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Studio Shoot - Millwood Photographic Studio

Millwood Studio Information Millwood studios is set over 3500 sq feet and two floors, resurrected from the remnants of a Victorian factory is a fusion of the modern and old. Lovingly restored and retaining many of it's original features Millwood Studio's offers beautiful surroundings for those in pursuit of photographic excellence. Located at the foot of the Pennines, Millwood studios is ideally located within 10 minutes drive of the Manchester Ring road and only 5 minutes from Stalybridge train station offering easy access for clients far and wide. 3 Studios including self containe[...]
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Chateau Verdure, France

Chateau Verdure Visited with: PG UE, Carl Hartley, Nick Whitworth & Scott Chadwick. Visit Date: September 2014 History I cannot seem to find any history for this chateau, however, if or when I do I will update theis post. My Visit This Chateau is located in a more affluent neighbourhood than our first location. The building is hidden away by the overgrown tree lines and bushes as seems to be the case with a lot of the Chateaus we visited. Also, compared to the first location this place is in very bad shape. We knew before heading here that the building was in a bad way and tha[...]
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Derelict Manor House 'aka' Katie's House

Brief History of Katie's House Due to secrecy of this location I am afraid I cannot disclose any of the buildings history. This only happens on rare occasions and this is definitely one of them. My Visit to the derelict manor house 'aka' Katie's House After a failed visit to a different location which was cut short by what I call a 'WAH WAH' alarm we decided to try our luck at the amazing manor house that is 'Katie's House'. From the first time I read a report on this place it was added to the very top of my must see list and to finally get around to visiting was a great feeling. Af[...]
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The Ark Synagogue

Brief History of The Ark Synagogue The synagogue was built in in 1936/1937 and was designed by architect Ernest Alfred Shennan. Built in a rare Art Deco design it features a standard brick-faced façade but has distinctive tall vertical windows. During the Second World War the synagogue became a refuge for families who had been rendered homeless by the heavy bombing of the area. The synagogue closed in 2008 after serving the local Jewish community for over 70 years as the congregation merged with another local synagogue. The synagogue is a listed grade 2 building and features on the Heritag[...]
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Holdings Country Pottery

Brief History of Holdings Country Pottery Holding's Country Pottery was founded in 1842 by James Holding, however, the business was originally located a short distance away in Gaulkthorn, an outlying area of Oswaldtwistle. In 1860 James Holding moved his business to Broadfield, then in 1900 his son Grimshaw Holding set up the pottery on the present site. From then on the pottery stayed put and the business passed down from father to son until it's decline. The last mandatory accounts, made up to 3rd May, were submitted to Companies House in 2010, with the comment, "Nature of business, dormant[...]
 
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