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The Monastery
The award winning Monastery is a unique venue, famous for its stunning architecture. Perfect for events from dinners to weddings. Owned by a charitable trust.
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Paul Griffiths DL May 22
Nominate an outstanding Voluntary group for a Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service by 13th September. You will definitely know one or more in your community! Highest UK honour. Nominate at
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Manchester Confidential May 21
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The Architectural Heritage Fund May 22
We’re hiring! Seeking four Programme Officers and a Monitoring & Impact Officer for our Transforming Places Through Heritage programme. Job descriptions and details on how to apply for the posts can be found here:
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Joanne Roney OBE May 21
Very thoughtful Liverpool.thanks for standing with us as we remember 22nd May ...
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The Monastery May 22
We remember all those affected by the events of two years ago. In our prayers, thoughts and deeds.
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Danny smith May 18
Please retweet if you think there should be a global ban on trophy hunting.
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Sue lomas OBE DL May 19
Delighted to attend ⁦⁩ Civic Sunday and welcome new ceremonial mayor Cllr Charlie McIntyre ⁦
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The Monastery May 19
Hugely grateful, thank you all very much!
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The Monastery May 19
There are few more stunning places in the world than designed by Pugin, built by Franciscans, supported by local people. Charity formed in 1996 to save it from ruin. Now a rich part of our heritage enjoyed by thousands each year.
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The Monastery May 19
Wishing you all a fabulous show today
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Royal Vol Service May 17
Wow, what a venue! And an exciting time for us as we partner with such a great charity and programme
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GM Lieutenancy May 15
Your business only needs to have two full time employees to be eligible for With over 100,000 SMEs in Greater Manchester I'm sure there are many who are worthy of an award. Applications are now open!
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Tom Ross May 14
My final Citizenship Ceremony as Mayor- what an absolute privilege to have been part of these occasions this year. A huge thank you to , & all the schools that have taken part this year & made each occasion so special.
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ManchesterShowChoir May 12
Last chance to book for our Gospel Afternoon Tea next Saturday at ! Box office closes in 48hours so book now! Only a few tickets left!
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The Monastery May 12
A unique building, steeped in history and architecturally stunning. Pugin designed, built by Franciscans, aided by locals. Once endangered & listed alongside the Taj Mahal, Pompeii and the Valley of the Kings as 100 world sites that must be saved! Join tomorrow’s wedding evening
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The Monastery May 12
Today’s moment of mass mindfulness-an internationally synchronised event-was spiritually uplifting. The Monastery, a sacred place, a temple of light in the east of the City of Manchester
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The Monastery May 5
Today is The Monastery’s Health & Well-being day. 11-4pm at Manchester’s Taj Mahal. The stunning beauty of this Pugin masterpiece always shines through.
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The Monastery May 4
Encouraging words in the memory book on the Lady Chapel Altar...keep all of us strong as 22years on we continue to work hard to see this special place restored and well loved: ‘wonderful restoration work, such a credit to all for the amazing toil & labours of love. The Riley’s’
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The Monastery May 4
Memory book entry from 1st May; ‘ it always was a terrific place and it still is-Damien Pratt-formerly of 500 Gorton Lane, ( opposite Bayer Peacock trains) son of Eric Pratt and Hilda Clarke-Superb Place!!’
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The Monastery May 4
Memory book entry on the Lady Chapel Altar; ‘Bringing bank memories, we were married here on 25th March 1961.-Terry & Diane Dempston.’
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