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Fracking firm Cuadrilla drilling for shale gas in Lancashire, pictured protesters and security at the main entrance gates

Fracking

What is Fracking? Fracking, which is also known as Hydraulic Fracturing is the process which is used to get a gas that is found far underground in Shale rock. The gas called Shale gas is found inside very small pockets … Continue reading


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The Human Library

On Friday the 29th of September The Human Library came to Bird l’th pub in Urmston, the Human Library is an international organisation and movement that started in Denmark in the millennium with an aim to challenge prejudice against social … Continue reading


Liz Dawn opens new labs at Wythenshawe Hospital actress Elizabeth Dawn MBE better known as Liz Dawn, born Sylvia Butterfield on 8 November 1939 in Leeds, Yorkshire, England, is an English actress, best known for her role as Vera Duckworth in the long running British soap opera, Coronation Street for Granada TV.

Liz Dawn

On the 25th of September 2017 we were saddened by the news of the passing of Sylvia Butterfield or more professionally known as Liz Dawn, a lovely woman and Coronation Street legend. She played the role of Vera Duckworth from … Continue reading


Manchester Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride from Youles Motorcycles Bury Road Showroom to Castlefield

The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride – Manchester

The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride took place in Manchester on the 24th of September. Men from around Manchester took to the streets dressed in suits and on their retro motorcycles, this anual event was founded in Australia by Mark Hawwa, he … 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


Manchester Architecture modernist architect structure building landmark city high-rise MMU stairs Renold Building

Modernist Manchester

Modernism is a movement in Western society during the late 19th century and the early 20th century. Many factors influenced this, one of these was the rapid growth of cities and development of modern industrial societies, modernism rejected the certainty … 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


SATURDAY : ALDI sponsor the Bolton Food and Drink festival for the 3rd year running,

Bank Holiday Weekend

Bolton’s Food and Drink Festival took place over this final bank holiday weekend with four days of live cooking demonstrations from some of the industry’s finest, trying and tasting foods and also many unique gifts, there is even even an … Continue reading


GCSE exam results 2017

Pictured at St bedes College 

Grace Wareing 4A* 5A from Didsbury crying with jo with her mother

GCSE Results Day

On the 24th of August 2017 millions of GCSE students received their results, this years its thought that the pass rate has dipped across a range of subjects as the exams have been tougher exams have been sat this year. … Continue reading


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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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