Hello there!

We trust you are all keeping well and staying safe.

The Made In Manningham Team have been busy preparing to become an independent business as well as continuing our work and support for local people with business ideas.

This includes delivering our Rising Stars programme – our leadership course for local women is now running online and we are excited to see what brilliant ideas come out of it!

We are also still offering FREE Enterprise Coaching for people with business ideas in Manningham. Get in touch with one of the Team!

Please feel free to contact us via phone or email:

Katherine 07517996460 / katherine@madeinmanningham.co.uk

Waj 07597394837 / waj@madeinmanningham.co.uk

Natalie 07597394844 / natalie@madeinmanningham.co.uk

Millan Centre –

Online classes in Mehndi and Confidence Building. For more information or to book a place contact Aaisha on 01274 480691/email admin@millan.org.uk
Manningham Housing Association –

ICT Skills Course – Gain essential IT skills and confidence in using the Internet and digital applications from the comfort of your own home. Starts February 1st at 12 PM – We are also running lots more fun online activities!
Contact 07930713129 to find out more / register.
Creative Wellbeing Group for Women –

Feel the benefits of Art Therapy by joining this online group on Mondays from 1:30 pm. To join or find out more, contact Uzma Kazi on 07925728881 / email deeproot.arttherapy@gmail.com
Women Zone –
We are open during Lockdown to support your health, wellbeing, education and more. Get in touch to find out how we can support you: 01274 665270
Community Repaint (Bradford) –

We are still open by appointment only. Only one person is allowed in at any one time and masks MUST be worn. Ring us on 07871792813 to book.


We are hosting Coffee Mornings and Mindset Coaching Peer Mentoring Programme for 12 weeks. Contact Shanaz Ali on 01274 731020 / beapcommunity@gmail.com

BYO Update –

We have been busy helping the community in many ways during the pandemic such as: welfare phone calls to elderly residents, providing hot meals for children, supporting local families with loved ones in hospital, translation and language support, Covid awareness in community language, young people with various issues, internet safety awareness, job losses, accessing welfare benefit, training and many other issues. Our diverse range of activities have included running a Women’s Health Group, Junior Active Play Sessions, Study Sessions and more.
To find out more, email us at byo1982@hotmail.com

Government Support and Advice

Information in different languages –

GPs from Bradford are working to help communities understand more about the coronavirus vaccine by making short videos in different languages. You can watch them and share from this YouTube playlist www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSEYtPE8N908OGjInIl4RueiQDbOF1Cfu

There are also BBC videos in a range of languages explaining why vaccines are important in the fight against coronavirus: www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-55171293

Data allowances increased by Government –

Schools and families can request mobile data increases for children and young people who do not have fixed broadband at home, cannot afford additional data for their devices or are experiencing disruption to their face to face learning. Find out more: https://get-help-with-tech.education.gov.uk/about-increasing-mobile-data

BBC delivers biggest Education offer in its history –

The BBC is to deliver the biggest education offer in its history across more of its platforms. It will bring together BBC Two, CBBC, BBC Red Button, BBC iPlayer and online to deliver a new education offer to children, teachers and parents as a third national lockdown begins. To find out more visit www.bbc.com/mediacentre/2020/bbc-launches-biggest-education-offer-ever

£4.6 billion in new lockdown grants to support businesses and protect jobs –

Businesses in the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors are to receive a one-off grant worth up to £9,000, the Chancellor has announced. Visit https://www.gov.uk/government/news/46-billion-in-new-lockdown-grants-to-support-businesses-and-jobs