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The letter that I sent you is relating to University’s policy on purchase orders being printed clearly on all invoices when being presented for payment not relating to the forms you have previously filled in from the Payroll office. The letter is sent out when a new supplier is set up on our system within the Accounts Payable office.
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Are you saying I haven't filled in the forms correctly. I spent ages filling in every relevant bit I could, but it's so complicated it is impossible to do so without making an error! I'm referring particularly to the bits about replacement workers. completely irrelevant for us. If our guides wouldn't have been able to do the tours for any reason it would have been impossible to get a replacement as we're the only people who can do them. Which is why you hired us.
If there's anything we - New Manchester Walks - need to do to receive payment, please let me know rather than send out a round robin letter.
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I am considering a visit next summer to London, Liverpool and Manchester. I would like to see the “hallowed ground” and all the Rock landmarks. Do you have any suggestions on how to proceed? What tours are available and what lodging do you recommend that is well located?
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I have managed to speak with our contact at the Bank pub and we are going to trial our first joint event with your quiz night. The idea is that people will come to the quiz (from 6-8pm) and then head downstairs for a meal at 8.30. So... please can you make sure that the entirety of the quiz fits into 2 hours? And also, if you wanted to book a meal, the menu will be available from the 25th but it is basically burgers, fish and chips etc. + a drink for £9 so not too shabby!
Eventbrite link for it is http://fundraisingquiz.eventbrite.co.uk
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Thanks very much for the email. First up apologies. I used all the guide email contact information passed to me from Emma Anderson and her team before she left for her new post in Southport, as well as several calls out to the city via email, twitter and word of mouth.
We certainly do not want you to miss out at all!
As for the Manchester Guided Tours doing talks here, they approach me and asked if they could host their monthly day time talks here, I’m not able to offer them one of our meeting spaces as it conflicts with our venue hire operations here, but offered them the cafe. Which they decided to take. I’d be happy for other groups to use the cafe in a similar manner and its certainly not an exclusive thing. Other than the provision of space and the usual leaflet racks (which are open to everyone) we have little to do with it.
Again, with the pub quiz, it is an event being coordinated by one of our project staff, Chris Burgess to tie in with his research and project plan of developing new events. I’m sure it is just a happy coincidence as pub quizzes are now rife across the city in all their forms (we are even competing with one on Zombies!). I was not aware of your previous approaches, but being new (ish) in post, that may well be why.
Back to WW – I’ve attached the call for papers that was circulated in July for your information. I can also flag up events on the Wonder Women blog if you send me the information with a bit of notice and this will also be flagged up via Twitter too. I’ll ensure that your dates go into the calendar as we start to pull it together and add you to the list for further updates.
Do add me to your mailing list, please let me know if there are any other email addresses I need to add to the WW list and I will be in touch with the next eBulletin, probably in early Nov.
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Ed Glinert of New Manchester Walks here.
Sorry to moan, but I didn't want our guides to miss out on the Wonder Women walks which I believe are taking place next March and which we haven't been invited to participate in.
We are the only group of official guides regularly running political walks in Manchester. We have a huge selection of political walks, covering every relevant aspect of Manchester history, including Peterloo, Engels, Disraeli, Gladstone & Cobden, Churchill. We regularly run "Political Heroes of Manchester", "Political Villains of Manchester, "The Formidable Women of Manchester" and in particular our suffragette walk, which we goes monthly. I know Anne Beswick of Manchester Guided Tours also does an occasional Pankhursts/Suffragettes tour - yes, the one I taught her!
Most of our political walks take in the PHM, either starting from the museum or ending there. I also regularly do a number of political talks in Manchester - at the Portico Library, at the Briton's Protection during the Histories Festival, at Gorton Monastery - so I was really surprised to find speakers from Manchester Guided Tours hosting talks at the museum but not to be asked myself. I also proposed a political quiz, to rival the success of the Cathedral's quizzes, some time back to the museum but got no interest, only to find you are now hosting one! Weird.
I think there's been a breakdown in communication somewhere. It appears that one of the organisers has contacted the Guild of Manchester Tour Guides to get involved, which is a bit unfortunate as the Guild doesn't represent all guides. Consequently none of the information has percolated down to New Manchester Walks and I don't want us to miss out, like we did last year.
Anyway, there's plenty of time for us to get involved. We are running two suffragette events next March anyway, so I'm hoping these can be fitted in.
* The Pankhursts walk on Sat 8 March, 11am, from the Midland Hotel.
* The Pankhursts talk at Gorton Monastery on Sunday 16 March, 12 noon.
The following dates are possible:
3 February – there will be a Super Learning Day taking place which will restrict the areas you can access.
3 March – there will be a Super Learning Day taking place which will restrict the areas you can access.
10, 17 March
24, 31 March – it would be better to avoid these dates if possible as we are running an Experience Easter event and it will involve quiet meditation.
Let me know if you wish to book one of the above dates.
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