It’s time to dig out the running kit as Sport Relief returns to Manchester. On Sunday 23 March the Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile will be setting off from outside Manchester Town Hall, Albert Square, with hundreds of local residents showing their support for Sport Relief 2014 by choosing to run either one, three or six miles.
To mark Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans* (LGBT) History Month which takes place throughout February Manchester City Council, in partnership with organisations across the city, will host the second annual LGBT Question Time at the town hall on Sunday 23 February, 12-2pm.
With 50 minutes played, Manchester held a 24-14 lead, were guaranteed at least 1 match point as Matthew Davis touched down for their fourth try of the afternoon and were on course for their first bonus point away win of the season. However, a frustrating final 30 minutes saw the hosts fight back strongly as the visitors lost all their momentum, and a player to the sin-bin, eventually going down 35-24.
This is a rallying call for all supporters to a match that could be crucial in our battle to stay in South Lancs & Cheshire One next season!
If we win this match, we will leapfrog our visitors and maybe even move up two places in the league. The team under our new coaching team led by Simon Ogdon are putting in some strong performances and playing entertaining rugby. Last week we scored four tries away from home at Ruskin Park and came so close to getting that elusive away win.
Please turn out in force on Saturday for a match that is guaranteed to be very keenly contested.
Coalition at odds over immigration - Tory minister James Brokenshire says migration from the EU is "too high" and blames the middle classes for backing it - but Vince Cable says he is "intensely relaxed" about large numbers coming to the UK. [BBC Politics]
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The UK needs to invest in testing for those men most at risk of prostate cancer rather than follow a cast-the-net-wide approach targeting the whole population, a leading scientist from The University of Manchester - part of Manchester Cancer Research Centre - has argued at an international conference this week.
Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell, President and Vice-Chancellor of The University of Manchester, has arrived in Singapore to accompany David Willetts, Minister of State for Universities and Science, during his visit to promote UK higher education taking in Australia, Indonesia and Singapore.
Artefacts from the UK mainland’s first fully intact Viking boat burial site discovered by University of Manchester archaeologists working in the Scottish Highlands are one of 10 extraordinary objects to feature in the British Museum's latest blockbuster show.
A cancer patient from Bolton with a rare form of Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma is in remission after becoming the first person outside of the US to trial a new cancer drug, Brentuximab Vedotin, led by University of Manchester Professor at The Christie Hospital in Manchester.
Manchester scientists at the US Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory have helped find the final predicted way of creating a top quark, completing a picture of this particle nearly 20 years in the making.
The University of Manchester Library has won the Facilities Project category in the 2014 Guardian University Awards for its innovative, and highly collaborative, project, The Alan Gilbert Learning Commons.