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It’s National Fish and Chip Day… What’s your order?

Fish 'n' Chips, Chip Supper or Chippy tea is a staple brit takeaway treat, whether you're at the seaside or needing some late-night nosh...

Remembering Trafford Park Hotel: Childhood memories, finding love and ghostly guests

On Third Avenue down in Trafford Park, there stands a building unlike any other around it. Towering above the rest, the first thing you'll...

Call for women to join Greater Manchester gender equality panel

There are only a few weeks left to join a new panel that will help to help combat inequalities that women and girls are...

Volunteers needed: Become a rock radio DJ from your own home

Greater Manchester Rock Radio, the online community radio station, is looking for new volunteers; from presenters and writers to researchers and people to cover...
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Volunteers needed: Become a rock radio DJ from your own home

Greater Manchester Rock Radio, the online community radio station, is looking for new volunteers; from presenters and writers to researchers and people to cover...

Remembering Frank Sidebottom – a cult figure on the Manchester comedy and music scene

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the death of the talented Chris Sievey (the man behind the papier mâché head of Frank Sidebottom). Chris,...

Royal Exchange Theatre’s Elders Company hosts virtual drama workshops

The Royal Exchange Theatre’s Elders Company has moved its regular workshops, including its twice-monthly Elders Monday’s meet-ups, to virtual sessions that can be accessed...

‘Virtual Village Hall’ launches to beat the boredom

A 'virtual village hall' has been launched to give people a chance to enjoy activities they would usually find at their local community hub...

What’s for tea, Christine?

Some people are sailing along thinking, I am going to make the most of the weather, and enjoy a constant stream of entertainment and delight...

Grandad and market gardener raises hundreds of pounds for a charity close to his heart

GREEN FINGERED grandad and market gardener found himself in a bit of a pickle in lockdown after growing hundreds of vegetable and flower plants.  But...
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