A Peek Inside Manchester Nightlife

Pep Guardiola and Antonio Conte on the touchline during Chelsea's 2-1 win Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says his first season in the Premier League has not been good enough but promised "in the future I will be better". City are fourth in the league following defeat at Chelsea on Wednesday, all but ending hopes of a league title in the Catalan's debut campaign in England. "In future I will be better - definitely," said the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich coach. "This season has been a massive lesson for me." He added: "We have a lot of beautiful things to fight for and to qualify for

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The big race at Aintree is one of the highlights of the sporting calendar, with millions staked each year. And punters will be able to take in the action, and see if their bets come in, live in Exchange Square. The race has this year returned to ITV for the first time in 32 years as part of a four-year deal to show horse racing on terrestrial TV. Read More This video will tell you which horse to bet on in the Grand National - randomly And the channel has teamed up with media companies Goodstuff and Ocean Outdoor to erect a screen to screen to allow shoppers and those out and about to catch

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The crazy golf costs 3 a round for mini explorers (under four), 4 per round for junior explorers, aged four to 11, and 4.90 for explorers aged 12 and over. Family tickets are available and all children under 12 must be accompanied by one playing adult. Bents Garden and Home, Warrington Road, Glazebury, Warrington, WA3 5NT. As well as the permanent exhibits, there are two shows coming to Manchester in 2017 which are a must for any dino fan - Jurassic Manchester News Kingdom at Philips Park in Clayton and Dinosaurs In The Wild which comes to Event City in September. Jurassic Kingdom The show

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A Glance Around Manchester Shopping

The big race at Aintree is one of the highlights of the sporting calendar, with millions staked each year. And punters will be able to take in the action, and see if their bets come in, live in Exchange Square. The race has this year returned to ITV for the first time in 32 years as part of a four-year deal to show horse racing on terrestrial TV. Read More This video will tell you which horse to bet on in the Grand National - randomly And the channel has teamed up with media companies Goodstuff and Ocean Outdoor to erect a screen to screen to allow shoppers and those out and about to catch

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They did, though, frustrate Chelsea at Stamford Bridge and Arsenal at the Emirates before conceding late goals. Mourinho has plenty of experience dealing with Tony Pulis' teams. West Broms set-pieces West Brom beat Arsenal in their last game thanks to two goals from Craig Dawson. Both came from corners, despite Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain admitting afterwards that they had been made aware of the danger before the game. It will form a key part of Mourinhos pre-game instructions. But as Arsene Wenger found, it is down to the players to take care of their own jobs. Top-four chances United have got

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Well also be bringing you crime, travel, health, sport, politics and education stories from the M.E.N team. And the CityLife journalists are working hard to bring you the best reviews, celebrity gossip and information on going out in the city. If theres something youve noticed and want us to check out then feel free to get in touch - call us on 0161 211 2323 or tweet @MENnewsdesk 09:51 Weather: Don't forget your brolly Its a pretty mixed day ahead according to the Met Office. The forecast shows a dull and cloudy day with spells of rain, some of it heavy, throughout although it looks like itll

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Never Wondered About Manchester Innovation?

The annual markets draw in around 100 million people every year - and city bosses have decided theyre missing a trick by not offering tourists more time to pay them a visit. The usual Albert Square hub will continue to be the focal point of the markets, but bosses plan to add more diversity to the European stalls by having a British Market in St Anns Square, because of Brexit. It will sell typical British foods - like roast beef, haggis, Welsh cakes and chicken tikka masala. (Photo: Mark Waugh) There will also be a pop up British pub, selling flat, warm beer, Irn Bru, Guinness and whatever

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