You can find John Dalton’s statue casually seated on Manchester Metropolitan University’s campus off Oxford Road.
Hazel Reeves’ award-winning statue ‘Rise up, women’ – affectionately known as ‘Our Emmeline’ stands St Peter’s Square.
A Concretene Bench cast especially for Corridor of Light as a symbol of Manchester’s commitment to sustainability.
Lemn Sissay’s poem Rain can be found on the side of late-night take out, Gemini Takeaway.
A visible commitment to sustainability and designed by award-winning architectural practice Tonkin Liu, this 40m high flue tower and shell lace structural façade encloses a highly efficient source of heat and power for some of Manchester’s most iconic buildings.
The Church of The Holy Name of Jesus Christ was built in the late 19th century, the Holy Name sits in the middle of the University of Manchester.