More than 80 of Greater Manchester’s listed buildings are at risk according to an annual report published by Historic England
This Sunday Bollin Morris were delighted to be back out performing again after a long year of lockdown restrictions made
The Pankhurst Centre reopens to the public on Sunday, 29 August for the first time since March 2020 with a
As lockdown eases, will it give a boost to some of Manchester’s historical attractions? Since lockdown restrictions were eased, Manchester
It had previously supported the community-led Ancoats Dispensary Trust with a Stage 1 grant, but made its decision on the larger Stage 2 grant after the ADT was unable to raise the necessary match funding.
Keen swimmers are being invited for one day only next month to take the plunge in Manchester’s historic Victoria Baths.
Last week we spoke to 56-year-old Dean Deakin from Bury, pub landlord at The Goose on Bloom Street in the Village and DJ favourite Danny Beard.
No more games: Britannia’s 11th hour decision on London Road Fire Station leaves campaigners ‘flabbergasted’
Campaigners for the London Road Fire Station have been left ‘flabbergasted’ by Britannia Hotel’s 11th hour request to work with Manchester City Council to redevelop the derelict grade II*-listed building.
The Friends of London Road Fire Station have announced their latest concert to fund the fight to return the Grade II listed building to Mancunians after it was left to rot by current owners.
Community group move closer to Manchester Fire Station rescue after receiving heritage scheme backing
Manchester’s London Road Fire Station has moved closer to a rescue after a community action group spearheaded a campaign to take the building back from its current owners.
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