Cottonmouth MCR Episode 46: Cate Allison, CEO, MASH

In our final episode of Cottonmouth MCR, we’re talking to Cate Allison, the outgoing CEO of the wonderful MASH about the charity’s history and growth, how their services have altered to support female sex workers, what’s happening now on the streets, what the future holds, and what businesses can do to support them.

TfGM Flexible Working Survey

Transport for Greater Manchester is conducting a survey to understand city businesses’ flexible working arrangements to better support travel planning. Complete the survey(s) below to be entered into a prize draw for £250.

Cottonmouth MCR Episode 45: Manchester Central Library

In this episode of Cottonmouth MCR we talk to Neil Macinnes, Manchester City Council lead for libraries, about the re-development of Central Library, how to make libraries relevant to the 21st Century, its place in Manchester and lots more.

Don’t Drink and Drown Week – Business Action

For Don’t Drink and Drown Week more than 30 businesses are coming together promote the message that, as a city, we want people to enjoy their nights out, but be safe around our canals and riversides. 

Cottonmouth MCR Episode 44: Fazenda

In this episode of Cottonmouth MCR we talk to Tomas Maunier, co-founder of Fazenda about the passion that drove him to start the restaurant, how the chain organically grows, how staff are at the centre of everything and the future of F&B in Manchester.

Greater Manchester Clean Air Plan

Greater Manchester is developing a Clean Air Plan to tackle harmful and illegally high levels of roadside air pollution across the city-region.

Cottonmouth MCR Episode 41: Manchester Museum

In this episode of Cottonmouth MCR we talk to Esme Ward, (relatively) new director of the Manchester Museum about the plans for expansion of the museum, refreshing the galleries and displays, and how they intend to connect to local communities.

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