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  1. Add Millgate Arts Centre to your Itinerary

    Millgate Arts Centre

    Oldham

    Plays, films, concerts, dance shows, art exhibitions, community events and more take place at the Millgate Arts Centre. It has recently been refurbished and has up to date lighting and sound rigs.

  2. Add Irish World Heritage Centre to your Itinerary

    Irish World Heritage Centre

    Manchester

    The Irish World Heritage Centre holds conferences and events and is a major hub for the Irish community in the northwest of England.

  3. Add Donkeystone Brewery (Tours and Tastings) to your Itinerary

    Donkeystone Brewery (Tours and Tastings)

    Greenfield, OLDHAM

    Welcome to Donkeystone Brewing Co, we are a new and exciting microbrewery producing craft ales in the hills of Saddleworth, creating great-tasting seasonal ales. Our creative yet tasteful ales have a distinctive, thirst-quenching vibe, with many new…

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  4. Add The Curry Mile to your Itinerary

    The Curry Mile

    Manchester

    Rusholme, Manchester

  5. Add The Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama to your Itinerary

    The Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama

    Bridgeford Street, Manchester

    The Centre incorporates a studio theatre and a newly-built concert hall.

  6. Add St Werburgh's Church to your Itinerary

    St Werburgh's Church

    Warburton, Lymm

    St Werburgh's is one of only 27 surviving timber-framed parish churches in England whose 1000 years of history are clearly refelcted in its building and fittings. The church is kept locked - contact 01925 752388 or 755676 to arrange opening.

  7. Add Trencherfield Mill Engine to your Itinerary

    Trencherfield Mill Engine

    Wigan

    Trencherfield Mill Steam Engine is one of the largest and finest working examples of its type. Built 100 years ago, this mammoth metal powerhouse was regarded as a feat of industrial engineering.

  8. Add Black dog Ballroom - Dog Bowl to your Itinerary

    Black dog Ballroom - Dog Bowl

    Manchester

    Expect ball dispensers inspired by the brand’s own black dog, Bruce the Patterdale Terrier, gleaming wooden floors and fantastic food made with only the best local produce.

  9. Add Gawsworth Hall to your Itinerary

    Gawsworth Hall

    Macclesfield

    Black and white, half timbered, fifteenth century hall, surrounded by well tended gardens and lakes.

  10. Add National Railway Museum to your Itinerary

    National Railway Museum

    York

    Home to over 300 years of history and over a million wonderful objects.

  11. A Mancunian Gothic Sunday School: St Matthew’s

    Manchester

    Constructed in the last few years of George IV’s reign (1820–30), this Sunday School building is representative of both a particularly pared-back form of late Georgian Gothic architecture and also Manchester as a region - says Dr Peter N. Lindfield.

  12. Wait! What? St Philips, Salford, is a Gothic building? Never!

    The eleventh instalment as part of an ongoing series for Haunt Manchester by Dr Peter N. Lindfield FSA, exploring Greater Manchester’s Gothic architecture and hidden heritage.

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