Inviting, original, edgy, happening, diverse, spend any time in Manchester and you'll soon see it's a place like no other. This free spirited city demands your attention with a Northern warmth, no-nonsense welcome and a liberating open mindedness that demands you to take part.
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The city of Manchester, 200 miles northwest of London, has served for the best part of the past centuries as the main industrial centre of England. The heart of the Industrial revolution started here cotton mills now converted into City centre dwellings the area combined with rapid urban development has given Manchester a great reputation as a tourist destination. Living in the City is not just a preserve of New Yorkers now Mancunians are "Living in the City" property is abundant, Manchester Property is varied from loft apartments in the City centre to two up two downs in Rusholme.
In the past ten years Manchester has undergone a complete transformation. Buildings in the city centre area have been renovated and new shopping malls as well as entertainment venues have been constructed.
With England's largest student population, nightlife is thriving and the selection of pubs, clubs and restaurants now almost rivals that of London. Cultural venues such as 'The Lowry' at Salford Quays, the G-Mex exhibition centre and the Bridgewater Hall host exhibitions and music shows for all tastes.
Manchester City are Champions 2012 after a 44 year wait and well deserved to the most loyal supporters in football and the mostmanchester man and van humorous, And last but not least – there's football.
The home of the cult "Manchester City Football Club" now playing in the Etihad stadium Eastlands and chaired by Mr Khaldoon Al Mubarak, a trusted aide of the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan as part of the takeover of Manchester City F.C. by the Abu Dhabi United Group, on September 21, 2008 Man Cities stadium was bought by lottery payers, thank you very much, also manchester united football club is the most promoted name in UK sport now owned by an American conglomerate a worldwide football club or a promotional advertiser giggle.
It is also the richest sports club in Europe with the biggest debt!. Old Trafford, the stadium at which the team plays its home ground is situated in the borough of Trafford. THANK YOU Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan for all your investment into our city Manchester.
John Rylands Library
The University's library, the John Rylands Library, is the major non legal deposit library in the UK, as well as being the country's third largest scholastic library after those of Oxford and Cambridge. The oldest section of the library, established in memory of John Rylands by his wife Enriqueta Augustina Rylands as an self-directed institution, is to be found in a Victorian Gothic building on Deansgate Manchester city centre. This site accommodates a notable collected works of historic books and manuscripts, as well as the oldest extant New Testament document, Rylands Library Papyrus P52, the so-called St John's fragment. The Deansgate site has newly reopened to the public, after major improvements and renovations, together with the assembly of the pitched roof originally intended.
Greater Manchester Police: 872 5050
Crime Stoppers (To report crime anonymously) 0800 555 111
Bootle St police Station 956 3228/9
Gas (transco - emergency leaks) 0800 111 999
Water (United Utilities) Leaks 0800 33 00 33
Water supply 0845 746 2200
Sewers 0845 602 0406
Electricity 0800 195 4141
Samaritans 08457 90 90 90
MANCHESTER CITY COUNCIL
Manchester City Council Switchboard 234 5000
City Centre Management Company 234 3232
Environment Call (Refuse, Fly tipping, Street cleaning and lighting) 954 9000
Planning Enquiries 234 4516
Council Tax 219 6130
Noise nuisance: From licensed premises (9-5) 234 4959
(out of office hours) 234 4601
From construction sites 234 4873
From commercial premises 234 4873
From the street (Police) 872 5050
From another home 953 2525
Manchester Parking (tickets and charging) 234 4111
Licensing Unit 234 4516
Bridgewater hall - 907 9000
comedy store - 08705 932 932
contact theatre (box office) - 274 0600
library theatre - (Box Office) - 236 7110
the Lowry centre (Box Office) - 876 2000
opera house - 834 1787
palace theatre - 245 6600
royal exchange Theatre (Box Office) - 833 9833
royal northern college of music (Box Office) - 273 4504
ADVICE AND INFORMATION
Central Library (St Peters Square) 234 1900
Police Licensing Unit 0870 599 544
Victim Support 0845 3030 900
Lesbian and Gay Helpline 235 8000
Manchester Advice 234 5600
Manchester airport - 489 3000
national rail enquiries - 08457 484 950
GMPTE (local bus and rail) - 228 7811
first Manchester (bus) - 08457 881 155
stagecoach Manchester (bus) - 228 7811
national express (coach) - 08705 808 080
metro link (tram) - 205 2000