A proportion of the money made on each jar of the five new sauces sold is going to Arrhythmia Alliance and its ‘Hearts & Goals’ campaign, which aims to have more defibrillators accessible to the public.
Plastic fantastic: Chorlton street ditches notes and coins to become first in UK to go ‘cashless’ for a day
A fashionable street in Chorlton became the first in the UK to trade entirely without cash for the day as a social experiment last weekend.
Say cheese… and eat for free! World’s first pay-by-picture restaurant offers Manchester diners meals for snaps
Manchester’s diners will soon be able to snap themselves a free meal – simply by taking a picture of their food, courtesy of pop up restaurant The Picture House.
Greater Manchester Police targeted motorists across the region as swarms of England fans hit the pubs to watch their opening game against Italy
Summer of Lev will be embracing the festival atmosphere and raising funds for homeless charity, coffee4craig.
Dutch brewer Heineken will pour £50million into their Manchester plant as they look to add fizz to their UK performance.
Fight for Pride: Manchester bar owners battle it out in cocktail contest to produce festival’s official drink
The bars of Manchester are going head-to-head to be in the mix for a competition to create the Official Manchester Pride Cocktail.
Manchester’s latest cocktail bar is has laid down the gauntlet to its Northern Quarter rivals by proclaiming it will be the ‘best bar in the world’.
Turtle Bay is fin-ally here: Manchester to go coconuts for £1million Caribbean cocktail bar and restaurant
Turtle Bay’s new £1million Manchester bar and restaurant will bring a taste of Caribbean cocktails, cuisine and culture to the city centre.
Brits are frequently exposed to adverts that promote boozy lifestyles despite advertising guidelines, claims a new study by the University of Manchester.
ChildLine has reported that the number of children counselled as a result of their parents’ substance abuse has more than DOUBLED in the last year.