News published October 2017
Manchester has been successful in its bid to join UNESCO’s worldwide Creative Cities network as a City of Literature.
Manchester biggest festive red resident has arrived in Albert Square to take his seat in front of town hall – and this year he’s celebrating his 10th birthday!
Cathedral Gardens will be given a festive make-over this Christmas as the historic square is transformed with ice rink and traditional fun fair.
A new initiative will help people who are homeless to register as library members and access the full range of resources and information available at the city's 22 libraries.
Pupils from three primary schools in Manchester have drawn up a unique Peace Plan for their school after getting together to talk about peace and what it means to them.
Care leavers are being encouraged to aim high in the working world as part of a drive to help looked after children to flourish as they become adults.
Students are being encouraged to claim their exemption from council tax
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.
The UK’s original Christmas Market is set to return, bringing with it six weeks of festive feasting as it transforms Manchester City Centre for another season for all the family.
Manchester City Council is looking for a partner to invest in and manage the much-loved Orangery, helping to open the space for public events for the first time in six years.