News published July 2020
For the first time in the history of the census there will be a question on service in the Armed Forces following a campaign led by The Royal British Legion and Poppyscotland, and supported by Manches
Crematoriums and cemeteries across Manchester will see an increase in the number of mourners allowed to attend funeral services
Following changes to national guidance, Manchester City Council has eased the restrictions for mourners attending funeral services.
The last chance is fast approaching for parents to register for free school meal vouchers for the summer holidays through the national government scheme.
More than £250m grant funding and rate relief provided to Manchester businesses during Covid-19 response
More than 9,000 organisations have been supported by the Council since the beginning of the pandemic, with a range of rate relief and cash grants giving a lifeline to some of the city’s businesses.
We’re all used to the concept of a diary as a record – but adding in extra details of where you have been or who you may have come into contact with - could help the NHS track and trace effort.
The Council is urging people to remain vigilant against Covid-19 as more businesses in the hospitality industry plan to reopen this week.
A weekly series of “Memory Boxes” is being published online, featuring highlights from the city’s photographic collections which give insights into the history of neighbourhoods across Manchester.
This Friday, 10 July 2020, marks the first anniversary of Manchester City Council declaring a climate emergency.
Beswick residents are being urged to take part in the consultation for a scheme to create safer roads in their neighbourhood.
Manchester has written an open letter to Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden and Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak asking for an immediate life-line of £71.8m to help the city repair, restart, and rethink cultural life as the sector emerges from lockdown.