A Didsbury hospice which has supported the families of children with life-limiting illnesses for over thirty years has published a book detailing its history.
How vital is Gaelic football to the Irish-British community in 2023? Just ask Manchester player Tommy Hanvey. “They can come
Ahead of National Bookshop Day on October 9th, MM caught up with local indie bookshops about what makes them stand
If you’re looking to have a gamble on casino games when you’re in Didsbury village, there are basically three options
Khandoker Restaurant in East Didsbury is offering free hot meals to children and families struggling with food poverty. This follows
With house prices at low levels and the Chancellor’s introduction of the stamp duty ‘holiday’, it is a great time for first-time buyers to purchase their new home and for homeowners to move house.
For the first time since World War II, the Chelsea Flower Show is cancelled, it was announced last month. This year’s absence of the pageantry found in the Queen’s favourite outing, however, has since revealed itself to be trivial in light of the country’s and the world’s devastating situation. Flowers are not insignificant in the battle, though. Covid-19 has left the fate of the workforce in unprecedented territory, and one field that is facing new challenges as a result is floristry.
The Shack’s location is fantastic, settling in well among the other trendy bars, cafés and restaurants for which Burton Road is known.
Manchester’s schoolchildren are sharing their love of reading with disadvantaged children in an attempt to boost literacy levels in the city.
Manchester restaurant flooded with brutal one-star reviews after ‘banning’ pugs from photo competition
A Manchester restaurant has received almost 500 1* reviews in less than 24 hours after it ‘banned’ pugs from entering a pet photo competition.
The results are in and Manchester’s schools are celebrating an impressive set of exam results for yet another year.