Holiday Inn Express Manchester CC-Oxford Road
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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... when William Lever, co-founder of Lever Brothers, wanted to build good and pleasant housing for his workers in the soap factory here. He was ahead of his time and enlightened in that he considered that workers would work better if comfortably housed with surrounding gardens and open spaces. This was in the early 1900s. The houses today are not allowed to be changed, but they have been maintained and are ...
... would be good to simply visit the churches where his relatives had been married. What luck! As appears to be the practice in this zone, the churches have re-laid the gravestones as paving stones surrounding the actual church. Within minutes of arriving at St Chad’s Church in Rochdale, we had success. It was obvious that local stone was harder, and has survived in much better condition. We also found relatives gravestones at both ...
... of an extremely rare, moated, 16th century, half timbered manor house virtually untouched since. It looked as if it was a film set but it is totally real. We had a great tour of the building & were very impressed with the place.
Our next stop was Haughmond Abbey, a ruined Augustinian abbey near Shrewsbury, another casualty of the dissolution of the ...
Monday 14th July - Chearsley
Moving north we drove up to Sutton Coldfield for lunch with Jean & John Topliss. They were both well & it was great to catch up again after a few years. After a very slow progress we eventually arrived at Sue & Ken's place in Wilmslow. Ken looks so much better after having his hips fixed. After dinner we drove on to ...
... Once again, I was captivated by all of the exhibits. Until the children came along and decided to be loud and poking everything. Children should not be aloud in museums. Is that mean of me to think? They're not really learning anything. Especially if they're on a field trip. They might remember one or two things. But annoying me is not going to be one of those things they remember. Anyway... I got to have afternoon tea a couple of times; something I had been ...