Monthly Archive:: April 2015
Our first meeting last week was really good: 5 of us met up for a cuppa and a chat and a good laugh! We lookedÂ at how we can Â get in touch with more older neighbours and shared thoughts aboutÂ day trips and activities. It was also really interesting to hear
Weâ€™ve got three exciting events coming up at MICRA in the University of Manchester that we hope will be of interest to you and your organisation.Â Please feel free to circulate these events amongst your members and colleagues.Â All are welcome to attend these free events. ‘Why Survive?
Joint event between Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People Disabled and Manchester Disabled Peopleâ€™s Access Group. At this event you will be able to: Â· Connect with other disabled people and their friends from Moss Side, Hulme and surroundings areas Â· Learn about what we do, and how to
Bread Baking @ JNR8 JNR8 Youth & Community Centre, 82 Cromwell Avenue, Whalley Range, Manchester M16 0BG (Back of Manley Park Methodist Church) Improving skills, confidence and English Book one FREE session – Friday 24th April or Friday1st May from 12 â€“ 3pm. The Bread Project idea is simple.
The impressive grade II listed venue, British MuslimÂ HeritageÂ Centre (BMHC), will be hosting an amazing evening sharing aÂ platform with some of the UKâ€™s current leading British Muslim women. The BMHC aspires to celebrate Islamâ€™s rich and diverse heritage, inspiring all communities to embrace diversity and is highly instrumental in shapingÂ a
Please click on the link below to read the latest issue featuring news and events for older residents living in Whalley Range and beyond… AFWRNewsletter4_2015FinalÂ (updated version) AFWR Newsletter issue 4_2015
Manchesterâ€™s free wifi networks are available in locations across the city. You can browse the internet, access services, use social networks and search for local businesses and destinations while on the move. ‘_FreebeeMcr’ is the on-street network – it’s free for the first 30 minutes, then Â£3 for the
The first volume of the clubâ€™s history is now available. It is A4, 200+ pages long, lots of photos etc, and retails for Â£20, but is just Â£10 to current members. Copies are available from the club when there is access to the bar. To buy mail order, please