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After years of neglect things are looking up for Liverpool's Granby Turner Prize winning streets. The team behind the project, Ronnie Hughes, Theresa McDermott , Eleanor Lee, and Joe Farrage.

Granby Street Market

The Granby Four Street is a loved area in the community, it reflects the cultural and social mix of the area. There is a market held there on the first Saturday of every month (except from January) and there is … Continue reading


Manchester Town Hall last day of being open to the public ahead if its £330m restoration that will see the historic landmark building closed for 6 years. Pictured Paul Candelent project director with he ke

Manchester Town Hall Renovation Work

From the 15th of January the Town Hall is going to be shut for six years so that its £330 million renovation can start, it will be shut to the general public until 2024.  During the work the Manchester’s Lord … Continue reading


New York City, Manhattan USA, striking contemporary design apartments by Zaha Hadid luxury condo along The High Line

520 West 28th Street Condo

If you were to walk the high line in NYC, then you would come across an extremely eye catching building that was designed by Zaha Hadid an Iraqi-British architect. The building is 11 storeys and features approximately 37 apartment buildings … Continue reading


THREE TOTEM SCULPTURES FRONT COURTYARD ALLERTON BUILDING SALFORD UNIVERSITY CAMPUS by William Mitchell -

The Minute Men Sculptures – Salford Uni

In front on the Allerton Building at Salford University stand three concrete totem pole sculptures known as The Minute Men, that were designed in 1966 by William Mitchell. William is an English sculptor, artist and designer he is well known … Continue reading


Duckworth's Essence Factory,

The Empire Business Centre

The Veno Building is located on Chester Road and it use to be home to a pharmaceutical company owned by a man who bared the name the same as the building, William Henry Veno. He developed his first product in … Continue reading


Robinsons Brewery in Stockport brew the first production of LionHeart for Brookfield Brewery Pictured the bottling plant

Robinsons Brewery

Robinsons Brewery is a family run, regional brewery founded in 1849 at the Unicorn Inn in Stockport. The company owns more than 300 public houses that are primarily within the North West region, along with several managed houses. William Robinson … Continue reading


Bristol 24 hours photography experiment pictures still life

Day in The Life – 24 hours in Bristol

On Saturday the 19th of August at 12 am Mark participated in a 24 hours social experiment inspired by the blog ‘Humans of New York’. The Stockport based company Cartridge Save have already had success with the experiment in Manchester … Continue reading


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2017 Manchester Day Parade

The annual Manchester Day parade took place yesterday, thousands of people lined the streets to witness the event. 80 different communities across Manchester came and took part in the parade, the Chinese centre, the trans youth group called Afternoon Tea, … Continue reading


Manchester town hall albert square landmark

Manchester Town Hall

Manchester Town Hall is a Victorian, Neo-gothic municipal building in Manchester it is the ceremonial headquarters of Manchester City Council and holds a number of local government departments. The front of the building faces Albert Square, the square is home … Continue reading


tile restoration room wall building Oldham town hall

The Egyptian Room – Oldham Town Hall

Oldham town hall is a Grade II listed Georgian neo-classical built in 1841, Winston Churchill made his inaugural acceptance speech on the steps of the town hall when he was first elected MP in 1900, there is a blue plaque … Continue reading

 
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