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Murder, mayhem and shenanigans: Stockport writer pens book about his hometown

Reddish-based writer Nick Fisher's newest book describes Stockport's colourful history, covering anything from celebrity sightings to it's own unsavoury characters. The book, Hardmen Gangsters Jokers...

Manchester’s thriving music scene needs our support through the pandemic

Manchester-born and Stockport bred Jay Taylor has been a part of the city's music scene for the last 18 years. He’s played in bands, promoted...

The show must go on: Bolton playwright takes show online

When the country went into lockdown, Bolton actor, writer, and director Joe O'Byrne had to cancel the UK tour of one of his productions...

Royal Exchange Theatre’s Elders Company hosts virtual drama workshops

The Royal Exchange Theatre’s Elders Company has moved its regular workshops, including its twice-monthly Elders Monday’s meet-ups, to virtual sessions that can be accessed...
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50,000 residents to get a ‘keeping well at home’ booklet

A new booklet welcomed by the Mayor of Greater Manchester is being sent to 50,000 residents to help them stay well at home during...

‘Virtual Village Hall’ launches to beat the boredom

A 'virtual village hall' has been launched to give people a chance to enjoy activities they would usually find at their local community hub...

Brew buddies wanted as crisis calls double to LGBT Foundation in lockdown

The LGBT Foundation is urging people to sign up as brew buddies for its new befriending service to support vulnerable people living alone across...

Stockport singer stages concert for neighbours in lockdown  

A singer from Gatley swapped the stage for the street to perform 90 minutes of pop hits to entertain his neighbours during lockdown over...

Retired teacher finds new ways to enjoy hobbies in lockdown

A retired teacher has found new ways to enjoy all of her hobbies since lockdown was enforced- including practising golf, having a family ‘outing’...

Updates on community COVID-19 support across Greater Manchester

UPDATED FRIDAY 1ST MAY There is no better place to be than Manchester for community spirit. People from across our region are self-organising to protect...
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