Neighbours by chance - Friends by choice
Established in May 2013 Wythenshawe Good Neighbours (WGN) is a funded, volunteer led initiative concerned with reducing the impact of isolation and loneliness amongst our elderly Wythenshawe community.
WFM is a community radio station based in the heart of Wythenshawe town centre. It belongs to the community who live and work in the area and acts as a platform for them to have a voice which might otherwise go unheard.
• To promote local services and community groups.
Volunteers from The Lesbian & Gay Foundation (The LGF) got involved in arty workshops and helped create The LGF's float for Manchester Day Parade 2014. They had brilliant fun on the day and this video captures all their shenanigans!
Myrtle Finley, Project Coordinator at Greater Manchester Youth network, speaking at an International Women's Day event organised by Macc and Greater Manchester Youth Network. The event was for young women to draw their attention to inspiring women's stories.
Saima Naseem, Board member and volunteer at Greater Manchester Youth network, speaking at an International Women's Day event organised by Macc and Greater Manchester Youth Network. The event was for young women to draw their attention to inspiring women's stories.
Need help with your interview techniques, David Jackel has created a brilliant set of videos that cover all aspects. I have put them all on one page for easy reference.http://www.pauledwards.org.uk/tutorials/interview-techniques
The Community Reporter visited the Northwest Tonight set at the BBC, Gordon Burns and Ranvir Singh are presenters of the programme, a behind the scenes look at how the programme is put together.
The photo was taken in 2008
Day 2 of working on the Chorlton Good Neighbours plot in Mancheter UK. Digging over the ground and cutting some branches off a tree that is overhanging the plot. Plenty of stops for cups of tea and some of Keith's banana cake
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The Wesley Enterprise Centre is part of the Methodist Church in Manchester. For over 10 years the building has provided work space for local charities, agencies and individuals who are working to make Manchester a better place to live and work.
I was encouraged to move onto the Bentley House estate, more commonly known as the ‘Redbricks’, back in 1999, in order to help with the Redbricks Online community internet project that was then being rolled out.
We visited Hulme Community Garden Centre as part of National Allotment week. (8th-14th August 2011) There are various activities and events you can attend. It is a very pleasant place in the heart of Hulme. Visit their website here:http://www.hulmegardencentre.org.uk/