News published October 2016
Heaton Park’s play area reopened to families on Saturday 22 October, after the successful completion of a major refurbishment project.
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.
The biggest Christmas Party in the UK is back and the headliners for Manchester Christmas Lights Switch-on can now be announced.
Central Library is to host a national flagship event to celebrate books and reading.
Proposals announced to boost financial assistance to improve housing conditions of elderly and vulnerable
Plans designed to improve support available to vulnerable and disabled residents and assist independent living are being examined at a meeting of the executive next week.
Members of the Council’s Executive have published their priorities for the period up to 2020 to help support the Our Manchester strategy for the city.
Five months on from the launch of Manchester’s Homelessness Charter, organisers marked World Homeless Day (10 October) by highlighting what they have achieved since May and to appeal for more people and organisations to get involved.
An adult learner from Manchester has proved she is one in a million by beating off competition from adult learners up and down the country to win a national award.
Families and friends are invited to celebrate the 11th annual Dashehra Diwali Mela this weekend.
Exhibitions, live music, talks, theatre performances and storytelling are all part of Manchester Libraries’ celebration of this year’s Black History Month.