28 November 16 A stroll through Openshaw, Beswick and Clayton. Sunny.
Whitworth House at the Manchester College Openshaw Campus.
Dad's Halo Effect, by Ryan Gander, and the Manchester Institute
of Health and Performance building, Beswick.
The Manchester Institute of Health and Performance.
Wall mural of a BMX biker, on a former railway viaduct pillar,
at the National Cycling Centre, Clayton.
The National Cycling Centre.
The BMX arena at the National Cycling Centre.
Wrought iron shadows.
Church of St Cross, Clayton, by William Butterfield.
Built in 1863-66, Grade II listed.
Roman Catholic Church of St. Willibrord, Clayton, by Reynolds and Scott.
Built in 1937-38, Grade II listed. It is the only church in the UK
to be dedicated to St. Willibrord.
St. Willibrord (Latin: Villibrordus, c 658-739 AD) was a Northumbrian missionary
saint, known as the "Apostle to the Frisians" in the modern Netherlands. He
became the first Bishop of Utrecht and died at Echternach, Luxembourg.