Bringing people together to learn about climate change and to identify ways of taking practical action to reduce their carbon footprint, with information, workshops, food, entertainment and networking.
Manchester City Council is leading the city’s arrangements to mark the anniversary of the Manchester Arena attack on Tuesday 22 May 2018.
Those affected by those terrible events will want to mark the date in different ways, so the programme is varied and takes different forms, to make sure that people can feel connected to it.
"Curiously enough, the only thing that went through the mind of the bowl of petunias as it fell was “Oh no, not again”.
Formed in 2002, Pennine Care has grown to become a leading provider of community and mental health services. Their vision is to deliver the best care to patients, people and families in local communities, by working effectively with partners to help people to live well.
They provide care to thousands of people every day. The community and mental health services support around 2.4 million patient contacts each year across six boroughs of Greater Manchester - Bury, Oldham, Rochdale, Stockport, Tameside and Glossop and Trafford.
Inter Faith Youth Trust will be awarding small grants up to £500 for organisations running events or projects organised by and for young people focused around Inter Faith Week 12-19 November 2017.
“The executive and members of the Faith Network for Manchester (FN4M) express our horror at yet another Islamophobic attack. Yet another arson attack has been perpetrated against the Nasfat Mosque, which has gutted the building this time. This is an unacceptable act and we are united with people of all faiths and none in deploring all hate crimes. We stand in solidarity with our Muslim brothers and sisters, especially with those members and congregants of the Nasfat Manchester Islamic Centre.
I'm delighted to share a blog written by Dr Sohail Munshi, reflecting on the response to the events at the MEN Arena this week. (Click here to read Macc's response)
I’ve never written a blog before so this is a first.
Our thoughts today, following the horrendous incident at the Manchester Arena last night, are with those who were caught up in the attack, especially those killed and injured and their families. Such acts of indiscriminate terror have no part in our society and we stand together with all who long for a world in which violence and terror does not have the last word.
As faith and interfaith groups in Manchester, we reaffirm our commitment to working together to increase understanding and respect between all people.
We have pulled together a range of information collected so far about the additional support local charities & community organisations are offering in the aftermath of the events.
Scroll down to the foot of the page to view the updates.
Helplines and official contact information
The Faith Network for Manchester (FN4M) are arranging an act as a mark of respect and to send a message of solidarity amongst all our communities to coincide with the London event tomorrow. The London Met are holding a minute silence by getting people to link arms along Westminster Bridge at 2.40pm this Wednesday 29 March.
FN4M are requesting your assistance in being able to organise this locally, i.e. 2.40pm this Wednesday. FN4M are also hoping for everyone to call the venue 'Westminster Bridge' for that minute of silence and use the #westandtogether.