First day fresh

September 2018

1st i-m,press!ons

The worst thing about the first day of school is trying to find a seat. Luckily for me I spent most of the day sat on a floor, a heated floor a must add.


Great angle for a stargazer like myself, however there is only one thing to be had, not paying attention when you are suppose to be.


I am a focused student. I am a mature student, I am a

I spent the  first month doing nothing but reading assignment briefs and it was all soo00 boring do you want to read this or look at something?

May 31, 2017

Bolton Octagon launches new vision for £10m revamp

The bakery and the shop was built in 1975. This was the first ever Carrs Pasties shop – before it sold pasties it was a tripe shop which sold the occasional pasty. The shop is still situated on Halliwell Road and is well known by generations of families from all over Bolton

Date painted: 1650–1675 Oil on canvas, 150 x 202 cm

The Death of Seneca by Luca Giordano Bolton Library & Museum Services, Bolton Council  Collection

22 October 2016 

Queen’s Park is a roughly circular 22 acres Victorian park lying on sloping ground to the north-west of Bolton town centre, in Greater Manchester, England. Opened as Bolton Park on 24 May 1866 by Lord Bradford it was renamed in 1897 in honour of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee

Chinese contractor to lead £1bn Bolton regeneration

Chinese contractor Beijing Construction and Engineering Group International is joining private investors backing plans for Bolton’s ambitious £1bn town centre plan.

A Royal Exchange Theatre Production Queen Margaret

Jeanie O’Hare’s play stitches several of the Bard’s works together to retell the War of the Roses from Queen Margaret’s perspective. Jade Anouka takes on the crown in this production, not bad for someone who was once told she’d never be able to perform Shakespeare. Royal Exchange Manchester 14 Sept to 6 Oct.