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Salford’s Hidden Gems

11/09/2013 11:00 am
11/09/2013 1:00 pm

Can we get round all the wondrous places the left bank city has to offer?

• There’s the Real Tennis court, one of few in the country, its walls decorated with antlers’ heads, which feels like it’s been transported from deepest Barsetshire.

Real Tennis Club1• Sacred Trinity on Chapel Street is one of the oldest places of worship in the area and was nearly bulldozed when Exchange Station was built in the 1880s.

• Bexley Square Magistrates’ Court was the Town Hall and more recently featured in Coronation Street as the location of Tyrone’s trial.

• Salford has a Catholic cathedral, St John the Evangelist, the first cruciform church to be built since the Reformation of the 1530s when it went up in the 1840s.

Just a few examples of the unusual fayre on offer.

Real Tennis Club2

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