Manchester’s Festival of Libraries events announced

Manchester’s libraries are firmly back in business with a five-day festival as the pandemic eases. The festival will take place from the 9th – 13th June and will honour Greater Manchester’s renowned network of 133 libraries with a free programme of over 80 events. The activities range from music, dance, poetry, outdoor trails and activism, as well […]

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“I came up here and haven’t left” – How people have found moving to Manchester during the Pandemic

PEOPLE are moving to Manchester during the pandemic to get work, a better job or even just to make new friends Since lots of jobs have been lost and people have been made redundant throughout Covid-19, some thought it would be better to move to a larger city for employability. Blanca Alhambra, a Physio therapist, […]

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Dance teacher hits out at unfair COVID restrictions in Greater Manchester

A Bolton dance instructor has hit out at what she says are excessive COVID restrictions in Greater Manchester. Hannah Wilson was forced to take her adult dance classes online when the nationwide restrictions were implemented on November 5. What she didn’t expect was adult dance classes to remain closed throughout December despite gyms and under […]

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Sale superheroes

Superheroes of Sale set to raise £15,000 for Manchester’s Ronald McDonald House

A band of Superheroes is running around Sale to raise people’s spirits during lockdown. So, do not be surprised if you see Superman chasing Captain America with Spiderman, and his friends, down your street. Following the announcement of the first national lockdown, the Superheroes of Sale took it upon themselves to come together and have […]

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