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A winter bike ride packed with history around Oldham

Our Christmas bike ride this year took place in very different weather conditions than last year. Both years we had jiggled our exercise plans...

Crafting to remember loved ones over the holiday period at Creative Design & Manufacture Manchester

Women in Manchester who are supported by the not for profit organisation Creative Design & Manufacture UK have been busy ahead of this special...

Thoughts on the football regulator as a Manchester City fan

After an opening salvo that the English game ‘lurches from crisis to crisis’ Tracey Crouch, MP admits, ‘there is so much to celebrate about...

‘Home From Hospital’ service supports thousands of Manchester hospital patients

Housing charity Manchester Care & Repairs ‘Home from Hospital’ service is featured in a new guide after reaching a milestone 20,000 people. The service helps older patients...
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How Manchester marked World AIDS Day 2021

This year marks 40 years of the HIV response. On 5 June 1981 the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia published a report...

Ancoats officially named “Little Italy”

An area of Manchester has been named “Little Italy” in recognition of the contributions made by the Italian community who have lived in the...

REVIEW: My Generation: Manchester’s Coolest over 50s night

Despite the snow and rain, our reporter Dorretta Maynard went along to review a Christmas gig hosted by My Generation at the Spread Eagle...

City in the Community programme supports people living with dementia

Our reporter Chris Vickers an avid Manchester City fan has been to the Etihad Stadium to check out a programme by City in the...

Renowned Manchester Photographer Comes Out Of Retirement at 90!

Renowned Manchester photographer, Sefton Samuels has come out of retirement – again – for his latest exhibition at the National Football Museum in Manchester. Sefton,...

Review: Ripples of Hope Festival at HOME Manchester

Presented by the Robert F Kennedy Human Rights organisation, the Ripples of Hope Festival took place over three days (17–19 September) at HOME Manchester. I...
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Energy saving tips to keep you warm

Our community reporter Pauline Smith has kindly put together these tips to help you save energy and money whilst keeping warm. Here are some tips...

Staying warm this winter: Local help and advice

Our community reporter Pauline has put together this guide full of information, help and advice for staying warm during these last few winter months...

Cultural exchange event bringing communities together in Manchester

The Hong Kong Cultural Community are teaming up with the African Caribbean Care Group (ACCG) to provide a fun day of activities.  The 'Cultural Exchange'...

The Blue Badge loses its stars: Brexit vs Disability

Our community reporter Bernard Leach, a polio survivor, explains the effect of Brexit on his Blue Badge. Spot the difference between these two Blue Badges....

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