Health and well-being research taking place in Manchester Histories hub!
The health and well-being benefits of engaging people with heritage and the past are well known, but how can we demonstrate this?
Manchester Histories are Manchester Culture Awards 2023 Finalists!
We are delighted to be nominated for a Manchester Culture Award.
Your Home, Your Voice, Your Place: A Celebration of Community and Heritage
Manchester Histories and Great Places Housing Group launches new exhibition to celebrate 10th anniversary of Gateways to Oldham PFI initiative.
The newest recipients of Heritage Compass Networks Funding!
Manchester Histories is delighted to receive funding from Heritage Compass on behalf of the HiDDEN network.
Manchester Histories grant success!
Manchester Histories are delighted to receive grants from the GMCA Culture Fund & Manchester City Council's Cultural Partnership Grant. 2023 - 2026.
Manchester Histories and Museum Shop Sunday
Museum Shop Sunday is coming, and we are delighted to be taking part!
Manchester Histories Festival Impact Report 2022
We are delighted to share our impact report for Manchester Histories Festival 2022. The report gives an insight into what took place before and during the festival's long weekend.
Your Home, Your Voice, Your Place
Manchester Histories is excited to launch a new project in partnership with Great Places Housing Group, Oldham
Manchester Histories Hub
The Manchester Histories Hub is a welcoming and inspirational space that has a focus on wellbeing and will highlight lesser-known histories and heritage through exhibitions, performances, installations, workshops, and events.
Creative Summer School at The Pankhurst Centre
Our friends at the The Pankhurst Centre are running an exciting creative 3 day Summer School for Manchester residents aged 16-18 years old this August
International Women’s Day 2022
Manchester Histories and music charity Brighter Sound have been working with year 9 students from Manchester High School for Girls for IWD22.
Pankhurst Centre – Rooms of Our Own
A project to reveal the hidden ‘herstory’ of the Pankhurst Centre