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CITC’s unique photography exhibition returns

Snapshot3, an exclusive photography exhibition for Manchester City fans, makes a return this month as part of City in the Community’s 30 year celebrations.

Highlighting the talent of Senior Club Photographer, Victoria Haydn, the exhibition offers a unique insight into her role and day to day interaction with our players and manager.

Thirty limited edition, signed and framed photographs are up for grabs on the online auction, which fans will be able to bid on at mancity.com from Tuesday 21 February at 4pm.

Supporters will also have the option to order an unframed/unsigned print for just £100.

“We are really excited to be hosting this exclusive online photography exhibition,” said Mike Green, Head of City in the Community.

“Fans can get their hands on never before seen photos from our Club photographer, while raising money to further develop and support our community programmes.

“All of the proceeds raised by the exhibition will go towards helping Manchester kids get a better shot at life so get involved today!”

Make sure you visit www.mancity.com/snapshot from 4pm on 21 February to get your hands on these exclusive prints.

If you have any questions about Snapshot please contact citcevents@mancity.com

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390,000 fans vote in 2016/17 Cityzens Giving

LIFE CHANGING: Cityzens Giving received incredible support from Manchester City fans.

An overwhelming show of support for the 2016/17 Cityzens Giving campaign saw 392,932 life-changing votes cast by Manchester City fans around the world.

For the third successive year, we asked supporters to make a difference to communities across the globe and were delighted by the staggering number of people who backed the campaign.

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Jill Scott lends help to Cityzens Giving Kolkata

COMMUNITY: Jill Scott became the first Manchester City player to visit an international Cityzens Giving project.

Manchester City’s life-changing community football campaign is receiving a helping hand from one of the Club’s stars this week.

Jill Scott has travelled to India to witness first-hand the impact of the Cityzens Giving campaign across the world and in doing so becomes the first City player to visit one of the Club’s international community projects.