Manchester's favourite day of the year is set to be even bigger and better this summer with a brand-new format for 2023 transforming it into a day-til-dusk celebration of all things Manchester on Saturday 29 July.
Thousands of children and young people in Manchester will be able to take part in a programme of holiday activities over the upcoming Easter holidays targeted at those who receive free school meals.
Manchester City Council has announced an almost £1.2 million scheme to decarbonise Woodhouse Park Active Lifestyle Centre after securing a Government grant to help with the project.
Work has commenced to transform three heritage railway arches in the city centre into a talent development centre for artists.
The first ever exhibition of a life’s work by renowned music photographer Jill Furmanovsky at Manchester City Library from April 15 to June 24, 2023. Admission free.
Manchester is to play host to a prestigious international convention for the performing arts this summer, which will see hundreds of professionals working globally in the sector descend on the city for the three-day conference in June.
Broadhurst Clough in Moston joins Kenworthy Woods as the city’s newest designated Local Nature Reserve (LNR) following approval at the Executive committee today.(Wednesday 22 March).
From craft markets to Easter egg hunts, there is a jam-packed programme of events over the Easter holidays in Manchester’s parks- perfect for the whole family.
Homeless families are set to benefit from a groundbreaking service that gives them access to employment support and homes so they can move out of temporary accommodation and into their own homes.
The Council’s executive will be asked to approve the Strategic Regeneration Framework (SRF) for the former retail site at a meeting last week (Weds 22 March).
From Street Parties, to volunteering days and lunches there are a number of ways that Mancunians can mark the coronation of His Majesty The King and Her Majesty The Queen Consort’s Coronation plans th
A major new independent review has been announced into Manchester’s grassroots music venues and how the Council and its partners can better support and champion them.
Grants totalling £939,982 over the next three years have been awarded by the city council to twelve different arts organisations in Manchester that between them deliver an extensive range of cultural activities and opportunities both for local people and wider arts audiences.
A delegation from the project to protect the Houses of Parliament for future generations has visited Manchester Town Hall today (Friday 17 March) to gain insight into how it is tackling a similar task
Moston Lane and Withington high street will share around £2.8m funding for projects to improve the district centres through new high quality green public spaces, amongst wider regeneration investment.
Our statement from leader, Cllr Bev Craig.
The next steps for the once in a generation transformation of Collyhurst Village and South Collyhurst have been set out.
Schools will be springing into action to help make Manchester a cleaner and greener city as they join in the annual Great British Spring Clean campaign this month.
The winners have been announced of Manchester's prestigious Youth Buzz Awards that see young people recognised for their stand-out achievements and for making a positive difference to their communities.
Manchester City Council has today (Friday 3 March 2023) set its budget, including its element of Council Tax, for 2023/24.
Commuters travelling across Manchester's Metrolink network were in for a treat today as thousands of free books were given away on the city's trams to celebrate World Book Day® and
For decades Deansgate has been a living and breathing part of Manchester City Centre.
Funding has been secured for much-needed improvements along the Manchester Cycleway.
A significant milestone has been passed in Manchester as work continues to protect people from terror attacks.
Manchester’s Walk for Women will return to the city centre on Saturday 4 March to celebrate International Women’s Day 2023.
Today (Wednesday 15 February) a new piece of street art, that will form part of a wider art project in the area, was unveiled in Levenshulme.
The Council’s plans to create a new ‘green heart of Ancoats’ is underway as a planning application is submitted as part of the final phase of the neighbourhood’s regeneration story.
The updated total of how much funding the Council has managed to put in place to support its climate change ambitions has been revealed.
The Council’s executive will be asked to approve the disposal of the former Chorlton Leisure Centre site to be used for affordable housing at a meeting of the executive next week (Weds 15 Feb).
More than 300 young people joined forces last week in Manchester to celebrate their achievements during the city's child-focused year-long 2022 Our Year campaign, and to look to the future as Manchester seeks to become recognised by the UK Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF UK) as a Child Friendly City.