Category Archives: Manchester

The Definitive Guide To Japanese Manchester — Yamato Magazine

Travelling is one of the best ways to expand your knowledge of the world. But it’s not the only way to embrace a new culture. Exploring local communities and experiences are eye-opening in their own right. I’m fascinated by Japan … Continue reading

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Impressions of Manchester — jonathanis.online

I’ve spent a few days in Manchester for a conference. It’s been rainy (normal for Manchester) and I haven’t ventured beyond the city centre—I didn’t have my bike with me, and everywhere I was going was within the city centre, … Continue reading

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Rolling blog: Mancunian meandering… — Paul Bigland

As I’m going to be away on a press trip to Vienna for a few days, Dawn’s suggested that we have a day out together, so we’ve decided to catch a train to the big city by venturing Westwards for … Continue reading

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Influential American business magazine sings the praises of Stockport | I Love Manchester

“American tourists who know and love Britain expect history to greet them at every turn”, writes veteran travel writer Gretchen Kelly in the latest issue of influential American business magazine Forbes. “In Bath, the Regency comes to life right out of … Continue reading

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Here In Manchattan — City Jackdaw

Waking up it was just another day: drop my son off at school, nip into Manchester to pick a few things up, have a coffee before making it back for home-time. But, on cutting through the Northern Quarter, I found … Continue reading

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A call out for anyone interested….. — Chorlton Alternative Arts

We got This Email last week, thought we would post it in case anyone attending the class is interested. CAA are posting this info, and have no further details nor are we liable for any inaccuracy. I’m a playwright from … Continue reading

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UMIST is a unique piece of Manchester’s heritage – It should be saved — VITRUVIAN MCR

. via UMIST is a unique piece of Manchester’s heritage – It should be saved — VITRUVIAN MCR

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Connections and Combinations 2: Manchester 2017

In the second film in the series, Maurice visits ‘Cottonopolis’, as Manchester was known in the 19th Century, to explore its place in the history of the industrial revolution – as well as the evolution of the democratic movement.

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Out on the tiles — Welcome to the Beautiful North

Readers of some of my other posts may know that I am very fond of ceramics, in particular the high-glazed pottery tiles synonymous with the Victorian arts and crafts movement. I love the lustrous decadence of the rich intense colours … Continue reading

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Grzywinski + Pons transforms 19th-century cotton mill into Whitworth Locke hotel — Free CAD Download Site-Autocad Drawings,Blocks

New York-based practice Grzywinski + Pons looks to overcast skies and industrial posters from the 1800s to design the interiors of this hotel in Manchester, England. Whitworth Locke hotel is situated in Manchester’s civic quarter and occupies a trio of … Continue reading

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