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Worsley — northumbrian : light

Like Runcorn, Worsley is another place I would never think to go but for the canals. Also, like Runcorn, it is on a branch of the Bridgewater Canal although in this instance it ultimately leads somewhere – to Leigh and … Continue reading

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An interview with the Salvation Army

https://doajnews.wordpress.com/2016/04/11/an-interview-with-the-salvation-army/

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So what’s this all about?

What made Manchester the city it is? That’s obviously a story you could tell from various perspectives. Its location, the climate, the people, popular culture, politics, football, the industrial revolution… It’s a small, rainy inland city in northern England, but … Continue reading

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200-Year-Old Pub Washed Away In Floods

Our news definitely does not cover the flooding going on in GB and to see this is just heartbreaking. I hope the rains end soon. 😦 I’m so relieved that no one was in the pub at the time this … Continue reading

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Migrant solidarity in London and Manchester

Two activists, Ewa Barker and Kate Bradley, discuss their involvment in migrant solidarity in London and Manchester Ewa Barker initiated Manchester to Calais. Here she explains the dynamic within the movement in Manchester The response to our page on Facebook was … Continue reading

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