Henry Owen-John will explore what World Heritage status means in practice and will consider some of the challenges the UK and our World Heritage Sites in the North West of England face in satisfying the terms of the Convention.
This backstage tour of the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester will provide members with a chance to see some of the dressing rooms, the wigs, make-up and wardrobe spaces – all the unseen details which make their plays so successful!
This walk will be lead by Andrew Derbyshire, a qualified Manchester Tourist Guide who has also studied local religious history. It will trace the Christian history of Manchester and Salford via its religious buildings, statues and memorials.
We are pleased to offer our members the chance to explore and learn more about the work that is taking place at RHS Bridgewater. The RHS plan to create a stunning new 62 hectare (154 acre) garden in the heart of the North West in Salford is now well under way and it will open to the public in 2020.