Burnage History Champions is a lively group of around 25 people from the local area who have been meeting regularly over the last 5 years to learn, explore and share their love of local and family history. The group runs regular (fortnightly) Tuesday afternoon sessions (2pm-4pm) at Burnage Library during term time and plan and attend trips to visit heritage venues.
All Arts & culture
Showcasing the words of women of colour.
The event is for women over 18 only.
To reserve a place email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Doors open at 7pm concert starts at 7.20pm
- Dave Steele, The Blind Poet – Denise Leigh and Stefan Andrusyschyn
- Sir Blimey – The Socialites WI Choir
- plus more to be announced
- Adults £10*/£12
- Concessions £6*/£8
- Guides/carers free
- Family ticket £25*/£30
*Early bird pricing available until 31 October 2022
The Executive Assistant a comprehensive administrative and personal support to the Chief Executive and Artistic Director (CEO/AD) and Creative Director (CD), including: managing an extremely active calendar of appointments; composing and preparing correspondence; arranging detailed travel plans, preparing coordinating and preparing agendas for meetings as required, taking minutes as required, compiling documents and presentations; completing expense reports/ VISA reconciliations and ensuring a smooth day to day running of the Chief Exec/Artistic Director and Creative Director’s affairs.
These are two roles with mirrored lead responsibilities, supporting each other for peak demand or for holiday cover etc.
Co-ordinate all presented/visiting production requirements and MIF events, public programme and creative engagement activities including scheduling, contractual allowances, technical facilities licensing and ‘contra’ sheets, including draft contras/quotes as required.
Co-ordinate all presented/visiting production staffing requirements including scheduling and rotas, contractual allowances, booking and contracting staff and ‘contra’ sheets
Do you love sharing stories and connecting people through food? Would you like to work in (officially) the best museum café in the UK?
As a Café Team Leader you will be an integral member of the Front of House Team. This is an active, varied and hands-on role that supervises the daily operation of the café.
Day-to-day activities will include everything from cash handling, to keeping the kitchen and front of house clean and organised, to serving customers, to brewing barista coffees, to making delicious food from scratch.
Stitched Up is a not-for-profit Community Benefit Society (a type of co-operative) on a mission to inspire action on sustainable fashion. You can read more about us here.
Stitched Up is a not-for-profit Community Benefit Society (a type of co-operative) on a mission to inspire local communities to take action on sustainable fashion. You can read more about us here.
To mark the city’s celebrations of 50 years of Manchester’s Caribbean Carnival The Ahmed Iqbal Ullah RACE Centre and Education Trust in partnership with Manchester Libraries have a series of free events for Black History Month at Manchester Central Library.
The Deputy Facilities Manager will assist the Facilities Manager in managing the assets, building services and facilities at a large, new, flexible venue in Central Manchester. They will bring a range of relevant practical skills and experience to this unique building. They will lead a team of multi-skilled technicians and help manage several outsourced service providers/contractors to deliver this provision. They will lead the management of a detailed and comprehensive Computer Aided Facilities Management (CAFM) system to ensure standards of maintenance are high.