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Families test ride new trail for bike month
Try out a new world-class mountain bike trail, as part of a campaign urging commuters to swap four wheels for two.
Clayton residents told 'police and council are here for you'
Residents of Clayton will be reassured that the police and council are still working closely in the community following the conclusion of the Dale Cregan trial.
Business leaders to share the recipe for success with Manchester entrepreneurs
Five top British entrepreneurs are set to inspire fledging Manchester food and drink businesses at a free live panel discussion event.
Call for residents to donate blood
We need the help of Manchester residents to boost the numbers of people who give blood.
Year’s unpaid work for counterfeit trader
A trader has been ordered to carry out a year’s unpaid work after being caught selling thousands of counterfeit items.
Community plans for Levenshulme Library unveiled
Levenshulme Library will remain in its building, thanks to a pioneering plan devised by a local headteacher working with the council and the local community.
Manchester to host bedroom tax summit talks
Manchester City Council has invited Local Government Association (LGA) cities from across the country to discuss the future implications of the bedroom tax.
City centre free WiFi use set to soar
A major expansion of _FreebeeMCR, Manchester's public WiFi network, is taking place.
Students to boost charity funds as they move out
Students are being given a helping hand moving out of their homes this summer – while helping fight one of the UK’s biggest killers.
Spectacular success for fourth Manchester Day
Tens of thousands of people lined the streets to celebrate all things Manchester for the fourth Manchester Day Parade and its theme – "Wish You Were Here".
- Families test ride new trail for bike month
- Financial hardship: the Welfare Provision Scheme - grant or loan?
- Manchester People - June 2013
- Hedges, shrubs and flower beds
- new test
- European Economic Area Countries
- 20 mph pilot scheme
- Road safety problems
- Pay the balance of fees for a civil marriage or civil partnership
- Get a new bin
- The Health and Wellbeing Board
Summer Arts and Craft Market
The ever-popular Summer Arts and Craft Market returns to St. Ann's Square this August.
Chagall, Soutine & the School of Paris
Featuring work by Marc Chagall and Chaim Soutine, this exhibition explores the work of a group of Jewish emigre artists known collectively as 'The School of Paris'.
Puccini's Tosca - live screening
Passion, intrigue, revenge, a star diva and fabulous music
Redhead Day 2013
Whether you have red hair or just appreciate red hair, Redhead Day UK is a chance to celebrate what it means to be a redhead in the UK's first redhead festival here in Manchester!
24:7 Theatre Festival
Manchester’s 24:7 Theatre Festival returns this July with an exciting 10th Anniversary line up.
A Bloomin' Good Do!
A fundraising night of jazz on behalf of Didsbury in Bloom.
Didsbury Arts Festival 2013
Didsbury once again hosts its annual nine-day celebration of artistic talent.
In the competitive world of food and drink, everyone needs the recipe for success. Come and hear the UK’s top foodie entrepreneurs to learn their secret ingredients for growth.
Dig the City 2013
Join us for Manchester’s urban gardening festival.
Tennis for All
Get involved in Tennis!
- Summer Arts and Craft Market
Latest Press Releases
- Gymnastics is booming in leisure centres!
- First Go-ride mountain bike race.
- The Christie parking scheme - we want your views
- Girl’s and Women’s Cricket
- Manchester School Children Visit Emirates Old Trafford
- New market and free bus service for Newton Heath
- School swimming
- Dads’ Football – National Pilot launched in Manchester
- USA BMX team meet Fallowfield school children
- Manchester Open 2013