Saturday, 20 September 2014
Members of the Pantonic All Stars Steel Orchestra performing on Hyde Civic Square.
Based in Stockport and founded in November 1985, they play regular gigs and collect for their charity, The Royal Manchester Children's Bone Marrow and Stem Cell Trust.
See a close-up of one of the instruments on Hyde Daily Photo.
For more information on the orchestra, visit the Pantonic All Stars website.
Thursday, 18 September 2014
Placards were left outside Hyde Library following a demonstration on Saturday by people fighting to save the library.
There is growing concern that Tameside council based in Ashton-under-Lyne is gradually eroding the heritage of surrounding towns in the metropolitan borough in order to support grandiose schemes in Ashton and have been doing so for many years.
Karen Garner is leading a campaign to keep the building in community use and has applied to English Heritage to have it considered for listed status.
A Tameside council spokesman has said: "The library service is due to be moved into the town hall within the next year. As is the case with all the council's buildings that are no longer in use, the library building will be marketed for alternative use. We will always consider any serious offers as and when they are submitted to us."
See a closer view of the placards on Hyde Daily Photo.
See a video report of the demonstration on the Manchester Evening News.
A contribution to signs, signs and Good Fences.
Tuesday, 16 September 2014
One of a group of cars belonging to the Tame Valley Vintage Classic Car Club on display at Hyde Civic Square as part of the Heritage Open Day.
LPR 238H is an RMB Gentry, a kit car based on the Triumph Herald but with MG wheels.
See other views on Hyde Daily Photo and sithenah.
A contribution to Ruby Tuesday and Our World Tuesday.
Monday, 15 September 2014
"I Love Where I Live" is a mural that stretches along the wall of the passageway to the toilets in the Clarendon Square Shopping Centre.
It was commissioned by the centre and created by young people from Alder Community High School, Godley Community Primary School and Flowery Field Primary School alongside tenants of the shopping centre.
Groups worked with artist Jacqui Symons to draw, sketch, paint, collage and print the buildings and houses of Hyde to create this 15 metre long artwork that features over 300 pieces of art.
This view is looking from near the entrance to the Mall.
Its positioning makes it difficult to photograph.
This view is looking from the end near the "Gents".
A view of the leftmost panel can be seen on Hyde Daily Photo.
A contribution to Monday Murals.
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