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@Dixie_Akhdarra Ooh. That looks like a lovely, peaceful space.
We're practising social distancing, but that hasn’t stopped us wanting to celebrate our region. So we’ve collated a gallery of our favourite Northern images in the hope that it’ll give you a much-needed boost. All📸by @nugehelen & @Landscape_fotog northernsoul.me.uk/photo-gall… pic.twitter.com/AZHdo9elvp
Anyone else spending their days preparing food, eating food, tidying away food, thinking about the next meal and starting all over again? Us too. Which made us think of our favourite street in Manchester. pic.twitter.com/xJZ3EbaHDD