Ghost Walks This Halloween

Every year we build new ghost walks across the country, telling the true stories about spirits, ghouls and the supernatural, given to us by you. 

Free sign up gives you access to everything, great audio and stories. This month we have Halloween Ghost Walks in Preston, Manchester, Birmingham, Cardiff, Bristol, Bath, Northampton, Leicester, Nottingham, Sheffield, Leeds, Hebden Bridge, Clitheroe, Blackpool, Bury St Edmunds, Skipton, Harrogate, Hastings, Conwy, St Ives, Lancaster, Southend on sea, Dundee, Scarborough, Newcastle, Berwick upon Tweed, Loughborough and Saddleworth.*

*Ghost walks open 12pm on 29th October 2018

Expires: 31st October 2018

Free tours, facts, art and stories

Free means we want to keep most things free. We have snikkits about everything you can think of, clouds, canals, Hamlet, libraries, football, Peterloo, Music, Romeo and Juliet, war, rivers, market towns the lots.

That's Shoe Business

The Rossendale Valley has played an important role in the industrial revolution. From it's rural forest environment it developed into an industrial force known throughout the world. With stone from its quarries being used in Trafalgar Square, the woolen industry and cotton industry exporting all over the world the footwear industry had good foundation on which to build.

Location: Rossendale, BB4 4AN

Expires: Never

Music MCR Tour

Manchester is a special place for the music industry, follow the trail and listen to the varied history from the Smiths to the Happy Mondays.

Location: Manchester City Centre

Expires: 15 June 2019

Oldham Ghosts

Ghosts, ghosts everywhere. Join Hard Graft as they take you around the haunted spots of Oldham.

Location: Oldham Greater Manchester

Available From: 15 June 2019

Manchester Guide

From Peterloo to the Manchester ship canal, listen to the varied history of the greatest city in the UK.

Location: Rossendale, BB4 4AN

Expires: 15 June 2019

The M62

This long motorway has a lot of stories to offer.

Location: Liverpool to Hull

Expires: 15 June 2019

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