The best reporting advice? Walk everywhere
A Dulhanty secret history, Burns Night banqueting and a night out with Sacha Lord
Good morning members — it’s Jack here, with a writer’s edition. Since I last wrote one of these, about a month ago, we have been joined by over 200 new members, which is a bit mad. So, to our new members, hello from me!
In today’s edition, I find out what one of my ancestors was doing back in WWI, shout out my favourite chip sandwich in town, and go on a long walk around the city at just the right time.
There’s also what I’m reading, a bit from the Friday night I spent with Sacha Lord at the Warehouse Project, plus a general news roundup including the latest from Oldham Coliseum, a disturbing story out of GMP and a record transfer bid in women’s football.
Before we dive in, a few requests to our community:
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