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Interview: It's Grim Up North

“There is a lot of inspiration to tap into when you’re out for a walk, or even just staring at a tree. Colour palettes, patterns, forms and shapes are all there to harness if we take the time to stop and look.” 47 more words


The last days for summer rides.

The shorter days are here. Days when light is of a premium, precious and never to be wasted or taken for granted. Your horizons shrink. Short summer rides now repeated have become major treks when you need to be home by 3.00pm. 1,000 more words

Cycle Touring

Informals North West Social - 30th November 2017

CIPA Informals North West Welcome Social

When: 30th November 2017

Where: 17 Below, accessed via Dogs n Dough, 17 Bow Lane, Manchester, M2 4FW… 68 more words


October 15, 2017

Sharing circles provided the opportunity for people to share their own experiences, thoughts, conflicts, highlights, and conversations with the group.

God’s Pocket

God’s Pocket Marine Provincial Park is a small is a scuba diving resort nestled in between gorgeous landscapes. 756 more words

Game of Thrones nerds flock to Watsonia North tunnel to recreate popular scenes

Reports have been circulating that Game of Thrones nerds are flocking to the tunnel under the Greensborough Bypass to recreate popular scenes from the award-winning TV show. 233 more words


The Old Country

I’m Northern like Tony Soprano was Italian.

My Mum is from Lancashire but moved to Somerset when she was a child. She came with an accent (mostly intact 50 years on) and a fully formed Northern identity. 1,080 more words



Lady Gwyn and yolkboy analyze the myths & legends of the north, including the Night’s Watch and the Freefolk beyond the Wall. Close attention is paid to the role of myth and legend in the story, and their use as a worldbuilding technique. 13 more words