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Holiday Time!

Now that the summer is finally(!) over it’s time for the family strange to start thinking about where we’ll be going for our holidays. There’s nothing like getting away from the hustle and bustle to properly enjoy the turning of the season as the grim green vegetation which has blanketed the land gives way to the warm russets of new rot. 69 more words

The Weird

Banners of the North

Kathy Cremin, Director of Co-operation, Bede’s World

Banners of the North at Bede’s World (19 July – 28 September 2014) is the finale of three exhibitions in our treasures programme. 968 more words

Exhibitions

Scottish Independence and the future of the electorate.

The dawn of a new era hangs in the balance, as its less than a month away from Scotland’s referendum on independence. Although I believe that it is their free and democratic right to have this referendum, I can’t help but imagine how this would spoil the face of England forever particularly the North. 509 more words

A Victorian Gothic Library in the North

The John Rylands Library – have you been there?

It’s one of the finest in the world and is in Manchester, the North of England. 12 more words

Stories

How creative can a writer be in a caravan with two kids and her parents?

I am about to embark on a family caravan holiday to the North East Coast of England. As expected the weather has turned for the worse, temperatures are now not expected to get above 15 degrees plus God is going to throw in some sheets of rain and strong winds for good measure. 289 more words

Writing

Northern connections: fulfilling the North of England's economic potential

By James Carson

Since the world’s first inter-city rail journey, between Manchester and Liverpool in 1830, the North of England has been trying to capitalise on its  transport links to realise its potential as an economic powerhouse. 845 more words

Business And Economy