It’s here – the October issue of the Mancunian Matters e-edition! The latest issue is packed with the latest news,
Zoom dates, socially-distanced picnics and no snogging: The awkward yet rewarding reality of dating during Covid-19
‘Lockdown-dating’ may seem trivial compared to the very real and devastating issues people are facing during this time, but for some, having the pause button indefinitely jammed shut on their love life can have a huge emotional impact.
Lockdown has meant many things to many people, and this is particularly true when it comes to health, fitness and wellbeing.
The latest issue is packed with features across news, sport, entertainment and lifestyle.
Manchester’s new Health and Wellbeing Service ‘buzz’ has been launched, following the redesign of the sectors across the city.
Exercising through the winter is never easy, which is why Christina Macdonald, editor-at-large of Women’s Running, has offered her top ten tips for running in the colder months.
Sophie Wawa-Webster! Corrie star set to wow Christmas party crowds after ‘stunning’ Trafford Centre makeover
Corrie Star Brooke Vincent gets a stunning Christmas party season makeover from Manchester’s intu Trafford Centre
‘The right to be fashionable’: Models put the curve in curvalicious at Manchester’s first plus size fashion festival
Being curvy or plus size doesn’t mean you don’t have the right to fashionable clothing and brands are finally starting to understand this, according to the organiser of Manchester’s first ever Curve Fashion Festival.
Live artists in action are the latest additions to this year’s Great Northern Contemporary Craft Fair at the Old Granada Studios on Friday October 9.
An online app which provides prompt and regular massage therapy to customers in the comfort of their own home has launched its services in central and Greater Manchester.
A Manchester-based charity is encouraging local businesses to turn to them for practical guidance on mental illness awareness in the workplace in order to break down the stigma and barriers of this all too often ‘taboo’ issue.