Famous Faces needed for new exhibition in Leigh

People are being asked to nominate people past and present who have shaped Wigan borough to be featured in a new project at Leigh...

Former Rochdale Water Mill gets listed status

Waterside House, one of the 1st mills in Rochdale to switch from water to steam power, has been awarded grade II listed status by the Department for...

Residents at Broughton House Veteran Care Village celebrated the 75th anniversary of VE Day...

Residents at Broughton House Veteran Care Village in Salford, including World War Two veterans, celebrated the 75th anniversary of VE Day with a special...

VE Day Seventy five years ago Manchester prepares to celebrate

Seventy five years ago this week, the City of Manchester was preparing to celebrate the end of the war in Europe. Plans were being prepared...

Historic England Announces Covid-19 Emergency Response Fund

Historic England has launched an emergency fund to help tackle the impact of Coronavirus on the heritage sector. The aim of the fund, which will...

Millicent Fawcett’s ‘Steadfastness and Courage’ brooch to go on permanent display for the first...

A unique brooch that belonged to Millicent Fawcett, President of the National Union of Women’s Suffrage Societies (1890 – 1919) will go on permanent...

A reet gradley event will shed light on region’s culture

It promises to be a gradley event at Lancaster University on April 4 and well worth a sken! Did you know that many Lancashire dialect...

Four Greater Manchester projects given funding to celebrate second Windrush day

Four projects across the North West will receive a share of over £29,000 to hold a rich and wide-ranging series of events as part...

Elizabeth Gaskell’s House Launches Appeal to Re-create Elizabeth’s Bedroom

Elizabeth Gaskell’s House is about to embark on a new chapter, as it launches a campaign to re-create Elizabeth’s bedroom as it would have...

New war memorial for ‘forgotten soldiers’ in Oldham

More than 2,500 ‘forgotten’ Oldham soldiers who died during or just after World War One will now have their names remembered at a ‘Garden...