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£10,000 target for Big Change to change lives

A team from Manchester City Council’s Rough Sleeper team will be donning lycra and running shoes to tackle the Manchester Half Marathon this October to raise funds for a charity close to their hearts.

Council call for action against modern slavery

Manchester City Council is calling on the government to provide more support for the victims of modern slavery as it believes the support available is not sufficient and needs to go beyond what is currently offered.

Manchester to salute our Armed Forces

Thousands of people, of all ages, are set to show their appreciation and support for the Armed Forces and veterans with a host of fun activities in the city centre this weekend, on Saturday 30 June.

Manchester raises the flag for Armed Forces Day

This morning, Monday 25 June, The Lord Mayor of Manchester Councillor June Hitchen, marked the start of Manchester’s official Armed Forces Day celebrations with the raising of the armed forces flag.

From Moss Side to Grenfell with love

Pupils at St Mary's C of E Primary School in Moss Side have been wearing 'green for Grenfell' to show everyone affected by last year's Grenfell fire tragedy in London that they are thinking of them.

Manchester Day is a foodie’s nirvana

Manchester Food and Drink Festival have compiled a truly mouth-watering selection of food traders for this year’s Manchester Day, along with some of Manchester's best breweries.

The Smiths 1984 - 1986 - Photographs by Stephen Wright

An exhibition of early photographs of Manchester music icons The Smiths – including the world-famous shot of the group posing outside the Salford Lads Club - is to go on display at Central Library.

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