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Help raise much-needed funds for the world’s victims of disaster, poor and hungry in a fun positive way and celebrate curry in Britain, with National Curry Week & National Eating In/Out Week 2015. Restaurants, pubs, caterers, schools, and especially curry and ethnic food lovers at home.
A week of celebration, fun, food and fundraising to help us tackle poverty and suffering through the The Curry Tree Charitable Fund
For those who like dining out on delicious Indian cuisine, we’ve put together a spicy list of restaurants near Dreamhouse Apartment locations.
Located in Greater Manchester, the Old Trafford stadium is home to one of Manchester’s main football clubs, Manchester United Football Club. As the second largest football stadium in the United Kingdom, Old Trafford has a capacity of over 75,000.
Built in 1909, Old Trafford has hosted many FA Cup semi-finals, England fixtures and matches at the 1966 World Cup, as well as the football matches of the 2012 Summer Olympics. Visitors can go behind the scenes at Old Trafford with regular tours taking place seven days a week (except on match days), to see the stadium through the eyes of Manchester United greats themselves. With access to the player’s dressing room, the Sir Alex Ferguson Stand, the dugouts and the player’s tunnel, this tour is a must for anyone looking to experience one of the most famous football stadiums in the UK.
Reopened following huge demand, the Coronation Street tour offers visitors the chance to walk down the famous Weatherfield cobbles. A fictional town based on Salford, Manchester, the show was first broadcast in 1960 and it is now the longest running TV soap opera in production.
Visitors can take a stroll along the cobbles and go backstage to see how the sets are made, with the potential to meet some of the cast members filming at the time. The star’s dressing rooms are open for viewing and visitors will also be able to see the props being made.
The Museum of Science and Industry is a museum dedicated to the city’s achievements in science, technology and industry. With extensive displays of transport, power (water, electricity, steam and gas engines), textiles and computing, the museum has something on display for everyone.
As an Anchor Point of the European Route of Industrial Heritage, the museum is situated on the site of the world’s first railway station – Manchester Liverpool Road Railway Station, which opened in 1830. To highlight this, the museum offers steam train rides to visitors and the frontage of the train station still stands today. The museum organises an annual week long science festival each October for families and adults, incorporating over 100 events.
Visit the museum website here.