Lost in the past with Worsley’s Vikings
The talk of the group is Sam, a crime recording officer for GMP who has turned up in a custom-made helmet, £300, chain mail, £250, linen tunic and trousers dyed maroon £160, and leather shoes, £50.
Dear members — we’re easing you into the weekend with a gentler newsletter today. We’ve had quite a week of reporting, so we’ve gone for a change of gear.
In today’s edition:
Jack visits Ýdalir Vikings, a dark age re-enactment group in Worsley.
We find out if one of the city’s most stylish restaurants, District, is worth a visit.
Our media picks include a short read about Manchester Airport’s first international artist-in-residence.
This weekend’s to-do list is packed with tasting menus, sauna sessions and dance festivals.
And finally, a lovely “At Home With…” with Miller Linda Done.
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