Posts Tagged: church

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ManModSoc – a Manchester Modernist Society exhibition in four parts

ManModSoc An exhibition of archive and contemporary photographs of Manchester’s 20th century urban fabric selected from a year long programme of volunteer led activities by the Manchester Modernist Society. The exhibition is divided into four parts: Hulme; Manchester 60s &

K6-T-012

ManModSoc – a Manchester Modernist Society exhibition in four parts

ManModSoc An exhibition of archive and contemporary photographs of Manchester’s 20th century urban fabric selected from a year long programme of volunteer led activities by the Manchester Modernist Society. The exhibition is divided into four parts: Hulme; Manchester 60s &

St. Augustine's Crucifix

Sacred Suburbs: part 2 – the churches

Sacred Suburbs Day, 11th April 2015: the churches. Don’t forget to keep up with the Sacred Suburbs blog.

St. Augustine's Crucifix

Sacred Suburbs: part 2 – the churches

Sacred Suburbs Day, 11th April 2015: the churches. Don’t forget to keep up with the Sacred Suburbs blog.

Matthew & Angela

Sacred Suburbs: part 1 – the speeches

At St.Peter’s Chaplaincy, Oxford Road on 11th April, the crowd was captivated by talks from Angela Connelly, Robert Proctor, Anthony Grimshaw and Phil Griffin. Don’t forget to keep up with the Sacred Suburbs blog.  

Matthew & Angela

Sacred Suburbs: part 1 – the speeches

At St.Peter’s Chaplaincy, Oxford Road on 11th April, the crowd was captivated by talks from Angela Connelly, Robert Proctor, Anthony Grimshaw and Phil Griffin. Don’t forget to keep up with the Sacred Suburbs blog.  

St Stephen's

St Stephen’s RC

Droylsden’s Delights This week we find Steve temporarily diverted from a bicycling quest to purchase cullinary containers, after spying a humble local marvel… One fine sunny Monday morning I set out cycling to Ashton-under-Lyne to buy an enamel pie dish.

St Stephen's

St Stephen’s RC

Droylsden’s Delights This week we find Steve temporarily diverted from a bicycling quest to purchase cullinary containers, after spying a humble local marvel… One fine sunny Monday morning I set out cycling to Ashton-under-Lyne to buy an enamel pie dish.

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EVENT: Sacred Suburbs (Seminar and Bus Tour) 11/04/15

Ever had a little faith? Sacred Suburbs is a one-day event celebrating and debating the architecture of Manchester’s post-war places of worship (1945-1975). Along with new estates and inner city high-rise developments, the post-war period witnessed an unprecedented increase in

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EVENT: Sacred Suburbs (Seminar and Bus Tour) 11/04/15

Ever had a little faith? Sacred Suburbs is a one-day event celebrating and debating the architecture of Manchester’s post-war places of worship (1945-1975). Along with new estates and inner city high-rise developments, the post-war period witnessed an unprecedented increase in

St Raphael's Exterior

The concrete of St Raphael the Archangel

The concrete of St Raphael the Archangel This week went sent Steve Marland back to one of our favourite haunts, for a slightly different take. Returning along Huddersfield Road from a cycle tour in search of the source of the

St Raphael's Exterior

The concrete of St Raphael the Archangel

The concrete of St Raphael the Archangel This week went sent Steve Marland back to one of our favourite haunts, for a slightly different take. Returning along Huddersfield Road from a cycle tour in search of the source of the

Melland’s Sports Hall

Mount Road

Mount Road Mr Marland continues his re-discovery of the vernacular, with a trip to Gorton on his trusty iron horse. For ten years or so I cycled along Mount Road Gorton on my very merry way to work. Two buildings

Melland’s Sports Hall

Mount Road

Mount Road Mr Marland continues his re-discovery of the vernacular, with a trip to Gorton on his trusty iron horse. For ten years or so I cycled along Mount Road Gorton on my very merry way to work. Two buildings