Business leaders and influential figures from across the city were out in force last night for the launch of Manchester City Council’s new initiative, 2022: Our Year.
A brand-new drive has been launched in Manchester to help schools promote ethnic diversity through children’s literature.
A Manchester City Councillor has been celebrated for her contributions to green policies and championing sustainability.
West Gorton Community Park, the new ‘Sponge Park’, has won a prestigious environmental award from the Landscape Institute.
Councillor Bev Craig has today, Wednesday 1 December become the new Leader of Manchester City Council.
Manchester Central Library will play a key role in making the 1921 Census for England and Wales freely available to view when it is published online by Findmypast on 6 January 2022.
Stevenson Square in the Northern Quarter could be fully pedestrianised under new plans which are to be put to the public.
David Lynch has been named the new Director for Development & Estates as part of the Council’s Growth and Development team.
A new Council report highlighting how key developments in the city are benefitting the city’s residents and businesses shows that the city’s future continues to look bright despite the pandemic.
Manchester City Council is launching ‘2022: Our Year’ to create a legacy for children and young people living in Manchester and to help bring UNICEF's 'Child Friendly City' recognition for the city.
Manchester Central Library opened their rawrsome new jungle themed Children's Library on Wednesday last week.
Final designs for the Levenshulme and Burnage Active Travel Neighbourhood plan have been approved, signalling the next phase of this flagship programme.
With less than a week to go until he steps down as Leader of Manchester City Council after 25 years, cultural organisations across the city and beyond have paid tribute to the remarkable legacy Sir Richard Leese leaves behind.
The winners of the annual Manchester Culture Awards - held for the first time in two years due to the pandemic - have been announced.
New plans outlining development proposals for Hough End Playing Fields have been drawn up and a public consultation asking residents for their opinions will be open from today (25th November 2021).
A significant multi-million pound refurbishment of Manchester Aquatics Centre will begin at the end of November
This week sees the return of the annual Manchester Culture Awards that are being held for the first time in two years after the pandemic meant they couldn't take place last year.
Manchester City Council to provide fully accessible toilet at this year's Christmas Markets.
A sofa firm has been prosecuted after it sold furniture which was so flammable, fire safety tests carried out on it had to be stopped.
A new planning application has been submitted by the Council that will begin the process of making the Red Bank neighbourhood ready for development, bringing brownfield land back into use.
Manchester Central Library Development Trust have teamed up with Read Manchester to make a difference to children and young people in Manchester this Christmas.
The Council’s executive committee has approved £6.453m of Government funding to be used to support Manchester families and their children who receive welfare support over the coming months.
The Be Proud Awards are a celebration of the extraordinary volunteers and local champions that help to make a difference in our communities and are a true asset to the city.
The leader elect of the Council has stated Manchester’s determination to become an accredited Living Wage City next year.
As cold weather approaches, Manchester City Council and other members of the Manchester Homelessness Partnership have been working together to ensure the right support is in place to help people sleeping rough off the streets this winter.
The Council’s executive committee will be asked to endorse a transformation masterplan to guide the regeneration of the Grey Mare Lane Estate in east Manchester at a meeting next week (Weds 17 Novembe
As part of Manchester City Council’s commitment to public safety and the principles of Martyn’s Law, a free counter-terrorism training event will take place next week.
The Council’s executive committee are expected to agree £1m that will secure the future of the historic Withington Baths at a meeting next week (Weds 17 Nov).
A report to the council's Executive reveals that this year's Manchester International Festival (MIF21) delivered record audience numbers, significant economic impact, and much-needed well-being benefits, despite the ongoing backdrop of a global pandemic.
Manchester’s Giant Santa will be returning to his favourite city next week. He will take his rightful place outside Central Library in St Peter’s Square- ready for the festive fun.