Posts Tagged: modernist

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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 &

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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 &

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Modernist June

With the blue skies above us and the washing on the balcony we’ve got a lot ahead of us this June, there’s so much coming up, we need to give you advance notice, so you can get out your filofaxes, delay your

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Modernist June

With the blue skies above us and the washing on the balcony we’ve got a lot ahead of us this June, there’s so much coming up, we need to give you advance notice, so you can get out your filofaxes, delay your

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The Concord Suite – Droylsden

The Concord Suite – Droylsden Let loose with a Metrolink ticket, this week our supersonic Steve sped up to Droylsden to  check out the “harmonious” Concord Suite… There is little or no reference to this fine building on the whole

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The Concord Suite – Droylsden

The Concord Suite – Droylsden Let loose with a Metrolink ticket, this week our supersonic Steve sped up to Droylsden to  check out the “harmonious” Concord Suite… There is little or no reference to this fine building on the whole

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EVENT: Manchester Modern Orbital Infrastructure (bus tour) 16/05/15 *please note the change of date*

Manchester Modern Orbital Infrastructure tour Join the Manchester Modernist Society on a coach journey around Manchester’s orbital motorway looking at industrial and infrastructure buildings. We shall visit a variety of buildings led by Richard Brook – creator of the Mainstream

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EVENT: Manchester Modern Orbital Infrastructure (bus tour) 16/05/15 *please note the change of date*

Manchester Modern Orbital Infrastructure tour Join the Manchester Modernist Society on a coach journey around Manchester’s orbital motorway looking at industrial and infrastructure buildings. We shall visit a variety of buildings led by Richard Brook – creator of the Mainstream

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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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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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Simon’s Way

Simon’s Way Steve’s off down the back roads of industrial estates on his bike this week, getting up close and personal with bug zappers, amongst other things… Bird Hall Lane, Cheadle Heath Stockport was once home to the mighty industrial

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Simon’s Way

Simon’s Way Steve’s off down the back roads of industrial estates on his bike this week, getting up close and personal with bug zappers, amongst other things… Bird Hall Lane, Cheadle Heath Stockport was once home to the mighty industrial

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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