Skip to main content

Please wait while we create a summary for this..!

Find activities

community development fieldworkers

We have an exciting opportunity for a 10 month secondment / Fixed Term Contract to the post of Winning Hearts and Minds Community Development Fieldworker, for partners and people who are already working in Collyhurst and North Manchester. The post holder will be working alongside seven other fieldworkers in North Manchester, but specifically alongside our fieldworker in Collyhurst. We’re looking for someone who is interested in learning more about the Winning Hearts and Minds programme and can hit the ground running. They need to be either already working in these areas with people in these communities, or have brilliant connections and knowledge across North Manchester.  CLICK HERE TO VIEW FULL JOB DESCRIPTION.  The role is Grade 5 (£22,627) and is a 10 month opportunity until 31 January 2022. The contract will be either fixed term or secondment. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE JOB APPLICATION.

the weight is over: gb’s lifters set to power back in wythenshawe

After a year without competition, Great Britain’s para powerlifters are preparing to restart their qualifying campaigns for the rescheduled Tokyo Paralympics, when the World Para Powerlifting World Cup returns to Wythenshawe from 25-28 March. Following a fantastic inaugural event in 2020, the Forum will once again host athletes from around the globe, as the world’s best para powerlifters go head-to-head for crucial ranking places at one of the final qualification opportunities for this summer’s Games. The National Lottery-funded World Cup will be the first event of its kind to be held in the UK since the start of the pandemic. Last year’s event was enjoyed by many local people who backed the Great Britain team to nine senior and three junior medals at the competition. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this year’s event will take place behind closed doors with organisers working with UK public health authorities to implement strict protocols to keep the event as safe and secure as possible. Fans will still be able to cheer on the team from home by following the action through British Weight Lifting’s social media channels. Looking ahead to the event, Great Britain’s Rio 2016 Paralympic silver medallist Ali Jawad said: “After everything that’s happened in the last year, it’s a privilege to be given the opportunity to qualify for my fourth Paralympic Games. “The British public always show such fantastic support for the Paralympics so I hope that I can put in a good performance in Manchester and the other qualifiers, and give people something to cheer about this summer. “Even though the event will be behind closed doors this time, I know our fans will be following every lift from their living rooms and that will give us the boost we need!”

mcractive launch providers portal

The Providers Portal is a unique shared data platform managing sport and physical activity information, content and inspiration across Ease of access and choice is imperative to increasing physical activity levels across Manchester, and as such, we have created a new online platform that will become the home for all activity providers to advertise and promote their opportunities online. If you know a Provider delivering across Manchester, please let them know this platform exists! Or, if you are a Provider and would like to feature on the site and be a part of the journey, CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP.