After a forced break last year due to the pandemic, the Manchester Culture Awards – recognising the very best of culture, arts, and creativity in the city – are back for 2021.
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Young Manchester is passionate about giving children and young people the opportunity to play. Young Manchester know that financially disadvantaged children can experience hunger in the holidays, holiday experience gap and may have fewer opportunities to play.
Playschemes and play activities are one way for children to make new friends, stay active and access healthy food during the school holidays.
Now we are all seeing more people face-to-face it’s only natural we want to chat. Of course, one of the main topics of everyone’s conversation is still coronavirus and our experiences of and thoughts about the vaccine.
It may feel like just having a chinwag, but the conversations we have play a role in shaping how we view the world and how we think about important issues, like vaccination.
Can-Survive UK have a cancer support group in Harpurhey for people living or affected by cancer.
Have you or anyone else close to you been affected by cancer?
Would you like to meet other people in similar circumstances?
Would you like to receive information and support?
George House Trust are interested in someone who is a true leader, shares their values and who loves to think ahead, so previous Trustee experience is helpful but definitely not essential. This is a really exciting time to join George House Trust, and a fantastic opportunity to make a lasting impact.
George House Trust wishes to work with an external evaluator to provide in-depth analysis of their Calabash project. Calabash is an initiative designed to increase engagement with African men living with HIV with George House Trust services.
The Together Trust have a number of vacancies on their Board. Trustees are volunteers and are vital members of the team. Their skills and experience help drive Together Trust’s mission to champion the rights, needs and ambitions of the people they support.
Young people have shared their stories of hope and aspiration as part of a new campaign to help others steer clear of violence and achieve their future.
In Place of War’s (IPOW) Open Call is for creative practitioners (e.g. artists, makers and curators) in Greater Manchester with a heritage of forced displacement (e.g. migrant, exile, refugee or person seeking asylum), who are looking to develop their entrepreneurial skills and professional opportunities in the creative industries.
Applications for artists to be part of the 2022 Manchester Open Exhibition are now open.
Submissions are open to all, including those who may already identify as artists and those who might not, working in any medium. It is free to submit work for consideration, although HOME encourages donations in order to support their outreach and engagement programme.