A festive first is heading to Manchester this year with the announcement that Santa's favourite city is to hold its first ever Christmas Parade.
Manchester City Council is marking the fifth anniversary of Manchester joining the UNESCO’s worldwide Creative Cities network as a City of Literature.
The finalists in the running to be crowned winners at the prestigious Manchester Culture Awards have been announced as the city gears up for its annual celebration this week of the stand-out cultural and creative highlights of the last year.
Building works in Newton Heath to deliver 69 zero and low carbon social homes on Council-owned land on Silk Street has reached its highest point - whilst some of the new homes near completion.
Manchester’s local champions to be celebrated in the annual Be Proud Awards.
Manchester's Giant Santa returns to the Capital of Christmas today.
Winning designs produced by local school children are helping light up Manchester city centre this festive season after their winning designs have been made up into illuminated displays
The first group of organisations will begin serving local people next week (Tuesday 15 November) as the new community, integrated health and learning hub is completed.
The wait is over, the festive season has begun, and Manchester's world-famous Christmas Markets are finally back for 2022.
A consultation has opened on Manchester City Council’s budget for the next financial year, from 1 April 2023 to 31 March.
A report detailing the initial phase of developments that will begin the Project 500 housing plan will be heard by the executive committee next week (Weds 16 November).
The Instagram worthy, famous collectable mugs are back for 2023 with a brand-new design.
As global leaders meet at COP27 to discuss climate global action, Cllr Bev Craig, has written an open letter to the PM, Rishi Sunak to discuss the role cities can play in addressing the urgent challenge of climate change and what the Government needs to do to support it.
Manchester will fall silent on Sunday 13 November 2022 as the city remembers the fallen during the annual Remembrance Sunday commemorations.
The challenging financial position facing the Council and proposed savings to close the budget gap are outlined in a series of reports to council committees this month (November 2022.)
Statement on the publication of Volume 2 of the 22 May 2017 attack inquiry report into the response of the emergency services.
A new hub has opened at Red Bank – a site part of the Victoria North regeneration programme – that will help people with employment, training and digital access.
Accessibility is at the heart of this year's Christmas Markets and festive fun in Manchester, with lots of measures put in place to make sure that everyone can enjoy what's on offer.
Manchester City Council and members of the Manchester Homelessness Partnership have confirmed arrangements to help people sleeping on the streets move into accommodation as the nights draw in.
Cllr Luthfur Rahman's statement of reassurance following the tragic incident in Fallowfield this week.
You may have seen claims that the Council is trying to close down popular venue Night & Day.
This is not the case.
Read our statement here.
National company IMPOWER has joined forces with Manchester City Council to launch a brand new “Our Year Legacy Fund” to provide ongoing opportunities for children and young people in the city.
Roaming puppets, supersized penguins, and illuminated bands will be taking to Manchester's main shopping streets in the run-up to Christmas as part of the city's brand-new Festive Sundays programme.
Manchester is the only UK city to be recognised
Local people and businesses are invited to give their feedback about proposals to transform Wythenshawe Town Centre.
The countdown is officially on in the UK's capital of Christmas as Manchester gets ready for the opening of its world-famous Christmas Markets on Thursday 10 November.
For several year Manchester City Council has been working to deliver changes to our highway network which make it easier for people to access Active Travel.
Move comes as 50s and over are now able to book in for their vaccinations across the region
The Council will invest £190k into neighbourhood funding to ensure that young people and children across the city can access to free entertainment and activities during half term holidays.
Manchester City Council is set to launch a new Digital and ICT Strategy focused on growing the city’s economy and establishing a secure new Digital Front Door for Council services.