Kenworthy Woods in south Manchester has been declared a Local Nature Reserve (LNR) following approval at Manchester City Council's Executive Committee today ( Wednesday 14 December).
An easy-to-use booklet that contains Covid and flu vaccination details, set within essential information to help with heating, food, bills, computer and mobile phone support has been launched today.
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.
Move comes as 50s and over are now able to book in for their vaccinations across the region
Job seekers looking for a career change or a new challenge in the care sector will have the chance to meet care sector employers at Manchester’s Adult Social Care Recruitment event next week.
Paul Dennett, Chair of Greater Manchester Integrated Care Partnership Board and Deputy Mayor for Greater Manchester, announced the city-region has joined the Partnership for Healthy Cities – a prestigious global network committed to saving lives by preventing noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) such as cancer, heart disease, stroke, and chronic lung disease.
A new cash grant scheme of up to £6,000 has now gone to live to help the hospitality, leisure and accommodation sectors hit by the latest Covid-19 variant.
Young people in Gorton have been invited to ceremonially sign the steel structure of the Gorton Hub project to celebrate the development at a key milestone.
The annual report provides an in-depth analysis on Manchester’s progress in line with the ambitions set out in the Our Manchester Strategy.
Tackling obesity will be at the centre of a new public health campaign in Manchester led by Manchester City Council.
The way in which carers can access information, help and support has been brought together under the umbrella of Manchester Carers Pathway.
England gone back into full national lockdown today (00:01 Thursday 5 November) and a range of support is available to Manchester people who need help.
Manchester City Council has praised the extensive plans which have been put in place to manage the safe return of students to the city in the context of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
The Council is urging people to remain vigilant against Covid-19 as more businesses in the hospitality industry plan to reopen this week.