D-Day Celebrations at the Grange!

The bunting was out in force today at the Grange community centre in Beswick as the East Manchester Over-50's Forum, working with New East Manchester and 4CT, celebrated the 64th anniversary of D-Day.


Marilyn emailed to ask Sean McGonigle:I believe in the cleaner greener Manchester but has Openshaw beenforgotten?For more than a year residents of Openshaw Village has putup with the dust and noise du


Chairman of African Francophone integration Project Community Development worker


AFIP Volunteer

Small Grants Programme

Jeff Burns popped into the grange today and he wants to let you all know about the Beacons VCS Capacity Building Small Grants Programme.For more information and to download the Covering Letter for Bea

iBloging at the grange

Hi, Check out this new post from me and David. i hope that you like it all feedback on this latest post is welcome.  Video

AFIP Multicultural Project

Summer Time: on Saturdays.   Hi all, Multi Cultural Project: Do you like Music and Dance? To all those who live in Manchester, we are looking for Singers,

A.F.I.P. Advice Centre
Edge Lane Allotments

I don't know if you are aware of the current situation with regard to Edge Lane Allotments?

St George's Day

I was asked to record the St George's Day celebration which took place at the Grange, in Beswick east Manchester, on Friday 25th April 2008.


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