Day: 20 May 2021

Major rethinks in Manchester Art Gallery exhibits

By Annie Brewer The Manchester Art Gallery is rethinking how to present their classical art, which was often created by privileged white men who benefitted from colonialism and imperialism. Being shut during lockdown for so long has appeared to offer some time to reflect on the exhibits and how they’ve been presented. With museums and […]

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United Star Rashford Backs New Community Fridge

Manchester United star Marcus Rashford has supported the opening of the first community fridge in his hometown of Wythenshawe. The Co-Op, along with charity Hubbub, has launc hed the scheme to provide a new source of fresh food, as well as connecting communities using workshops on how to grow your own fruit and vegetables. There […]

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Bolton’s Covid rates highest in four months

New figures show Bolton Covid cases have risen to their highest level since the January lockdown. In the latest effort to stop the spread of the Indian variant, which is prominent in the borough, Bolton is offering Covid-19 vaccinations to all over 16s. Anyone living, working, or studying in the borough who meet the current […]

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LGBT+ Activists Stand in Solidarity with Palestine

By Annie Brewer LGBT+ Activists marched through Manchester during a protest in solidarity with Palestinians and Muslims following the recent violence in Western Asia. Over the past week, the world has looked at Israel and Palestine with anger and extreme discomfort. There has been spreads of misinformation as for the first time the violence can […]

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A Sheffield MP has expressed his anger after a well-known pub was demolished without planning permission

The Royal Oak in Mosborough which was the start point of the famous ‘Mosborough 10’ a charity pub crawl, was torn down last Saturday after being a familiar sight on the High Street for many years. However, Labour MP for Sheffield South East, Clive Betts posted in the local Mosborough community group on Monday about […]

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