Something New!

There's a new section on the website. 'Hand Made on Sunny Smedley. Yes, that's right, I'm trying to put Smedley on the map, and that's where my workshop is based. In this 'department' you will find a hist of odd, strange and wacky things to buy. From used Polish Apple Crates to Strange timepieces in the 'Cloquirk' section. From 'Random Letters' to 'Really Crap Cards' there's sure to be something you haven't seen before (and may not want to see again to be honest) Anyway, pop over and have a shuftie - after all, it's only 120 days till Christmas.

PETERLOO REMEMBERED

Yesterday's 'Peterloo Names' event saw hundreds of people gather in Albert Square, Manchester to hear the reading of the names of the victims of the Peterloo Massacre. A respectful crowd brought with them placards bearing the names of some of the people who gathered on August 16th 1819 to listen to the great orator Henry Hunt. What happened next has been described variously as 'Manchester's darkest hour' and 'Manchester's Tianennman Square' This continued witness to those tragic events will, hopefully ensure that a Respectful, Informative and Permanent memorial is erected in Manchester before the bicentenary in 2019.

Rise Like Lions!

Tomorrow, August 16th is the anniversary of Manchester's darkest day, The Peterloo Massacre of 1819. To mark this occasion there will be a solemn commemoration at 1 pm in St Peter's Square, in front of Manchester Central Library. The names of the victims will be read out, we will observe one minute's silence and then process to the Cross of St. Peter's Church to lay a wreath and decorate the cross with a tribute to the victims. You are invited to join us and then to go into Central Library to take part in a 'Placard Workshop' where we will be making placards bearing the names of just some of the 60,000 people who were in that place 198 years ago. These placards will then for the central elem

Oh! What A Night

Well, Mancunia delivered everything we had hoped for - and more! ​ This inspirational trio graced the stage with impeccable arrangements, stunning musicianship and even a few 'technical difficulties' thrown in for effect ! ​ They now move on to Festval bookings including the prestigious Cropredy Festival, but it is good to know that wherever they go and whatever they do WE HAD THEM FIRST. The wonderful Hayes Sisters (with surprise 'sister' Clive Gregson) gave us a wonderful start to the evening and were themselves worth the admission money! ______________________________________________________________________ We now look forward to bringing more live Roots and Acoustic music to the Ukrainia

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