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Freelance journalist Louise is passionate about literature, the arts, food and drink, and can usually be found eating her way around Manchester and excitedly tweeting photographs.

The Manchester shops and retail institutions still going strong after over 100 years

When you’re out shopping in town, do you ever stop to think how long some of Manchester’s best-loved retailers have been around? Two of Manchester’s...

Get stuffed! 10 festive burgers to indulge your Christmas cravings in Manchester

One of the best things about Christmas is the food and drink, and the Christmas burger is a shining beacon of festive joy. From traditional...

Sneak preview inside 1761 & Lily’s Bar – Manchester’s new £1m champagne bar and...

1761 is the date that signifies the birth of the Industrial Revolution in Manchester and saw important developments such as the opening of the Bridgewater Canal, which...
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How you can help create a Suffragette Garden to mark the centenary of women...

The Pankhurst Trust is encouraging Mancunians to support a crowdfunding campaign to create a Suffragette Garden to mark the centenary of the first women...

12 Questions for Manchester Bees: Dr Jane Cocking OBE, CEO, Mines Advisory Group

Twenty years ago, Diana, Princess of Wales walked next to a minefield in Angola, drawing the public's attention to the effect of unexploded landmines and...

Green Quarter pop-up incubator aims to give new food businesses the best start in...

A pop-up incubator for up-and-coming food professionals is opening in the Green Quarter. It's aimed at anyone who wants to showcase their skills without incurring all...

Bill Murray, a Salford lad and other highlights of the 2018 season at HOME

Manchester’s centre for international contemporary art, theatre, film and books, HOME  opened its doors in 2015 and has quickly become the cultural heart of...

Who ya gonna call? Five of the scariest places in Greater Manchester

From ghostly activity to sinister urban legends, Greater Manchester is home to many haunting stories, and it seems we can’t get enough terrifying tales. According...

Corn Exchange: from market place and political protest to Manchester’s dining destination

Manchester’s Corn Exchange is a city centre dining destination offering a diverse range of restaurants and bars under one roof. The iconic building – a near...

Do it yourself: 10 self-service restaurants to try in Manchester

Whether you’re in a rush, or you’d just prefer to customise your meal to your own tastes, self-service dining offers both convenience and flexibility. From...

Manchester’s best pre-theatre dining options

An evening theatre booking often means an early dinner before the performance, and luckily that can mean taking advantage of some great early-bird offers. These...

This national treasure on your doorstep gives a fascinating insight into Manchester’s history

Britain’s oldest surviving public library, Chetham’s, was founded in 1653 and has been in continuous use as a free public library for over 350...

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