News published October 2021
A statement from Leader Elect Cllr Bev Craig.
The drive to administer booster jabs of the Covid-19 vaccine is well under way in Manchester.
The first ground will be broken today (Monday 25 October 2021) as work to transform Manchester’s Albert Square into a world class public space – increasing its size by around 20pc – gets underway.
Grayson Perry exhibition helps push Manchester Art Gallery visitor numbers back up to pre-pandemic levels
An exhibition curated by artist Grayson Perry as a spin-off of his TV show 'Grayson's Art Club' that the public took to their hearts during lockdown last year, has helped push visitor numbers at Manchester Art Gallery back up to pre-pandemic levels.
A brand new primary school in the city centre is a step closer to opening after the Council's Executive this week approved additional budget for the project.
Manchester City Council has reluctantly announced that the city’s eight council-organised bonfire and fireworks events will not take place this year.
For many the cancellation of last year’s Christmas Markets was made even more disappointing because of the loss of an especially important festive tradition – the ever-popular Christmas Market Mugs.
A dedicated advice helpline has been launched in Manchester to help support the ongoing push for vaccinations.
Game of Thrones fans will be reassured to know that Jon Snow has recently had his Covid jab.
Christmas is returning to Manchester! Piccadilly Gardens to become Winter Gardens following festive transformation
Piccadilly Gardens will take a star turn this festive season, becoming the hub for Christmas in Manchester – the UK’s one and only capital of Christmas.