News published March 2016
A book of condolence has been opened at Manchester Town Hall, following the attack in the Pakistani city of Lahore last weekend.
Introducing this year’s Manchester Day character, the time travelling bot that journeys through time and space experiencing the most amazing scientific discoveries throughout history…
Following a significant and essential programme of works at the 18th century property, Heaton Hall is starting to look forward to inviting the public back into the house.
Manchester Town Hall will be lit with the colours of the Belgian national flag of black, yellow and red throughout the national mourning period declared in Belgium following the attack in Brussels.
Today, Tuesday 22 March marks the second anniversary of the reopening of Central Library – and 2.5 million people have already visited the Manchester landmark since its reopening in 2014.
Undeterred by last week’s fire, the Friends of Wythenshawe Hall group welcome the public to their pop-up event space this coming bank holiday weekend.
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.
Suffragette City – Manchester’s Central Library hosts exhibition celebrating the life of Annot Robinson
Central Library is hosting an exhibition to celebrate the remarkable life of suffragette Annot Robinson.
There was a fire at Wythenshawe Hall overnight – Greater Manchester Fire Service are managing the situation in the park:
HGVs can now use the Mancunian Way again following works to improve traffic flow.