to influence the society at large.
Blaze JCM hosts weekly gatherings where students get the opportunity to interact, connect and develop one another on various levels.
Every meeting involves intellectually stimulating discussions, ranging from spirituality, academics, morals, ethics, societal issues and careers amongst others.
Furthermore, activities such as skill fairs, community projects and social outings are incorporated to ensure students have a well rounded experience; ready for the next phase of their lives.
Above all, we are a family of great minds and individuals coming together with the purpose of loving God, loving people & influencing society.
Sportcity in Manchester was used to host the 2002 Commonwealth Games. It is in east Manchester, a mile from Manchester city centre, and was developed on former industrial land including the site of Bradford Colliery.Sportcity's largest structure, the City of Manchester Stadium, was built for the 2002 Commonwealth Games. It is now home to Manchester City F.C. and is one of the largest football stadiums in England. The Manchester Velodrome is the base for British Cycling and the National Indoor BMX Arena was completed in 2011. SportCity is home to the National Squash Centre and the Manchester Regional Arena for athletics. Future developments will include Manchester City's £50m training complex and a leisure complex.Location and venuesThe Sportcity complex is in Beswick and Bradford in east Manchester. A visitor centre provides information the site's history from a heavily industrialised area to its ongoing regeneration. The Etihad Campus tram stop on the Manchester Metrolink close to Joe Mercer Way became operational on 11 February 2013.
The Masters Organisation was set up to provide World class events for riders over 35 years old outside those chosen by their National Federations. It is also intended to allow riders to compete at such as World level for as long as they wish to remain competitive and increase participation in their respective age groups.
We are an entirely self-funded non-profit making body and receive no support from any NGB or other sporting organisation of Great Britain.
Despite this we have a proven track (no pun intended) or providing high class events, something which the UCI pointed out this year when they agreed to at the World Masters Track Championships should remain in Great Britain until 2016 at the earliest.
We are sure that 2013 will be as well supported as 2011 when the event returned to Manchester for the first time since 2006.