Half Term, what to do, where to go?
So its half term, the kids are off school and you’re trying to keep them as entertained as possible. Well, there’s a fair few things happening in Manchester this week and of course, The Mitre is open for family meals!
Now, you’ll need to try and restrain your excitement here, but the Canadian heart-throb Justin Bieber will be visiting Manchester this Thursday and Friday as part of his tour. Bieber Fever will be spreading throughout the city and what’s even better; we’re just a couple of minutes’ walk away from the M.E.N. arena.
For the football fans out there, Manchester City FC will be having a special half term “Trophy and Treat Tour”, until 23rd February. You can take your kids for a trip down the “blues” memory lane and tour the Etihad Stadium; you may even sport a few football players on your way! We request a photo of Joe Hart if you do! For something a little closer to home (us), how about you visit the National Football Museum which is just opposite The Mitre on Cathedral Gardens? The museum will be celebrating 50 years of football and fashion. We all know klonopin to buy online that the 1960s revolutionised fashion and the football players were playing at just £21 a week wage. Now, imagine the footballers of today earning that much? Not very believable considering they’re earning anything from £21,000 a week! The event will highlight the men and women who have taken football from Kop to catwalk over the last 50 years. The 50 years of football and fashion event is free and on until the 23rd August, so you’ve got plenty of time to take a trip down memory lane!
If you are taking the children into city centre for a shopping spree…for school clothes or for any other reason, then come down to The Mitre for some warm, freshly cooked meals that will be sure to keep the kids quiet for at least an hour!
You can always make a night of it in Manchester this week by booking a room into one of the cheap city centre hotels Manchester.
Whatever you decide to do this half term, enjoy it and we hope to see down The Mitre!