Wigan Market Staying Open

So with some sadness the Galleries are now closed awaiting demolition. Yet Wigan Market is still very much open in its usual location. As the demolition of the Galleries is likely to cause some disruption your market needs as much help from us as we can provide. So here isContinue Reading

A Merseyside landmark has launched a bid to be named a World Heritage site. Sankey Viaduct, also known as the nine arches, is among the oldest viaducts in the world and was opened in 1828 to provide a vital transport link on the Liverpool and Manchester line. The structure remainsContinue Reading

Views are being sought on a plan that will shape transport in the Liverpool City Region over the next two decades. Liverpool City Region Combined Authority (LCRCA) has launched a public consultation on the area’s new local transport plan (LTP) that will shape future improvements on the region’s transport network until 2040.Continue Reading

is a pagan holiday celebrated from February 1 through sundown February 2. Based on a Celtic tradition, Imbolc was meant to mark the halfway point between winter solstice and the spring equinox in Neolithic Ireland and Scotland. The holiday is celebrated by Wiccans and other practitioners of neopagan or pagan-influencedContinue Reading

A concrete jungle of viaducts will ‘sever’ east Manchester if government plans for a cut-price high-speed railway station at Piccadilly go ahead, local leaders have warned – while 14,000 potential new jobs would be lost due to the amount of land required to build it. Under government’s existing proposal, HS2Continue Reading