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At an event at the Irish World Heritage Centre in Cheetham Hill, the Labour leader said he and activists would now be spending the summer preparing to take on the Tories.
His interest and inspiration for the historical, geographical and cultural landmarks of Ireland began on a trip to The Aran Islands, The Burren and The Cliffs of Moner when he was eleven years of age and, in fact, he worked at the Irish World Heritage Centre for a couple of years before he moved into school libraries.
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Highlight of the festival will be the St Patrick's Day parade, starting at the Irish World Heritage Centre. Around 250,000 are expected to take part.
Working on costings produced for the planned Irish World Heritage Centre (as usual, the Irish are ahead in the game), the sum would be in the pounds 15-20m range - a hefty figure, but needed if we want to build a world-class visitor attraction using the most advanced multi-media and information technology systems.
What better way to mark a nation's progress at such an historic time than to recognise in a tangible way through a variety of projects, such as the Irish World Heritage Centre in Manchester, those whose energy and sacrifices, whether at home or as exiles, helped shape the modern, vibrant Ireland we have today.
The Irish World Heritage Centre is a major base for the region's Irish community, offering a diverse programme of cultural activities alongside conference and events facilities.
Michael Forde from the Irish World Heritage Centre in Manchester which has dealt with hundreds of complaints, said: "For many years the Irish in Britain were subjected to all sorts of stereotyping.
Popular returning events include an Irish culture showcase at the Irish World Heritage Centre, an evening of uplifting gospel music at the New Testament Church of God (formerly St John's church) and the Central Gurdwara open day, where attendees can learn about the Sikh faith while enjoying delicious free food.
The Irish World Heritage Centre in Manchester will be developed on a 13-acre site at a cost of pounds 14 million.
? A PLAY telling the story of an angel travelling across Ireland is coming to the Irish World Heritage Centre this week.