Manchester City Council and the National Trust are to meet English Heritage and Marketing Manchester to continue discussions about developing a partnership to shape the future of Heaton Park and Hall.
The lakeside café in Boggart Hole Clough park is set to re-open next week after closing three weeks ago when the former operator stepped down due to poor health.
A group of young heroes who saved a child from drowning have been honoured by the Lord Mayor.
The historic courtyard cafe at Wythenshawe Park is set to open its doors again after a two-year closure, while long-term funding options were explored.
A brand new mountain bike skills area will be officially opened by Councillor Jim Battle, deputy leader of Manchester City Council, in Philips Park, Clayton, on Sunday 14 April 2013.
Manchester's Heaton Park has been awarded official country park status.
Wythenshawe Hall is set to re-open to the public on Saturday and Sunday (27-28 October) for its first weekend staffed by volunteers.
Residents are being invited to enjoy a safe and enjoyable bonfire night after the record success of last year’s events.
Wythenshawe Hall, which has been closed for a year, is set to open for a series of weekends after overwhelming support from a newly-formed friends group.
Residents are being given two reasons to visit Heaton Park this weekend, with tours of the historic Heaton Hall and the unveiling of a plaque showing what can be seen from Manchester’s highest point.
The largest celebration of South Asian arts and culture in the north of England returns to Manchester this weekend.
Free family-friendly interactive event will run daily 11am-7pm from Thursday 16 to Sunday 19 August at Albert Square in Manchester.
Manchester is to further bolster its position as the home of British Cycling as Clayton Vale welcomes plans for a new mountain bike trail.
More Manchester green spaces are flying the Green Flag than ever before - and the city's total is higher than any other local authority area in England or Wales for the seventh year running.
Manchester residents have been given more opportunities to get up close to nature after a park was turned into the city’s largest wildlife haven.
It is celebration time for a historic Manchester park with the announcement that it will receive a £2.2 million windfall from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and the Big Lottery Fund (BIG).