getInvolved

6 things you can do to get more involved in your community

Following this post from earlier in the week, Sue from the Rusholme & Fallowfield Civic Society has very kindly got in touch with some suggestions of other community opportunities to blog about. Today’s post is about things you can do to

getInvolved

6 things you can do to get more involved in your community

Following this post from earlier in the week, Sue from the Rusholme & Fallowfield Civic Society has very kindly got in touch with some suggestions of other community opportunities to blog about. Today’s post is about things you can do to

Young, Bright and on the Right

Review: Young, Bright and on the Right

Reading over the notes I made during Young, Bright and on the Right last night on BBC2, three points stand out, because I wrote them in capitals. One is MY GOD THEY LOOK YOUNG, the second is WHY IS HE

Young, Bright and on the Right

Review: Young, Bright and on the Right

Reading over the notes I made during Young, Bright and on the Right last night on BBC2, three points stand out, because I wrote them in capitals. One is MY GOD THEY LOOK YOUNG, the second is WHY IS HE

Rusholme & Fallowfield Civic Society

RFCS exist to stimulate public interest in and care for the beauty, history and character of Rusholme and Fallowfield and their surroundings. They’ve been around since 1968 and they’re after new members. Membership costs just £3 a year and the Society says that

Rusholme & Fallowfield Civic Society

RFCS exist to stimulate public interest in and care for the beauty, history and character of Rusholme and Fallowfield and their surroundings. They’ve been around since 1968 and they’re after new members. Membership costs just £3 a year and the Society says that

Where will Labour’s money come from?

This post originally appeared on LabourList earlier today. Last week’s news that, like all parties, Labour’s income was down in 2011, comes as no surprise, as we’d just spent rather a lot of it on a general election – but

Where will Labour’s money come from?

This post originally appeared on LabourList earlier today. Last week’s news that, like all parties, Labour’s income was down in 2011, comes as no surprise, as we’d just spent rather a lot of it on a general election – but

Introducing Labour Exchange

This article first appeared on LabourList on Monday. Ever looked at a Labour leaflet and thought ‘I could have designed a better one than this’? Ever spent half an hour of your life inviting all your Facebook friends to a

Introducing Labour Exchange

This article first appeared on LabourList on Monday. Ever looked at a Labour leaflet and thought ‘I could have designed a better one than this’? Ever spent half an hour of your life inviting all your Facebook friends to a

/ Jobs

Hiring Friday: 29th June

This proved quite popular last week so I thought it was worth a repeat – here are some of the job opportunities I’ve come across in the last week. On Thursday Fallowfield Library held a ‘work club’  jobs fair event

/ Jobs

Hiring Friday: 29th June

This proved quite popular last week so I thought it was worth a repeat – here are some of the job opportunities I’ve come across in the last week. On Thursday Fallowfield Library held a ‘work club’  jobs fair event

Why the country is like Marge Simpson and you might want to avoid the Noddy wallpaper

(This post originally appeared on LabourList on Monday June 25th.) Living under this government is starting to feel a bit like being the wife or mother in a certain kind of family sitcom. A Marge Simpson, Lois Griffin, Jill Taylor, all the

Why the country is like Marge Simpson and you might want to avoid the Noddy wallpaper

(This post originally appeared on LabourList on Monday June 25th.) Living under this government is starting to feel a bit like being the wife or mother in a certain kind of family sitcom. A Marge Simpson, Lois Griffin, Jill Taylor, all the