Katherine Watson celebrates the season with a few pastoral peregrinations. Warning: the following article contains strong language.
Tessa Gee looks forward to family-friendly treats, Chorlton-style. Chocolate, chipolatas and Christmas cheer.
It’s that time of year. Maria Stripling hankers for a real fire, home-made stew and to curl up on the sofa with an atmospheric crime drama. It’s all very Scandi-chic.
Historian Andrew Simpson gets into the spirit of South Manchester’s Christmas past.
Award-winning author, Andrew Michael Hurley, soon to be headlining Chorlton Book Festival, talks to Deborah Grace about the inspiration behind The Loney, his haunting debut novel.
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.
Historian Andrew Simpson takes a trip into town, but you won’t find him hanging round the Arndale. We’re going to Pool Fold.
Deborah Grace talks to artist and calligrapher Rosana Ibarrola about her career in television – and letters from a serial killer!
There’s something that feels deliciously exclusive about a supper club. Linsey Parkinson meets Sophie Needham, the chef behind Chorlton Nights.
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