Monthly Archives: July 2020
Win a family ticket for four to The British Music Experience, situated on Liverpool’s Pier Head (a UNESCO World Heritage Site).Read the full story..
Northern Soul and People’s Powerhouse are continuing our partnership to share good new stories about businesses, people and communities coming together in the North of England during the COVID-19 crisis. As the country begins to loosen lockdown restrictions, we’re talking to Northerners doing excellent work across the region.
This week we chat to Cathy Mitchell, deputy leader for Warrington Council who, as part of her council role, set up Burtonwood and Winwick Community Bus, a charity providing transport for the communities of Winwick and Burtonwood.Read the full story..
“There’s lots of poo, there’s lots of wee, there’s lots of vomit.” Northern Soul chats to Cat Henstridge from CBBC’s The Pets Factor
If you’ve never turned on CBBC to keep little ones entertained while you inhale a pint of tea, you may not have had the good fortune of stumbling across The Pets Factor.Read the full story..
“It helps you explore what it is to be human.” Becky Swain, Director of the new Manchester Poetry Library, talks to Northern Soul
When you think about a traditional library, what comes to mind? Books from floor to ceiling? Maybe a frosty librarian and a lot of dramatic shushing? Growing up I adored the library, but years spent at university, pouring over textbooks and watching the person sitting next to me sneakily wolf a smelly tuna sandwich, dampened my library-loving spirit. It’s only in recent years that I’ve rekindled the flame.Read the full story..
At the time of writing, the UK is slowly attempting to reclaim some semblance of normality.Read the full story..
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The Top 25 comes at a time when the museum has extended its 'Strip! How Football Got Shirty' exhibition until Spring 2021. The exhibition has more than 200 shirts on display. pic.twitter.com/oubRsWS96B
Calling all football fans! ⚽️ Curators at the @FootballMuseum have selected the best of this season’s new football shirts. The museum’s expert team pored over hundreds of shirts from Premier League, WSL, Women’s Championship and non-league and finally settled on a Top 25.