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Great News! We’re back for face to face appointments

Hi Everyone, 

We’re happy to announce that we’re reopening our yes centres again starting Tuesday 6 April and are now taking face to face appointment bookings.

We’re really looking forward to welcoming you back into our centres and want you to know that we’re committed to maintaining a high level of cleanliness as we prepare to get back to normal.

We’re cleaning, sanitising, and disinfecting throughout the day, focusing on areas and surfaces with potential for frequent customer contact.  Our staff is also wearing protective face masks and we’re taking every preventative measure possible to protect our staff and customers.

Appointments are for 1 hour slots and are limited, here are the opening times and days:-

Newton Heath: Monday to Friday, first appointment is at 10:00am and the last appointment is at 3:00pm.

Collyhurst: Tuesday, Wednesday,Thursday, first appointment at 10:00am and last appointment is at 3:00pm.

If you would like to book a face to face appointment you can contact us as follows:  

Tel: 0161 720 4090 for Newton Heath or 0161 720 4990 for Collyhurst 


See you soon!


The Life Lounge – Weekly Drop-in Workshop

The Life Lounge –
Come and join The Life Lounge conversation where Reform Radio’s Well-Being Manager Dan leads an online, open conversation about all things life. From ‘you live and you learn’ to ‘current topics’ everything is open for discussion and everyone is welcome. Dan provides a safe and open space for all to share, but even if you want to just come and listen that is perfectly fine too.
Every Tuesday 1pm – 3pm on ZOOM.

Children’s Easter Explore In The Park – Boggart Hole Clough

Hi Everyone,
The Children’s Explore In The Park will be at Boggart Hole Clough on 12th April and 13th April with the Start Well Develop Well team and Charlestown Community Action group.
Places are limited, to book a place, you just need to sign up through this link:
Each child will receive a free pack lunch and an easter prize for joining in.

If you still need help to complete the Census, North Manchester Community Partnership can support Manchester residents until 4th May at Simpson Memorial Hall, Moston. To find our more please call 07859795356 or 07307206013

Did you know that Manchester International Festival are recruiting volunteers for this years event?

Would you like to be a part of one of the world’s most dynamic and adventurous cultural festivals?
MIF couldn’t run without the dedication, energy and enthusiasm of many amazing volunteers.
MIF19 saw 507 volunteers get involved, from helping out with preparations to greeting the public at events. Our diverse and supportive community of volunteers are one of our greatest assets – passionate about the arts, the Festival and our city.
Why volunteer?
Volunteering is a great way to connect with the Festival and the city. Whether you are looking for an opportunity to get behind the scenes of the Festival, meet an amazing group of people, gain customer service skills for the workplace, or just do something different and fun.
Other benefits include invites to special events, MIF volunteer clothing and rucksack, and (dependant on availability) ticket offers and discounts.
MIF reimburses all reasonable, out of pocket expenses relating to travel, subsistence and access requirements for people taking part in our volunteering programme.
To register your interest in volunteering at MIF21 , visit this link to read more and create a profile on our Volunteer Hub.
The closing date for applications is Thursday 29 April.
For anyone who has talked to our Neighbourhood Organisers you have a special Priority Join Code: NORTHMANCHESTER
After that, we will arrange virtual and in person socially distant meeting days, where you can meet current MIF volunteers and ask any questions that you want of them and the Volunteering Team.
Confirmation of places will begin in April/May and will be subject to the changing COVID-19 situation.
If you have any questions before you apply, just email Lee & Esther on

Have you considered retraining in Social Care?

An exciting opportunity to complete a 12 week programme to RETRAIN in Social Care is being delivered by MAES. For just a few of the benefits of completing the course and information, see the attached pictures.
Learners have given really positive feedback on:
  • How much support they received throughout and after the course.
  • Benefits of completing the course.
  • Plans of their next steps.

For more information on the RETRAIN in Social Care course contact or visit the Manchester Adult Education website.

Let’s talk cancer, let’s choose to challenge – Answer Cancer

Please see information below on behalf of Answer Cancer:
Let’s talk cancer, let’s choose to challenge- Answer Cancer
About this Event
To celebrate International Women’s Day Answer Cancer have spent the whole of March choosing to challenge health inequalities! Although our month of celebration is coming to an end, we want conversations around cancer awareness and health inequalities to continue.
We’re delighted to invite YOU to attend to our Let’s Talk Cancer, Let’s Choose to Challenge online event on 24th March, 6pm-7pm via Zoom. This will be a wonderful opportunity to learn more about what cancer screening programmes are available to you – making sure you are in a position of power over your own health.
Since cancer is everyone’s business – everyone’s invited! If you live or work in Greater Manchester and you want to learn more about cancer prevention, please book a ticket by clicking here:…/lets-talk-cancer-lets…