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Heart and Parcel English and Cooking 6 week project

24 Aug 2018 - 10:55 by michelle.foster

Heart and Parcel would like to invite women ESOL learners to practise their English, learn new recipes, eat, chat, share and more.

The next session is starting on 10 September and will take place every Monday for 6 weeks, 10am to 1pm at Roby Church, 307 Dickenson Road, Longsight, Manchester, M13 0NG.

It is free to join, and learners can be of any level. It is not accredited, but just a relaxed and informal place to practice and use your English.

For further information and to register, contact Naomi on 0771 059 0610.

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Take part in a survey investigating mental health in Manchester

24 Aug 2018 - 10:53 by michelle.foster

The University of Nottingham’s Centre for Mental Health is proud to be working with Greater Manchester Combined Authorities and NHS in Greater Manchester to investigate mental health in Greater Manchester.

Greater Manchester, can you help?
The University of Nottingham’s Centre for Mental Health wants to know what you think about the services you get in Greater Manchester.

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Trapped: Stopping the criminal exploitation of children and vulnerable adults - Conference Invite - Monday 8 October

22 Aug 2018 - 12:43 by michelle.foster

A forthcoming free conference the Programme Challenger and Deputy Mayor’s officer are hosting on Monday 8 October at Audacious Church.

The conference is focussed around what work has been done, and we can do as a GM system to identify, prevent and address the criminal exploitation of children and vulnerable adults.

We are inviting partners from LA’s (including the Safeguarding Boards) Police, Health, Education and Youth Offending Service, but we are also keen to ensure we have good representation from the voluntary, community and faith sector.

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£2 million Youth strand of the Building Connections Fund opens

17 Aug 2018 - 10:13 by michelle.foster

Eligible charities and community organisations from across England can apply for up to £80,000 from the Building Connections Fund Youth strand, to expand or enhance their work tackling youth loneliness. Coop Foundation

Funding, delivered by the Co-op Foundation, is available for projects that support any groups of young people within the most deprived 30% areas of England.

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Miners Community Arts and Music Centre volunteer open evening

17 Aug 2018 - 10:09 by michelle.foster

An ex-miners washhouse turned community arts and music venue in Moston is looking for people to get involved in all aspects of the organisation. From creative folks who can dream up and run projects, friendly faces to serve brews to the lovely folk who visit, to trustees to help set the strategic direction - the Miners Community arts and Music wants you involved.

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Partners across Manchester come together to champion youth social action in communities across the city

17 Aug 2018 - 10:08 by michelle.foster

Young Manchester has launched a Positive Engagement Programme which will engage more young people in the communities of Manchester through detached youth work. The charity has commissioned £250,000 for the 21-month project which will improve opportunities for young people. Young Manchester

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Festival of Manchester

17 Aug 2018 - 10:06 by michelle.foster

The different communities that make Manchester buzz are being celebrated in a spectacular free family fiesta, which will be a fitting finale to the summer holidays. Festival of Manchester

The inaugural Festival of Manchester, a brand-new annual event on the city's calendar, takes place at Platt Fields Park in Manchester on Saturday 1 September.

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Consultation: Have your say on the Northern Gateway Framework

17 Aug 2018 - 10:04 by michelle.foster

As one of the largest regeneration projects in the UK, Manchester City Council and development partners Far East Consortium (FEC) want to encourage as many local people as possible to attend one or more of the consultation drop-in events and complete a questionnaire. Manchester City Council

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