Wednesday, 3 September 2008

September First Sunday

Greetings all loiterers and lovers and friends old and new (especially if you found us via zinefest and our maptastic goodie bag)

Hooray! Its that time of the month again – yep, this Sunday is First Sunday and due to popular demand we’ll be hosting a walk focused around the CCTV cameras which guard the people’s republic of Mancunia. Who is watching us and why? Let’s have some fun and spot the undiscovered wonders on our streets. This promises to be an enlightening and fun mooch with a twist with some special, spectral guests…..

Please join us this Sunday, 7th September, 2pm at CafĂ© Pop (Oldham Street, basement of Pop Boutique) I’ll be there from 1 O’clock enjoying one of their scrummy veggie roasts so if you want a natter first don’t be shy.

Plans are afoot the derive may end in folk music and refreshments but as ever proceedings will evolve with the flow of participants. And don’t worry; we may lead you delightfully astray but we promise it’s all perfectly legal.

Anyone and everyone is welcome to join us on our mission to remap Manchester; the only requirement is an open mind….

For more details please email call the hotline on 07974929589 or find us at or hidden in the depths of dreaded time sucking facebook monster

Love and cup cakes

Morag x

PS I’ve have been asked to forward an invitation for a very good cause from Dale whom many of you will have met at LRM events….(nb unlike LRM events this isn’t suitable for under 18s and you need to buy tickets in advance)

Wine Fair Friday September 5th, 6pm – 9pm at Spotlights Bar, Library Theatre, Manchester Central Library.

Come and try over 50 top wines from around the world (and some rather fine malt whiskys) in an exclusive venue There is also a private bar and live entertainment. Tickets are a tenner - literally pennies for each wine you try. Tickets can only be purchased IN ADVANCE from my shop in Manchester City Centre. Oddbins-0161 228 0849. We're just off Saint Peters Square a few yards up from the Waterhouse pub. PROFITS-if we make any, go to the mental health charity MIND, in memory of a long-term friend and colleague who recently passed away. This is a ridiculously cheap quality night out

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