Cheetham Hill has been a key arrival point for migrants entering the City for over 200 years. Cultural diversity has brought many positives to the area. It is welcoming and tolerant to newcomers. Many residents feel they have been able to settle and build a better life here. Settled residents feel a great warmth and loyalty towards where they have grown up.
The local environment exudes diversity and encourages a sense of belonging: mosques, churches, temples, shops catering for a wealth of tastes and backgrounds, a plethora of cultural assets such as the Jewish Museum, the Irish World Heritage Centre and the Ukrainian Club.