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Calling All Writers

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By Lauren Walters

Humanity Hallows MCR is here to bring together everything that’s great about Manchester. We’ll be bringing you up to speed on news, up and coming events and festivals around the city as well as bringing to light the little vintage cafes in the Northern Quarter you never knew existed. The page is designed to bring Manchester out in a way that’s both enjoyable and informative. We are looking for writers who have a keen eye for what’s hot on the Manchester scene and have something they would like to share with fellow city-goers.

We want to hear from you! Where is a great place for you to spend your valuable student hours? Where’s your favourite Manchester location and what makes it that way? If this is your first year at MMU and are new to the city, tell us how you’re finding it, this would make an interesting read for other new students in the same boat. So if you’ve got an opinion on anything Manchester related, we want to hear about it. Drop us an email on: and visit our Work With Us page for more information on how to get involved.

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