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Canal Street, ManchesterDistance: 1.8 miTourist Information Canal Street Manchester, United Kingdom M1 3HE <>
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The Opera House in Quay Street, Manchester, England, is a 1,920-seater commercial touring theatre that plays host to touring musicals, ballet, concerts and a Christmas pantomime. It is a Grade II listed building.HistoryThe theatre opened as the New Theatre in 1912, renamed the New Queen’s Theatre in 1915 and the Opera House in 1920. It closed in 1979 and for five years was a bingo hall. The Palace Trust acquired it in 1984 and returned it to a theatre. In 1990 it was acquired by Apollo Leisure and staged large-scale musicals.ArchitectureThe theatre has a rectangular plan and is built of stuccoed brick with a slate roof. Its symmetrical fifteen-bay facade is in the Classical style with a five-bay centre with fluted Ionic columns. Above the three central bays is a relief of a horse-drawn chariot within a semi-circular arch. The gable has a moulded cornice on brackets. The entrance canopy is a 20th-century addition.The auditorium has two curved cantilevered balconies with large overhangs each holding 500 seats. Either side of the stage are stacked boxes between pairs of fluted Corinthian columns. The high proscenium arch is decorated with a circular medallion flanked by gryphons. The high ceiling above the auditorium takes the form of a coffered segmental tunnel vault.
GAY VILLAGE MANCHESTERDistance: 1.8 miTourist Information CANAL STREET Manchester, United Kingdom M1 3HE <>
The University Dental Hospital of Manchester is part of Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The Dental Hospital was established in 1884 in association with the School of Medicine at Owens College. It was then at Grosvenor Street, Chorlton on Medlock and in 1892 removed to another house, in Devonshire Street. Fund raising was slow in response to a public appeal and only in 1908 was the hospital able to occupy a new building on Oxford Road next to the Manchester Museum, designed in the Edwardian Baroque style by the architects Charles Heathcote & Sons. In 1905 the University established a degree and a diploma in dental surgery. A contribution from Godfrey Ermen towards the cost of building the hospital is recorded on a stone tablet near the entrance.
In the 1940s a new hospital was built further west on Bridgeford Street through the generosity of Sir Samuel Turner: later this was extended from three wings to four, by the south wing of 1951-52. Turner also endowed a Dental School at the Victoria University of Manchester; the Dental School and Hospital donation was £99,000.
Beetham Tower, ManchesterDistance: 1.3 miTourist Information 301 Deansgate Manchester, United Kingdom M3 4LQ
Beetham Tower is a landmark 47-storey mixed-use skyscraper in Manchester, England. Completed in 2006, it is named after its developers, the Beetham Organisation, and was designed by SimpsonHaugh and Partners. The development occupies a sliver of land at the top of Deansgate, hence its elongated plan and was proposed in July 2003 with construction starting a year later. At a height of 554ft, it is the tallest building in the United Kingdom outside London and 10th tallest building in the United Kingdom. It been described by the Financial Times as "the UK’s only proper skyscraper outside London". Consequently, it is the tallest building in Manchester however construction commenced in July 2016 on Tower 1 at Owen Street which will surpass the Beetham Tower as the tallest building in Manchester when completed in 2019 with a height of 659ft.As a result of the elongated floor plan, the structure is one of the thinnest skyscrapers in the world with a height to width ratio of 10:1 on the east-west façade but is noticeably wider on the north-south façade. A blade structure on the south side of the building acts as a façade overrun accentuating its slim form and doubles as a lightning rod. The skyscraper is visible from ten English counties on a clear day. The top-floor penthouse offers views of Greater Manchester, the Cheshire Plain, the Pennines, the Peak District and Snowdonia. The tower is known for emitting a loud unintentional hum or howl in windy weather, believed to emanate from the glass 'blade' atop the building. The hum has been recorded as a B below middle C and can be heard over large parts of the locality.
The Cathedral Church of St. John the Evangelist, usually known as Salford Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic cathedral in the City of Salford in Greater Manchester, England. Located on Chapel Street, Salford, not far from Manchester city centre, it is the seat of the Bishop of Salford and mother church of the Diocese of Salford. The architectural style is decorated neo-Gothic, and the Cathedral is a Grade II* listed building.HistorySt. John's Church, Salford, was built between 1844 and 1848 to designs of Matthew Ellison Hadfield (1812–1885) of Weightman and Hadfield of Sheffield, by Benjamin Hollins of Manchester. Hadfield's design for St. John's, the first cruciform Catholic church to be built in England since the Reformation, was closely modelled on a number of noted medieval churches. The "west" (actually south) front and nave are copied on a reduced scale from Howden Minster in the East Riding of Yorkshire; the choir and sanctuary are closely modelled on those of Selby Abbey in North Yorkshire; the decorations of the groined vault are copied from the church of St Jacques in Liege, Belgium; the tower and spire, the latter the tallest in Lancashire at the time of building, are derived from the church of St Mary Magdalene, Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire.
The Hulme Arch Bridge in Hulme, Manchester, England, supports Stretford Road as it passes over Princess Road, and is located at grid reference. The construction of the bridge formed part of the regeneration of the Hulme district of Manchester, both by re-establishing the former route of Stretford Road, which had been cut into two halves by the construction of Princess Road in 1969, and by providing a local landmark. The location was previously occupied by a footbridge.The bridge consists of a deck supported by cables from a single arch that spans the bridge diagonally. The design was selected in June 1995, with construction running between May 1996 and April 1997. It was opened on 10 May 1997 by Alex Ferguson.HistoryStretford Road was divided into two halves in 1969 by the construction of Princess Road. A footbridge was subsequently constructed, crossing Princess Road at the same place as the road previously ran. As part of the regeneration of the Hulme district, it was decided to construct a new bridge to rejoin the two sections of the road, and also to provide a local landmark.The design of the bridge was selected via a two-staged, closed design competition, commissioned by Hulme Regeneration Ltd and Manchester City Council. The first stage of the competition was held in March 1995, and had six entries. The winning design was selected in June 1995, and was from architects Chris Wilkinson Architects, with the structural engineer being Ove Arup & Partners. The reference for the design of the bridge was Eero Saarinen's Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri, USA.
Manchester City FC AcademyDistance: 1.3 miTourist Information 33,Lotissement Yasmina Settat Manchester, United Kingdom
Bridgewater House, ManchesterDistance: 1.6 miTourist Information Whitworth Street Manchester, United Kingdom
Bridgewater House, Manchester is a packing and shipping warehouse at 58–60 Whitworth Street, Manchester, England. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II listed building.Bridgewater House was built as a shipping warehouse in 1912 to a design by Harry S. Fairhurst. It is built around a steel frame with a cladding of sandstone ashlar and white glazed terracotta in a large rectangular plan, with a loading bay at the rear. The building has eight storeys and a basement and 19 bays. The lower two floors are of stone, and the upper floors are of terracotta. Above the doorways are profile medallions of the Duke of Bridgewater. According to the architectural historian Clare Hartwell, Fairhurst's huge buildings are "steel-framed and built to high-quality fireproof specifications". The authors of the Buildings of England series state that "Fairhurst's design revolutionised the business of loading and unloading goods and twenty-six lorries could be dealt with simultaneously using a drive-through system".The building was constructed for Lloyd's Packing Warehouses Limited and, like many warehouses, was built to a common design with steps to a raised ground floor with showroom and offices. The first floor contained more offices, waiting rooms for clients, and sample and pattern rooms all decorated to impress customers. The working areas above were plain with large windows to allow in natural light. Orders were packed there and sent to the basement on hoists powered by Manchester's hydraulic power system and packed into bales using hydraulic presses before dispatch. The warehouse was lighted by gas.
Renold BuildingDistance: 1.9 miTourist Information Mancunian Way Manchester, United Kingdom M1 3
The Renold Building is a university building in Manchester. It was opened on 23 November 1962 for the Manchester College of Science and Technology (later UMIST) as part of a major expansion of its campus in the 1960s. The architect was W.A.Gibbon of the firm of Cruikshank and Seward. The foundation stone was laid on 24 June 1960 by Sir Charles Renold J.P. LL.D (1883–1967), Vice President of the college, and chairman of the planning and development committee, after whom it was named.OverviewThe building, which is made of concrete, consists of a two-storey base supporting a six-storey tower. There is a large glass-sided stair tower on the side. Inside is an entrance hall on two levels with a large mural titled Metamorphosis, by Victor Pasmore.The Renold Building contains a number of lecture halls of differing sizes, including a 500-seat theatre, two 300-seat theatres, and five 140-seat theatres. According to Pevsner's Architectural Guide, "The idea was to provide a central facility for rooms that would otherwise have been dispersed amongst separate departmental buildings. This was a new initiative in British academic planning at that time."The building also contains seminar rooms and exhibition spaces. It overlooks a green space in the centre of what was the UMIST Campus which was originally a bowling green. For this reason a bar in the Renold Building was named the Bowling Green Tavern. The building no longer has a bar, but instead has a cafe named Enigma. Although the building has attracted some criticism, in January 2008 it narrowly missed out on being awarded listed status.Sources Pevsner Architectural Guides — Manchester, Clare Hartwell, ISBN 0-14-071131-7
Sporting Goods Store Near Manchester United Football Club, Old Trafford
The foundations were laid over 20 years ago with the now infamous "Sheep Store" which helped in forming the history of the Manchester street scene, with past team riders like Andy Scott, Rik Cooper, Femi Bukanoli and many others, we know we have our roots firmly in place.
From there we went on to open Manchester’s only indoor skatepark to support the local scene in what’s probably the Nations wettest city. We sadly closed the doors in July 2014 to make way for our second new bigger store based in the heart of the Northern Quarter.
With over 20 years experience in selling skateboards we can certainly answer any query you may have. Don’t forget to check out our blog www.blacksheepstore.co.uk/blog/ to see Black Sheep team happenings plus all the latest news from the brands we carry.
Thanks to all our customers and brands for your continuing support for Manchester's only skater owned store.
Bouncer SportsDistance: 2.2 miTourist Information 2 Eversden Court, Cambridge Industrial Estate, Cambridge St, Salford, United Kingdom M7 1AY 01618323470
Bouncer Sports page is all about cricket. Providing top class cricket professionals. Apart from that service aspect, Bouncer Sports, market their range of high performance, cost effective cricket equipment to trade and retail customers.
Introducing Swifty One, the first folding scooter from Swifty Scooters. Swifty One is designed specifically for the modern day commuter, making the daily commute faster, more convenient, and essentially more enjoyable, while enabling our consumers to leave their cars at home.
Its low profile and large pneumatic wheels makes it a particularly smooth ride. Its sleek lines and responsive steering enables you to glide through the streets, navigating the urban environment with ease and efficiency, whatever the weather.
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just4clubs ltd has been created to supply football kit to grassroots and amateur clubs offering kits on a payment structure format to make clubs more self sufficient.
By offering a payment structure over the course of 1 to 12 months to enable your club to access to kits, apparel and equipment without being reliant on sponsorship.
With a capacity of almost 76,000, Old Trafford is the largest club stadium in the United Kingdom. Known around the world as The Theatre of Dreams, Old Trafford has hosted matches since 1910. Learn more: http://www.manutd.com/OThistory
Old Trafford Stadium Manchester United Football Club.Distance: 0.7 miTourist Information 1130 Manchester, United Kingdom M16 0 <>
Welcome to the Official Facebook page for Jump Nation, the world's largest indoor trampoline arena based just 3 minutes drive from the Trafford Centre, Manchester.
You may have seen them, heard about them or even visited them whilst on holiday, but they have only just arrived in the UK! July 2014 will see the world's largest indoor trampoline arena open at Trafford Park, Manchester.
139 trampolines will be joined together to create one huge trampoline arena for people of any age to enjoy hours of fun...you can literally bounce off the walls! The park will also sport a huge foam pit to jump into so you can practice your tricks!
Wanting to bring your little ones along, feel free! There is a dedicated under 5's area that includes soft play toys. And if you don't fancy bouncing along, then feel free to relax in our fantastic café that serves fresh homemade meals, cakes and a wide selection of beverages.
Not only is this a fantastic day out for people of all ages, but burns calories too, so for those looking for a fun way to shape up come along and join in the fun!
We are looking forward to seeing you soon!
Facebook will not be held responsible for any competition run by Jump Nation, we (Jump Nation) are not acting on behalf of Facebook and there is no endorsement from Facebook for any of our competitions.
The Manchester Aquatics Centre is a public aquatics sports facility south of the centre of Manchester, England, north of the main buildings of the University of Manchester, and near the Manchester Metropolitan University. It was purpose–built for the 2002 Commonwealth Games, and cost £32 million to build. Before it was built, for many years its site was open waste ground left by demolishing inner-city industrial terrace houses.The building was designed by Faulkner Brown. The building takes the approximate shape of an asymmetric trapezoidal prism, and from the outside the roof resembles a wave. Construction started in August 1996, and was completed in July 2000, with finishing touches made in September 2001. MAC hosts many swimming and water polo events but also hosts Lancashire County Championships and Age group North west Regionals for swimming. It was opened on 12 October 2000 by Queen Elizabeth II.
Stretford End Old TraffordDistance: 0.8 miTourist Information United Trading Estate Manchester, United Kingdom M16 0
Welcome to Emirates Old Trafford, Lancashire County Cricket Club. Emirates Old Trafford is an award winning conference and events venue, encapsulating state of the art facilities, customisable space and the finest traditions of modern cricket. The venue provides an inspirational and unique setting for exhibitions, conferences, meetings, dinners, parties and more. With venue space for 10 to 1200 we have the capacity to host your event, whether you are looking to hold a trade exhibition, annual conference, a team meeting or an award dinner we have the space for you.
Not just one of the UK’s leading international cricket venues; redevelopment has led to a new era offering award winning facilities not available elsewhere. Iconic and versatile, the venue provides a dynamic and prestigious venue setting for all conferences and events.
As winners of the Gold Business Tourism award from the Visit England Awards 2014, the highest accolade in business tourism, you can expect your event to be iconic and memorable.
Money Matcher provides debt help and advice to clients throughout the UK. The company, which is based in Manchester, originally started out in 2005 and has many years of experience in the Debt Management sector.
Money Matcher provides clients with professional advice about debt problems. The experienced staff will help clients to take control of their financial situation. Money Matcher is able to offer the best advice and find a personal Debt Solution for all clients, no matter what their situation.
The helpful company offers a range of Debt Solution Products for their clients including Debt Management Services, IVAs, Trust Deeds and Full and Final Settlements that are tailored to requirements.
With a large team of highly trained, friendly debt advisers, there is always someone to talk to about any debt problems that the client may have.
Welcome to Irwell Valley's Facebook page!!
This page provides a place to discuss Irwell Valley news, services, events and initiatives. We will share information about events taking place in our neighbourhoods and surrounding areas and we will share information from our partners about events in and around our neighbourhoods.
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Whilst we are keen to hear from everyone, it is important to note that postings by our customers to Irwell Valley's page do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Irwell Valley, nor will Irwell Valley confirm their accuracy.
We welcome all questions, commentary and information about local events in our neighbourhoods, including constructive feedback.
We do not take decisions moderating posts lightly, but we do expect that participants post content and commentary that is both relevant and respectful to the community as a whole.
Irwell Valley reserves the right to remove posts that do not adhere to our guidelines and to block anyone who violates them repeatedly.
Specifically, we will not tolerate the following kinds of posts:
• Abusive, harassing, stalking, threatening or attacking others;
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• Posts that contain any personal information about yourself or other people such as addresses, telephone numbers and email addresses.
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Trafford Plaza Distance: 0.2 miTourist Information 73 Seymour grove Manchester, United Kingdom M16 0LW