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MDIY Location and Contact

The centre is 150 metres from Dukinfield Town Hall on King Street

(entrance on Cecil Street).
Manchester and District Iyengar Yoga
134 King Street, Dukinfield SK16 4LG

Centre Administrator: Clare Tunstall


0161 339 0748 or mobile 07747 200411



From Manchester city centre, follow the A57 to Sheffield signs on to the M67. Exit at Junction 1 and turn left on to Ashton Old Road. At the second, signal-controlled junction, Shepley Road, turn right through the Shepley Industrial Estate. Bear left at the first mini-roundabout (the Globe Inn) and left again at the second mini-roundabout. Continue ahead then turn right into King Street. The building is on the left, 150 metres past the Town Hall.

Out of consideration to our neighbours, visitors to are asked not to park on the nearby streets outside residents’ homes. There are public pay and display car parks at Dukinfield Town Hall.

Further directions from other locations will be provided soon.

Liftshare.com is a good way of arranging to share your car journey and reduce your carbon footprint.


The 219 bus is a frequent service from Piccadilly Gardens in Manchester city centre to Ashton Bus Station. From there take the 330 bus in the direction of Hyde/Stockport. The 330 bus stops outside Dukinfield Town Hall.

The 220/221 bus is an hourly service from Piccadilly Gardens direct to Dukinfield.  However this route does not run at weekends!


The Manchester Metro now runs to Ashton Town Centre.


There is a half-hourly service from Manchester Victoria station to Ashton. The bus station is just across the road from the railway station. Take the 330 bus in the direction of Hyde/Stockport.

The nearest landmark is Dukinfield Town Hall.

If travelling from further afield, as well as the central Manchester stations, there is a station at Stockport which may be more convenient as it avoids the city centre; the 330 bus runs from Stockport bus station (a short walk from the train station) to Dukinfield Town Hall, or it’s about 15 minutes in a taxi.  Or if you’re coming from east of the Pennines, Stalybridge station is another option, about 10 minutes’ drive away. https://www.thetrainline.com/business

Other local stations within 20 minutes’ drive are Hyde Central, Flowery Field, or Newton for Hyde.

If you’re taking the bus from Stockport/airport, take the 330 bus towards Ashton; the centre is less than 2 minutes away on the same road.


There is a pay and display car park behind the Town Hall.  


Taxi: A1 Private Hire, Dukinfield 0161 343 5050 Tameside Radio Cars, Hyde 0161 368 9585


Manchester airport is a short (c. 30 minute) taxi journey, or the 330 bus goes from the airport to Dukinfield Town Hall.

Nearby Accommodation

MDIY has a cottage attached with a twin bedroom, that can be rented to members and guest teachers for £50 a night.  Check availability with clare@mdiiy.org.uk before booking here

The Village Hotel Hyde is within walking distance.

Village Hotel, Captain Clarke Road, Hyde, Cheshire, SK14 4QG  T:  0161 3681456

Premier Inn Denton, Manchester Road South, Denton M34 3SH T: 08715278708

Premier Inn Stockport Central (close to Stockport train & bus stations), 48 Churchgate, Stockport SK1 1YG T: 08715279040


MDIY is fully equipped with chairs, blocks, bolsters, belts, mats etc. so no need to bring your own !

The centre has three studios – most weekend events are in our largest studio, Maslen Hall, which is upstairs.  Downstairs are Booth Hall and Reed Studio, for these follow the corridor round to the right.  The kitchen/office is also downstairs.

The centre has two kitchens, one upstairs and one downstairs, for members and visitors to sit and eat lunch or make a drink.

There is WiFi, use BT Guest WiFi.  Next to the kitchen/office is the bookcase containing our library, which you are welcome to look through.

We keep a small stock of equipment and popular books for sale.

We have a garden which can also be used at breaks; and there is a large park next to the centre if you want to walk or get some fresh air during the break.

Food And Drink

At lunchbreaks we have tea and coffee making facilities, as well as space to sit and eat, drink and socialise.  There is a small fridge and a microwave.

Across the road is Martin’s Bakery, which is open until 2.30 pm on Saturdays selling sandwiches, snacks and cakes.

Close by is a Nisa Local and a little further away a McColl’s, which sells some fresh food.  Both are open on Sundays.

Morrisons is 15 minutes’ walk, and Asda, Sainsburys and M&S are a short drive away.

For dinner, Lily’s is very popular and a short drive (next to ASM Indian supermarket in Ashton).  Click here for a list of other restaurants close by.

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