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Family Days Out

Van de Graaff generator at Enchanted Parks at Saltwell Park in Gateshead.

Enchanted Parks at Saltwell Park in Gateshead

The 2018 edition of Enchanted Parks has the theme The House of Lost and Found. It is being held in Saltwell Park, Gateshead, from the 4th to the 9th of December. MannedUp was invited to attend the press evening on 4th December. We sent north-east based journalist, photographer and travel […]

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Photography

London-based photographer Darryl Vides-Kennedy at work by the Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe. Photo by Stuart Forster / whyeyephotography.com.

Inside Photography: people photographer Darryl Vides-Kennedy

Darry Vides-Kennedy is a people photographer based in north London. He was born and grew up in southern Africa and lived elsewhere in the world. Darryl produces strong images of individuals and, in this interview, talks about his work to MannedUp. What kind of photography related niche do you specialise […]

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Cooking

A Copper Stone Pan frying pan.

Cooking with a Copper Stone Pan

As a man who enjoys cooking healthy food regularly, I was pleased to take delivery of a couple of the non-stick frying pans, from JML Direct’s Copper Stone Pan range. The pans’ ultra-non-stick technology means there is no need to add oil or fat while cooking. I was sent pans in […]

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Places

The Winnipeg sign by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.

15 top things to do during a weekend break in Winnipeg, Manitoba

Winnipeg is the provincial capital of Manitoba in central Canada. The city is home to around 710,000 people and a lively place to spend a weekend or a few days at the beginning or end of a Canadian vacation. Here’s a look at some of the top things to do […]

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Places

A lighthouse during a foggu night in Saint John, New Brunswick.

Ten tremendous reasons to tour New Brunswick, Canada

New Brunswick offers much for travellers to view and experience during a road trip in the Canadian province. Here are 10 tremendous reasons to tour New Brunswick: Dine on delicious seafood Atlantic Canada is renowned for its outstanding seafood. Freshly landed lobster and fish is served at restaurants in coastal […]

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Family Days Out

The Morgenster sails past Roker Pier to enter Sunderland harbour during the 2018 Tall Ships Race.

Family Days Out: The Tall Ships Race in Sunderland

From 10 to 14 July 2018 more than 50 sailing vessels docked at the Port of Sunderland, in northeast England, ahead of the first leg of the Tall Ships Race. Thousands of people visited the port and East End of Sunderland to see the ships and enjoy the free entertainment […]

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Experiences

The alley near the Clinique Stérin in St Omer which Gilbert Petit helped Bader escape along.

A guided tour on the Douglas Bader Trail in St Omer, France

Douglas Bader was a Royal Air Force fighter pilot during World War Two. While flying a Spitfire over France on 9 August 1941 he was forced to bale out of the aircraft and was taken prisoner by the occupying Nazi Germans. On Saturdays from 7 July until 1 September 2018 […]

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Travel Writing

Half-timbered building in Troyes, France,

Inside Travel Writing: Victoria Trott

Victoria Trott is an award-winning travel writer from Swansea who specialises in France. Here she talks about her life as a travel writer: What kind of travel related niche do you specialise in and what drew you to it? My specialist country is France. I studied French and Spanish at […]

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Travel Writing

Simon Parker

Inside Travel Writing: Simon Parker

Simon Parker is a travel writer with a love of adventure. In 2018 he will appear on television in the five-part series, Earth Cycle. He took a break from his busy schedule to answer MannedUp’s questions about life inside the travel writing industry. What kind of travel related niche do […]

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Places

Sun rising at the Stonehenge stone circle in Wiltshire, England.

Stonehenge, Avebury and Salisbury: a journey back through time in Wiltshire

Visiting Stonehenge, Avebury and Salisbury, in Wiltshire, is like taking a journey back through time, suggests Tim Locke in this travel feature. WREN: if you know where to look, you’ll see these surprising letters carved into the most celebrated prehistoric monument in Britain. Stonehenge has been attracting visitors for centuries, and […]

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