A long-lost war memorial is unveiled at Newton Heath train maintenance depot.

More than 60 years after the memorial was moved from the carriage works site on Dean Lane, the memorial has been rededicated and unveiled,...

Tiny clogs tell the poignant story of child poverty in the Industrial Revolution

A pair of children’s clogs from the Industrial Revolution stamped with the instruction “not to be pawned”, demonstrate the extreme poverty that was rife among...

Young people from refugee backgrounds to create new biographies of Manchester museum’s ancient historical...

Young people from refugee backgrounds will work with University experts and community artists to produce new narratives of ancient artefacts held in museum collections. Up...

How 11th November 1918 was marked in Manchester

  It was a fine morning in Manchester on the 11th November 1918, the day that  saw the fighting in the greatest war that the...

The wreck of one of the most famous ships of the 17th century ...

The wreck of one of the most famous ships of the 17th century - which sank 340 years ago while carrying the future King...

Pankhurst Trust launches crowdfunding campaign to create ‘Suffragette Garden’

Manchester’s Pankhurst Trust is urging people to support its crowdfunding campaign to create a ‘Suffragette Garden’ in 2018, marking the centenary of the first women achieving the right to vote. The garden, which will be on the site of...

Special screening for film which documented the transformation of Salford

For its 50th anniversary, ‘The Changing Face of Salford’ is being shown at The New Adelphi Theatre at the University of Salford, in an event in...