• 18th National Curry Week

    Celebrates over 200 Years of Indian Restaurants in the UK & the wonderful diversity of International cuisine in Britain Help raise much-needed funds for the world’s victims of disaster, poor and hungry in a fun positive way and celebrate curry in Britain, with National Curry Week & National Eating In/Out Week 2015. Restaurants, pubs, caterers,…

  • Manchester continues to be a popular choice

    In total, Manchester’s business tourism industry generates £823m a year for the city-region economy and attracts 4.9m delegates. This year it is looking to top £61m worth of conference business and 34,000 delegates. – (Source C&IT)

  • Greater Manchester Fringe Festival

    Manchester brings to us from 1st to 31st July it’s “4th ever Greater Manchester Fringe festival”. It’s a full month of entertainment in the great city, “encompassing the best of Manchesters alternative scene”: Art, Dance, Theatre, Cabaret, Comedy, Poetry, Music, Burlesque, Workshop & Exhibitions, and to be even more entertained they also manage to add more…

  • The Manchester Museum

    The Manchester Museum

    If you are interested in works of archaeology, anthropology or natural history, visit this museum to access over 4.5 million items from every continent.

  • Manchester Cathedral

    Manchester Cathedral

    Visit one of Manchester’s most popular medieval Grade 1 listed buildings.

  • Manchester Museum of Transport

    Manchester Museum of Transport

    Visit one of the biggest collections of vehicles and public transport in the UK.

  • Manchester Skyline

    Manchester Museum of Science and Industry

    Visit the museum to discover the city’s biggest achievements in science, technology and industry.

  • Coronation Street Tour, Manchester

    Take a stroll along the cobbles of the longest running TV soap opera currently in production.

  • Old Trafford, Manchester

    Spend the day at the second largest football stadium in the United Kingdom, home to Manchester United Football Club.

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