A long while ago, I managed to get high above Manchester, not High as in on drugs mind you, but as in a long way above ground. And at the weekend just gone I had a look around an old hotel in Swindon, while in Hacman this evening I wondered what was a top the […]
Today I took MiniBoyGeek out on the big trains from New Mills Newtown to Manchester Piccadilly, on a Northern Rail train much much older than him (pre privatisation).
I missed out on Day 1 of Makerfest as I was working on Saturday. but here are the photos from Sunday:
Following on from the plans to put a path in between the Chips building (Ancoats) and New Islington Tram stop , over the Ashton canal, this is what they have managed to achieve! A chain is 22 yards! the path is approximately 44 yards long, or 2 chains long, but some how need 5 Signs! […]
Over the weekend I received a letter from Julie Roscoe (head of planning at Manchester City Council) informing me that application number 104709/FO/2014/N1: “erection of a part 2, part single story building to form a new 2-form entry school with associated car parking, landscaping, play areas, boundary treatment and vehicular access from Old Mill Street” […]
Way way back in my original post about the New Islington Free School on the land adjacent to Cotton Fields I touched on the suggested roads used for dropping off the kids. Am I the only one who can’t see the space that will be used?