Gossypium, the cotton genus, belongs in the world of botanics to the tribe Gossypieae part of […]
John Dee arrived in Manchester on Monday afternoon, February 15, 1596, and took up his abode […]
As Defoe would write of Manchester in the late 17th century, says T.S Wilham in his […]
We know the name Mosley today from one of Manchester’s main streets, (once a Metrolink stop) […]
John Leland was probably the first to write about Manchester. He became Librarian to Henry VIII […]
Manchester’s Grammar School spent four centuries alongside the Collegiate in Long Millgate; the road that led […]
“Upon Salford Bridge, I turned my horse again My son George by the hand I hent […]
Hidden within the present day Cathedral is the angel stone recovered during the Victorian renovation, embedded in […]
The family of De La Warre would play a considerable part in Manchester during the 1300-1400’s […]
Around 1282 one hundred and fifty tenants are created free of servitude. Known as Burgesses they […]