Made for Each Other

Marking World Mental Health Day on 10 October, Made For Each Other is a day of free digital talks, workshops and coaching sessions, made with love by the hub and members of our community of curious and generous creatives.

A gift from them to you and your fellow creatives, the day is yours to dip in and out of, and you can book tickets for as many events as you like. A real community effort, we’re so grateful for everyone’s support, and can’t wait to see you on there on 10 October! Tell your friends too… we’d love them to take some time out too!

Check out the offerings here

The Hub – Developing new thinking and practice in the creative sector

Arts & Health, Events

4th International Social Prescribing Network Conference

March 10th – 11th 2022

The conference will be an online event.  Tickets will enable delegates to attend all scheduled sessions on the 10th and 11th March 2022.  There will also be a range of digital content available to delegates for several weeks after the conference – so catching up with sessions you couldn’t attend will be simple.

There will be a mixture of plenary sessions, breakout sessions, research specific presentations, and poster displays interspersed with networking opportunities.  We will have dedicated networking space for meeting exhibitors, presenters, and delegates.  

The conference will address the ‘hot topics’ in social prescribing, in the UK and in other countries as well as sharing the latest international research findings.  The conference programme will be developed in the next few months as we listen to suggestions from the social prescribing network members.  We will update the programmes as speakers are confirmed.  The end of the first day will also include the Social Prescribing Network Awards, where we celebrate the achievements of the social prescribing schemes and people involved.

Bookings are through Salford University shop

Events, Uncategorized

Great Place Greater Manchester On-line Conference

A series of lunchtime thematic webinars
taking place over 4 weeks. Hear about project
successes and lessons learnt, programme
outcomes and how we are taking this work
forward across Greater Manchester.

Great Place GM was a 3 year action
research programme led by GMCA and part
of the national Great Place scheme funded
by National Lottery Heritage Fund and Arts
Council England.

Take part in the debate about the role of
arts and culture in a post pandemic world.

Culture, Health and Wellbeing, Tuesday 21st September

Creative Ageing Thursday 30th September

No-one Left Out Tuesday 12th October

Our Place Thursday 21st October



Nominate your Greater Manchester key worker hero

Nominate your Greater Manchester key worker heroes and be part of Living Heroes

Hits Radio have partnered with Illuminos,* and City of Trees, to create a unique and breathtaking ‘tree tribute’ to key workers in the Greater Manchester area.

As part of the project, 33 trees in …and around the centre of Manchester will have the face of a nominated key worker projected on it. The tree projections will take place over a series of evenings in June, with the photos also being shared online for all to see.

Get involved by just sharing a photo of a key worker on Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #LivingHeroes and they could be immortalised in an art project to celebrate the amazing work they’ve done.

For more information see