Monday, 6 May 2013

Walking the past

I never tire of history and I remain a fan of all the many ways that the past can be brought out of the shadows.

Now the walk and talk has to be one of the best.

After all you get to listen to an expert and see the places where things happened and most of the time the sun shines.

All of which is a lead in to a series of guided tours of Manchester’s history by Emma Fox.

Emma lives in Chorlton is part of Manchester Guided Tours and is a Manchester Green Badge Tour Guide.  She offers a range of trips, some walking, some by coach some even by bike along with tunnel & boat tours.

She tells me that they can be "bespoke private tours given on a variety of fascinating themes for business organisations, social groups, educational establishments, conferences, sports fans, birthday activities."

Currently she offers trips around the Print Works, Southern Cemetery, our waterways and the Gangs of Manchester and more.

And so rather than read this you can go to or either
call her on 07500 774 200 or email for further information.

Picture; Southern Cemetery courtesy of Emma Green

A Chorlton Walk, Southern Cemetery, May 19, 2.30 pm, part of Chorlton Arts Festival

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