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Nesh. Bobbins. Brew. How well do you know your Northernisms? Northern Soul heads to the streets to investigate.Read the full story..
Emily Brontë is the most elusive of the famous Brontë siblings.Read the full story..
The name of Peterloo is bandied about so much these days that it would be tempting to forget there was never any such place.Read the full story..
It’s fair to say that York is a special city. A place where history greets you at every turn. The streets and buildings breathe their storied past, providing the perfect setting for an experience as visceral as the Jorvik Festival.Read the full story..
As Christmas approaches, the streets are alive with the sound of brass bands playing carols.Read the full story..
Standing at 62 Nelson Street, nestled in the grounds of Manchester Royal Infirmary, The Pankhurst Centre serves as a permanent reminder of the Suffragette movement.Read the full story..
Bittersweet, the latest exhibition from The Portico Library, looks at the abolitionists and pro-slavery advocates in Manchester and the discussions that were taking place at the time.Read the full story..
On August 1, 2017, The Piece Hall in Halifax – one of the most iconic heritage buildings in Britain – re-opened its gates following a multi-million-pound transformation.Read the full story..
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