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10 fun things to do in Greater Manchester in July

July’s calendar is packed full of festivals, sport and live music which means summer is well and truly in full swing. There’s no shortage of things to do in Greater Manchester this month, whatever the weather July has in store for us.

This year marks a summer of sport with the final of the Euros taking place on July 14, Wimbledon once again returning to our screens and the Paris Olympics beginning on July 26. Luckily, there are lots of places you can gather to catch action in the coming weeks.

When it comes to festivals and celebrations, Greater Manchester has a fair few lined up. Stop by Depot Mayfield for the Craft Beer Festival, or venture into the city centre and join the celebrations for Manchester Day on July 27.

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Summer is synonymous with festivals of all shapes and sizes so why not head to Mayfield Depot for the Manchester Beer Festival on July 5 - 6? Returning for its fourth year it promises to be ‘bigger and better’ with extras this year including expert-led talks, tastings and tours.

Dedicated to celebrating craft beer, it will feature four sessions running across the two days. With over 65+ breweries from Manchester, the rest of the UK and the world lined up, and 500+ brews to taste, there’s something for every palate.

Standard entry tickets are priced at £57, and a group offer saves you £5 per ticket when you buy 4 together, reducing the cost to £52. The ticket includes all of your