Manchester City Council

News published September 2017

Secondary school open evenings for prospective pupils now on

Secondary schools across the city are throwing open their doors over the next couple of weeks to prospective pupils and their parents to give a flavour of what life in their school is like.

Call to share your Town Hall memories as it turns 140

A call for people’s memories of Manchester Town Hall has been issued on the 140th anniversary of its official opening.

Manchester Central Library to host Lego Roald Dahl hero for Roald Dahl Day

Six Roald Dahl heroes are poised to appear, in locations across the UK, in the form of unique LEGO® brick builds to mark Roald Dahl Day - the global celebration of the world’s number one storyteller.

Manchester to receive a ‘Survivor’ seedling from 9/11 Memorial & Museum

A seedling from a tree that survived the September 11 attack on the World Trade Centre in 2001 is to be presented to Manchester in a statement of solidarity from New York.

Our Manchester grants programme launched

A new voluntary and community sector grant scheme, called the Our Manchester Voluntary and Community Sector grants programme will be launched at the beginning of September.

£1.1m investment for cleaner gullies in Manchester

Manchester City Council is to invest an extra £1.1m to boost the cleaning of roadside gullies over the next two years.

Join the big sign-up for free leisure activities in Manchester this weekend

Everyone who visits Manchester's leisure centres is being invited to sign up for the new MCRactive card, which opens up free pay and play activities for all to enjoy this weekend.

Reminder for motorists as Oxford Road bus gates made fully operational

Motorists are reminded that Oxford Road's bus gates will be fully operational from Monday 4 September.

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