The village of Newton Heath or Newton, was until the Industrial Revolution a small settlement based […]
Located at one of the few disembarkation points on the Mersey flood plain between Stockport and […]
Back in 2004, in a report to the Deputy Prime Minister, the neighbourhood of Harpurhey was […]
Today its fame resides in the curry mile and being an area with a high student […]
Lying on the fringes of East Manchester, Openshaw’s origins were that of a small Hamlet, surrounded […]
Clayton can claim to house the only moated building to survive in the Manchester area and […]
Part of the East Manchester industrial conurbation, Beswick housing was cleared after the second world war […]
Remaining rural until the 1930’s, this North Manchester village, its name literally meaning  the clearing in […]
Manchester’s first overspill town, built on land purchased across the Mersey in Cheshire by the City […]
Journalist and publisher Joseph Aston was to describe Ardwick as “one of the best built and […]