The Printworks has launched its ‘Adopt a Bee’ campaign to raise much-needed funds for Greater Manchester’s communities. Home to over
The Friends of Burnage Library were awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service for their work in bringing the people
England and Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford was last night presented with a Special Recognition Award at the Pride of
INTERVIEW: No more ‘breaking filmmakers’ kneecaps’: Bernard and Huey director Dan Mirvish on how Kickstarter brought a long lost script to the screen
MM spoke to Bernard and Huey director Dan Mirvish as the film had its UK premiere at MANIFF last week, where it won Best Screenplay.
New research has revealed that more than half of people – 63% – said that they have never or cannot remember ever coming together to celebrate with their local neighbourhood.
A co-operative coffee shop in Salford is aiming to become the ‘counterculture’ to modern society by creating a community arts and social space.
‘Glimpses of hope are so important’: Stockport Bishop hopes to be a role model for all – not just women
After serving over a year as the first female Bishop to be ordained by the Church of England, Bishop of Stockport Libby Lane admits that even now, the levels and variety of interest in her never fail to surprise her.
Manchester’s new Health and Wellbeing Service ‘buzz’ has been launched, following the redesign of the sectors across the city.
Opera North’s ’whistle-stop’ series has been praised for breaking down the ‘uncool’ tag that classical music retains with young people by a local teacher.
Eye-catching urban art has been unveiled in Cadishead to commemorate a local butcher who embodied the spirt of the community.
‘Don’t blend in’: Manchester trans make-up artist urges LGBT people to ‘be confident and proud of your journey’
A Manchester transgender woman is on a mission to boost the confidence of the city’s LGBT community and acceptance of others so nobody suffers the same ‘horrific bullying’ she did while at school.