The Creative Recycling Gallery has brought beauty to Chorlton’s Beech Road for 15 years. Linsey Parkinson talked to its owners, Fiona Norton and Glennis Andrews, about its future and how we can all help.
The first branch of JP & Brimelow opened its doors in Didsbury Village in 1998 and from then on, the future was purple.
After a series of pop-ups and temporary take-overs, the Real Junk Food Cafe is settling down in a place of its own. Linsey Parkinson is inspired by its director, food waste activist Corin Bell.
For some of us, pain can be part of who we are and we resign ourselves to suffering – but it may not have to be that way. Linsey Parkinson meets Chronic Pain Recovery Coach Maria Hammond.
Rob Tomlinson has taught more than 1,000 local people to bake bread, so the only proper place to have a chat is a cosy kitchen. Linsey Parkinson gets her feet under the table.
Fiona Norton and Glennis Andrews have been right at the heart of ethical and artistic Chorlton since 2004. Their Creative Recycling Gallery on Beech Road is absolutely packed with originality. Words by Linsey Parkinson