More Manchester children than ever completed this year’s Summer Reading Challenge, with books flying off the shelves of the city's libraries at an unprecedented rate during the long school holidays.
Manchester children are being gifted their own library card at birth, to ensure they get the earliest possible head-start in learning.
Schools in Manchester are celebrating a great set of A Level results this year that has literally seen them reach for the stars.
BookBenches painted with literary designs by Manchester schools and community groups will pop up across Manchester this summer, helping to spark a love of reading across the city.
Commuters across Manchester will be surprised with free books this morning to celebrate World Book Day 2017.
A free open mic session for emerging musicians, rappers, poets and MCs is to be held at to Central Library on Friday 24 February (2 – 4pm).
Businesses from across the city have pledged their support for the Read Manchestercampaign at a breakfast event hosted by Sir Howard Bernstein, Chief Executive of Manchester City Council.
Manchester will be home to a trail of iconic BookBenches across the city next summer, in a drive to get the city reading and improve literacy levels.
Manchester’s parks, libraries, galleries and sports venues are all hosting a wealth of activities for the whole family throughout the summer months.
A brand new charity set up to support youth and play services in Manchester promises to be a real game-changer for the city's children and young people.
A brand new campaign to improve literacy levels and get Manchester reading has attracted millionaire backing - twenty millionaires to be precise - all pupils at Plymouth Grove Primary School.