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David Boyle 30 Aug 18
The memorial in St John’s Gardens in the centre of Manchester records that amongst those who were buried in the graveyard of the church that once stood there was the creator of the half-day holiday.
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Mechanics Manchester 10 Jan 18
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The Ice Age 28 Sep 18
Replying to @holland_tom
At the Great exhibition in 1851 it was clear that Joseph Whitworth was the foremost mechanical engineer of his day when he won more awards than any other exhibitor
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Ardwick Labour 6 May 18
Nice bit of local history. You can trace the name Ardwick back to 1282
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One and Two Express Apr 23
Work life back in the day.
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Intown Manchester Sep 26
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Elizabeth Gaskell's House Sep 18
“Elizabeth Gaskell found him rather a cold character”: Dr Robert Pool on Robert Greg of Styal, who witnessed the clash at Peterloo
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Sir Ralph Abercromby 17 Nov 17
Tune in to BBC Radio Manchester today for my interview
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Simon Gallagher May 14
Replying to @CityLifeManc
Rafters, Rotters, Placemate 7, Brahms & Liszt, Kicks and others all great clubs in their day ...... very long time ago mind you 😬
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Save St Edward's Church Mar 30
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Mechanics Manchester 18 Jan 18
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Essstoplasm Nov 25
Hell is a City is on again on the 8th Dec, which was filmed in and in 1960
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The Urban Wanderer Jan 27
There is far more to East Manchester than many even know! It was the beating heart of the Industrial Revolution!
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The Counter House 6 Oct 18
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Elizabeth Gaskell's House Sep 18
It’s a full house for our Peterloo talk with expert Dr Robert Poole today
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spanglewitchmcqueen Oct 17
Saw Peterloo tonight in Go and see it
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Jewish Telegraph Mar 14
HISTORY: Did you or a relative have your wedding or barmitzvah reception at Town Hall? We want to hear your memories and receive your pictures. Email newsdesk@jewishtelegraph.com or phone 0161-741 2631 (Picture © Google)
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Sea Gypsy Feb 21
Rare antique Kkovah bottle, octagonal aqua glass bottle, Victorian bottle, 1890's, Kkovah, Sutcliffe and Bingham, Manchester, custard, jelly via &Bingham
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Manchester Past 5 Jul 18
c.1910 - The demolition of Manchester Infirmary Hospital in Piccadilly where the Gardens sit now.
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deadposhuk Jun 5
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