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Exploring Manchester Date

Last week I spent the day travelling by train to Manchester then exploring Oxford Road. I’d like to introduce you to my companion for the day, my boyfriend Jack, pictured here sipping fizzy vimto wistfully as we ate lunch in a park by Manchester Met uni. 375 more words

Cath Keane: Principal Regeneration Officer, Manchester City Council, Hulme Ward Co-ordinator

Whitworth Park

My journey to Manchester was through university clearing. I decided to go to Manchester Polytechnic on the Friday and I started the course on the Monday, so it was a really crazy weekend. 677 more words


Letting go - Dream kitchen

Last night I had my first nightmare about the kitchen. My kitchen in my cottage in Scotland is being replaced and a few weeks ago I made a decision to leave the builders, the plumbers, the electricians and the cabinet-makers to dismantle, demolish and construct to their hearts content. 566 more words

Caitlin Zaccaro - Whitworth Art Gallery

In January 2015 I began my placement with the Whitworth Art Gallery in the Adult Engagement department. This was just a month before the grand re-opening of the gallery, after an 18-month renovation. 368 more words


Marcantonio Raimondi's Day Out

On Monday 22nd June 2015 The Visual Collections Team were delighted to take the Spencer Album of Marcantonio Raimondi prints to The Whitworth Art Gallery… 232 more words

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Ashley Bott - Whitworth Art Gallery

As part of the AGMS course module, I undertook a 20 day work placement as the Development Assistant for the Manchester Museums Partnership. Working two days a week, this placement began 20th January and finished on 17th March. 372 more words


Jackie O'Callaghan: writer and administrator at the University of Manchester

The Whitworth Art Gallery

I chose the Whitworth because there’s a strong connection with my mum. When my marriage split up, my mum suggested that we should club together and look after each other; so I moved from Derby to Manchester where she lived. 950 more words