News published March 2018
Pupils from Greater Manchester schools joined forces with members of the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment, French dignitaries, and local French school children today at Francilly-Selency - a small village in northern France - to mark the centenary of the Battle of Manchester Hill.
Manchester City Council has set up a brand new £50,000 welfare fund for schools to help them provide children in need in their schools with food and clothing.
Wednesday 21 March saw the centenary of the Battle of Manchester Hill - a battle that in one day took the lives of 79 men from the Manchester Regiment.
Manchester Central Library is more popular than ever before, four years on from reopening its doors following a major transformation.
Manchester has been named one of the best cities world-wide for young people to live in according to the Millennial City Ranking – and one of the most popular for students.
Make sure you have a unique Manchester Day experience by being part of the show and take advantage of the volunteer opportunities on offer.
Ambitious plans for a new Manchester to Chorlton cycleway are being proposed, Manchester City Council announced today.
70 specialist homes over four sites across Manchester will be created to help support people with learning disabilities live more independently.
Manchester City Council holds the trademark for the Manchester Bee symbol and will make it available to use free of charge under licence.
A heart-warming short film showing the faces of social workers as they react to thank you letters from children and families they've helped has been shared online.