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What’s On This Halloween in Manchester

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Although things may be a little different this year due to COVID19, there are still plenty of ways you can get spooky this Halloween in Manchester. Read more to discover just some of the great activities happening this October. I Spy with my Little Eye… The city centre is not one to shy away from […]

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Which Restaurants Are Continuing the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme in Manchester?

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The government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme was a huge success, with many restaurants calling for it to be extended into September. Not only was it good for businesses, but it was also great for diners to enjoy delicious food at reasonable prices. Although the original scheme was only intended to last throughout August, […]

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Manchester City Council and the Business Community Join Forces to Celebrate the First WeMindTheGap Graduates’ Success

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In February this year five young care leavers joined an innovative new programme in Manchester, run by WeMindTheGap. This charity runs 12-month holistic programmes comprising 6 months employment followed by 6 months dedicated support and the lifelong membership to the WeMindTheGap family. After running 9 programs elsewhere, this is the first WeMindTheGap programme in Manchester, […]


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Things To Do in Manchester for Elderly People

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There are many fun things to do in Manchester for elderly people. Whether you care for an elderly person with or without a disability, there’s something to suit all. The five activities that we have selected below include culture in Manchester, sightseeing, and all-round fun days out. Picnic in the park Getting an elderly person […]


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Celebrating Chinese New Year in Manchester

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Redbank House would like to wish you a very Happy Chinese New Year! Each year a different zodiac represents the Chinese celebration and 2019 marks the Year of the Pig. Those who were born in 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995 and 2007 are also celebrate the Year of the Pig The zodiac sign represents many […]

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